While procrastinating on my taxes, I stumbled across this (courtesy of Bitch Ph.D.). If you haven’t yet seen it, you simply must take a look and wade through the comments. A blog must-read. Could be a classic.
I suppose I should say something like:
Best. Post. Ever.
And gosh….. you started early on your taxes….. Aren’t they due until Monday?
Clifford, I didn’t say that I had actually started….
This “Blogging Masterpiece” exemplifies pure randomness emerging from pure nothingness. Rephrased more succinctly, this “Blogging Masterpiece” reveals the absolute weirdness of the quantum universe. Rephrased yet again, this “Blogging Masterpiece” displays the micro-world of quantumness infiltrating into the macro-world of classicality.
Looks like a diminishing-returns principle was at work there. The self-referential post and comments were gems; the comments that only abstracted familiar responses offer a typology of blog comments, but they wore me out long before I reached the end (805 and counting when I visited).
Clifford, I didn’t say that I had actually started evidence for which is that she was reading the linked blog, offering a useful alternative tax preparation strategy.
This is off-topic, but given the topic I don’t suppose that is so bad:
Amazon Mechanical Turk
That Amazon.com would even attempt this is fascinating. I’ll be very interested to see what (if anything) develops out of it.
an “i have nothing to add” comment
An excellent example of creative accounting!
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