Monday, October 3, 2011

Relevant to my interests.

In the ideal world, a journal with a name like Vox Sanguinis would ccupy its pages with Magritte paintings and fin-du-cycle symbolist / decadent poems entitled Fungi from Yuggoth or The Star-Treader or Negations. Instead there are enthralling forum reports on testing for rare blood antigens. World, be more funny!!

Any fule know that blood antigens are linked to personality types,* but do the editors do accept manuscripts on the subject? DO THEY BOGROLL.
* In the earlier Riddled report on the subject we touched on the Myers-Briggs personality typology as something even sillier than blood-group quackery. Then there is the Big-Five typology which is possibly sillier still. Blogging on the Big-Five model will ensue as soon as I think of an appropriate segue.

Not an appropriate segway. Nuns who spend most of their natural lives riding segways over the rocky roadsteads of the parish get their personalities mixed up with the personalities of their segways as a result of the interchanging of the mollycules of each of them, and you would be surprised at the number of nuns in country parts who are nearly half nun and half segway.

"What's a segway?" wondered Chapman.
"About 15 kilograms," Keats promptly replied.


Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

A voice in the night told me, "It takes two to matango."

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

A Japanese Yacht on a day trip comes across a nasty storm that nearly capsizes the group, its crew and passengers are the skipper Naoyuki, his shipmate assistant Senzô, Etsurô Yoshida a writer, Kenji a university professor, Masafumi Kasai a celebrity and owner of the yacht along with two female passengers Mami a professional singer and a student Akiko.

1963! Perhaps this was the spore that led to Gilligan's Island.

fish said...

I refused to take the Myers-Briggs at work for an exercise at our "retreat." Probably says more about my personality than the Myers-Brigss does...

Smut Clyde said...

Now we will never know whether fish is a Myers or a Briggs.

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Does Myers-Briggs make freezers?