‘What is the nature of infinity?’ I asked. ‘Infinity is that of which no greater can be conceived,’ he replied. ‘Like numbers which go on forever,’ I said. ‘No,’ he said, ‘For infinity is no number, it is the property of numbers, the circulating motion they make as they climb inexorably towards the heavens. They … More Story – The Parable of Infinity
Here’s a guide to whodunit for all the original NBC Columbo episodes (1968-1978). Contains spoilers. Pilots Prescription: Murder (1968) Killer – Dr Ray Flemming (Gene Barry), psychiatrist Victim – Carol Flemming (Nina Foch), his wife Method – Strangulation Motive – Divorce by murder Ransom For a Dead Man (1971) Killer – Leslie Williams (Lee Grant), … More Guide to Columbo Episodes
There are acquaintances, there are mates and there are friends. Everyone begins as an acquaintance. Occasionally, an acquaintance will become a mate. Very rarely, a mate will become a friend. But an acquaintance will never become a friend. That’s how it works. Do you not consider us your friends? That depends. Can I count on … More Poem – Friends?
You can read between the lines if you like except there are no lines to speak of. Joy of blogging. What’s it got to do with me? Nothing. Not a thing. Absolutely nothing at all.
Am I really So different to Other people? Massive Attack Were right Inertia creeps I understand information Some of the time And people, virtually never Fifth wheel, Man in space station, Isolated forever Gibbering noises Sounds homogenous All is noise Banality Is the source And sauce of all talk … More More Haikus
Throaty need to sob, And I’m not even That unhappy
Is your shirt tucked in? That is all that matters In this world Happiness is an illusion, Nothing lasts And therefore be happy There are good people Even though some often Hide underground There are those Who blow hard And proliferate People will Confuse you if not Abuse you Place … More Poem – Lots of Haikus