Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Plotting NoKo

Okay, it isn't that I have anything against people who speak Asian languages as a first language. In fact, I'm rather jealous because the writing is much cooler. And I don't mind people who are non-native English speakers reading my blog. That's sort of an honor. But "necessity is the mother of invention?" What, exactly, does that have to do with anything? No one could accuse me of inventing. Ranting, yes. Inventing, no.
That isn't even the worst. The worst is when my dear sister takes the time to Babelfish the only-in-Korean, only to have it be some random pseudo-Confusious statement, such as "one swallow does not make a summer". Beautiful sentiment, but as a comment on marijuana in California? It should have been "one toke does not make a hippie" or "one hit does not make a Clinton". Appropriate comments, here, people!
Here's what I think is going on. I got this idea by channeling my inner Rush. (Limbaugh, not New World Man). I think this is a plot by North Korea. They create connections to the US by leaving comments on blogs. Then, when they've got several thousand virtual fibers going from NoKo to US, they'll launch their attack. Using those invisible chains, they'll take control of our computers, destroy our banks, control the Pentagon and prevent us from accessing the outside world from our homes. Worse than that, they'll use our avatars against us in World of Warcraft and that would really suck. These seemingly inane comments will prove our utter isolation and eventual destruction.
Until that happens, remember, "Maturity is the ability to adapt to life in the fuzzy."

3 comments:

buttercup said...

To lead an uninstructed people to war is to throw them away-Confucious
(soon all your readers will leave random unrealted pearls of wisdom and that will be the sign of true world domination--it is the beginning of the end)

黃子軒 said...

愛情不是慈善事業,不能隨便施捨。............................................................

BlueSkiesBreaking said...

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