Monday, May 4, 2020
Needles in haystacks
I wasn't feeling terribly inspired about any blog post today. So I thought I'd go out on the Internet and see if there was anything I could plagiarize. So I searched for a long time and was overwhelmed. There was a lot, but nothing was quite right.
Until finally I came across this:
The Internet is a place where all human knowledge and all human ignorance are gathered together unsorted in one convenient location.
I decided that'll do.
And how can there be any trouble if you could never, in all that vastness, find its source?
Posted by Feldenstein Calypso at 6:30 AM
Labels: internet, Internetland, quotable, rok, short
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