Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Inspirational goo

I thought I had reported on this last year but I guess I was either busy or thought it wasn't important enough to mention. Seems a strange orange goo was floating in the waters of northern Alaska last fall and nobody knew what it was. I let you make your own jokes here about what it was. However, after much analysis the mystery has been solved. Turns out it wasn't toxic as everyone thought and wasn't something normally found in the ocean. Well not usually anyway. There was a fungus among us normally found in trees called "rust". Now if you every have trouble sleeping I have just the pill for you. Go to your favorite search engine and look up molds and fungus. On most university web sites specializing in that sort of thing you will find rather large data bases of the species, familia, kingdom, phyla, and sub cultures and under the sub cultures are more sub cultures and under them are yet more and on and on and on infinitum. Okay it isn't exactly in those terms so sue me I'm no scientist. You could spend days and go blind if you were looking for a specific variety. So when in doubt it's sound advice not to get any on ya and wash your hands frequently because ya never know where the stuff has been.

I will be doing my post-mortem on the Super Douper Primary elections at a later time and I think you might be surprised at the results or not. Until then "don't touch that or put it in your mouth you don't know where it's been!" Hope you found this inspirational because it was the only inspiring thing I could find that wasn't beaten to death with the channel changer plus just too lazy to blog today.

Oops forgot the link Goo baby Goo


BBC said...

It was always my stance to have the village idiot eat something first to test it. In my case that was my brother.

The Blog Fodder said...

The picture is of good red caviar.

Randal Graves said...

Dammit, I was really hoping it was extraterrestrial or at least a lab experiment of the hollow earth lizard men gone horribly wrong.

Demeur said...

Let me guess Billy your brothers' name was Mikey.

Fodder darn ya caught me but it looked so good as an example.

Hollow lizard men? Didn't I see them on Dr. Who?

S.W. Anderson said...

Be especially careful to avoid toenail fungus. It's really, really hard to get rid of. ;)

BBC said...

My brothers name was Arther, but through childhood we all called him John for some reason.

As an adult he was known as Art. Art the fart.