Jul 30, 2008

IMAGINE HERE: THE INTERNET

SEATTLE – So a teacher walks into a blog class. And the Internet is down.

She resorts to charades and white-board pictionary.

As with Bill Bailey's meta-joke, much hilarity ensues.

9 comments:

  1. Saving Grace12:05 PM

    You're such a ham. Bet you did fine!

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  2. Put Heath's Joker to shame, I'm sure...

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  3. I like the idea of a low-tech blog - i.e. writing on a wall for people to read.

    Sounds like a feature for the Guardian.

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  4. Louche, can you imagine us all trekking down from Blighty to scribble little wisecrackers onto Amanda's Seattle concrete slab?

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  5. Louche: maybe you could make mention of Rome's talking statues, which wised off to the aristocracy via anonymous missives (and still do)?

    Saschabell: my slab is your slab. Visit any time. We can beat on the monolith like monkeys until it reboots!

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  6. Sascha - Any excuse for a trek, especially when I'm at a loose end...

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  7. Amanda - So it's a Roman style blog eh? I like it!

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  8. They have blogs on the internet now??

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  9. Louche: if it were a Roman-style blog, we'd paste missives on a marble statue in some alley.

    Also, the vomitorium...

    DB: What will that wacky interspaz inventor Al Gore think of next?

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