it's curtains for me!
Monty Python has ruined flower arranging for me.
--Nick B Tue Jan 18 14:10:19 2005

I never saw it so I almost missed the reference...thank heavens for Google.
--Kirk Tue Jan 18 14:16:42 2005
Hi Kirk, Hey when you get an uno momento can you see if Nostre Dames (sp?) predicted that horrible Tsounami? Let us know on your site if you could. Thanks! 
--James Langham Tue Jan 18 16:45:12 2005
What, can't you google?

It says that the verse in question indicates it will be seven years after some very crucial this case, obviously, the death of the beloved Princess Di.

Hope this helps.
--Kirk Tue Jan 18 17:00:38 2005
Don't block the heat with your drapes. You don't want the heat on the wall side, you want it on your side.
--xoxoxo Bruce Tue Jan 18 19:30:29 2005
"Never say anything more predictive than 'Watch this!'"

This reminds me of an article about Scientific Predictions in the Journal of Irreproduceable Results (back when it was cool, not the lame thing it is now that the cool people left to form the Annals of Improbable Research). Specifically, it talked about how scientists who make predictions for the benefit of politicians and policy makers did okay as long as they did not make any comments about the certainty of their predictions. I don't recall exactly, but the examples collected did suggest that scientists who tried to describe how accurate their findings were got more negative attention and public criticism than those who simply made their predictions and didn't suggest either that they were right or were wrong.

Truly an irreproduceable result.
--LAN3 Tue Jan 18 21:40:41 2005
I've just found your blog, and I like it very much. Hurrah!
--Catherine Tue Jan 18 23:18:36 2005

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