Jul 18th 2002, 21:33 GMT

Something in LinaliHigami‘s blog entry [Link] reminded me of a game an old roomate of mine and I would play whenever we drove anywhere.

Basically it was a running joke/conversation about how the passenger was just a figment of the driver’s imagination. And how anyone in the back seat was a figment of the figment of the driver’s imagination imagination… (confused yet? good that was the whole point.) It would switch off depending on who was driving.

We’d get into some really bizarre conversations that way. It didn’t help that most of these were at 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning on the way home from some place. I guess we used it mainly as a way to keep each other awake, so the driver wouldn’t fall asleep at the wheel and drive into a ditch, or off a bridge, or something.


Jul 18th 2002, 17:07 GMT

I tend to listen to CNET Radio in the mornings on my way to work. They also stream thier broadcast online, (www.cnetradio.com) which means I can listen to them in the office – since radio reception is not too good.

Anyway, thier about to do a segment on weblogs, I’m going to be calling in to talk about G-Blog.net

(I added this to the Art section to make sure it was near the top of the main page. In case the CNET folks take a peek while on the air.)

Update: I’m pulling this out of the Art section since Gossip has added something about it to the Announcements


Edited on Jul 18th 2002, 20:56 by Hooloovoo