mon 11 feb 2008 11:52:33 witte de withstraat
fungus net rules world
an article in magazine "the sun" (lent to me on leaving boston by my beloved) describes how the whole world is ruled by huge underground networks of fungus, or mycelia something. after each mass extinction, surviving small organisms form new partnerships with fungi, which enables life to go on. and which, if true, means instead of panicking about the current mass extinction, we should merely prepare to be nostalgic.
"yeah man, monkeys were awesome."
"remember those monkeys that used to walk around on two feet and build cathedrals and cruise missiles and get fixated with the antics of paris hilton?"
"yeah man, those monkeys rocked."
ok i am now officially out of coffee. this means i need to do something i've successfully weaseled out of doing since mid january: go to the albert heijn.
we also need trash bags, persil, a sponge, and some bread. i dunno what else.