Friday, January 23, 2009

The Contracting World Atmosphere

More from the Network Cornwall mailing list. I'm at a loss to understand what's being recommended here, unless it's some sort of belly button fluff alchemy:

"Releasing, revealing and restorative - just had the first of a few sessions with M****** D***** at Marazion (magic mix of therapies). Priceless and expansive! I was very tempted not to indulge in this, given the apparently contracting world atmosphere. But the dross that turned into gold by putting myself and body on the receiving end means it's already paid for itself."

In other news, my stats tell me that someone who works for DaimlerChrysler has been researching machine guns on the internet. I wonder if they're planning bloody revenge for this.

9 comments:

Tim Footman said...

I think Marazion consists of getting reiki in a flotation tank while angels stick crystals up your bottom and Ben Goldacre is tortured to death next door for being cool and funny and right.

patroclus said...

If that's the case, I dread to think what Perranuthnoe might entail.

Dave said...

I thought global warming was going to mean that our atmosphere would expand, enabling me to fly to the moon in a glider (no carbon footprint me - I use the solar winds).

The shock news that our atmosphere is contracting has rather upset me.

janey33 said...

"magic mix of therapies" Isn't that where you have a bit of a lie-down while a girl in a white coat flings mud and seaweed over you and tells you it's good for your chi? Or something like that? And expansive too, is it supposed to make you look fatter? It's all a bit New Age for me, the nearest I get to "releasing, revealing and restorative" is bunging a bit of Radox in the bath.

Dave said...

Actually, not a glider. I want to fly to the moon on a steam-driven hot-air balloon.

Jayne said...

I wish I was on the Network Cornwall mailing list. It would make my life complete.

I was going to make some pithy comment about what it might have been but I think Tim's can't be beaten...

Lisa Later said...

i'm currently writing a document that reports claims made by an unnamed organisation that increased networking will haul all of our asses out of this recession

as yet i remained unconvinced, more so since reading your recent posts

hmmm

Boz said...

I thought the air had been getting smaller. I just assumed i had my scarf on too tight.

Dave said...

Please ignore my comments. I shall write an illustrated post about this at my place next Monday (I'm just leaving for a week).