Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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ye_river_xiv

This is the page where all my ideas are. You oogle them, I kick myself for not having googled them. I try to make spectacularly good ideas, but instead, I make spectacularly bad ones. Of course, spectacularly bad is still spectacular. Greatness comes in many forms, and to be honest, I get a certain pleasure out of seeing two and a half of either.

About the HB: -Half a bun is a good idea. Two and a half buns may require divine intervention. Same goes for two and a half fishbones. -I'm a half-bun kind of guy. I've mostly got good ideas that aren't quite worth getting all worked up about. -We are the autoboner. Anno up, or forever cause halfbakers to have low self esteem and bad ideas.

Contact: ye underscore river underscore xiv at yahoo dot comatose.

Don't take me too seriously. Jutta won't like you, and neither will I. Besides, if I wanted to be taken seriously, I do this for a living, right? Well, I'd try to do it for a living... Well, OK, so maybe I do want to be taken seriously, but I know better than to try doing it for a living. So if you get it, let's have a good laugh, and if you don't then do your best to ignore me. Also, if you're taking me seriously, I want to buy all of the inventions I suggest, I'm just too lazy to bother marketing. So if you're handy, and it sounds good, get your tools out!

And now I need to look into compressed gas.

Following: exciting quotes I am now stealing from other halfbakers and posting here:

I would say atheism is a positive belief in the sense that it's a belief that there is no God, not lack of belief in God. So it's not a disbelief or an assumption but a specific opinion. I know that's an unpopular belief in certain atheist circles, but many people simply have no strong views on the existence or otherwise of a deity.

I also think that the claim that everyone is born an atheist seems to assume that neonates have opinions rather than being brainstem-dominated animals without active cerebral cortices. So in what sense are they atheist? Or, excitingly, are opinions outside the mind? Go on, get me started on that again. — nineteenthly, May 10 2011

[Jun 14 2006, last modified May 12 2011]

   
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