Thursday, December 14, 2006

Amazing

Isn't technology amazing! I'm about to watch High Fidelity on my lap top computer. What a great film, based on a pretty good novel.

On the train back from NYC last night we pondered on the teleportation question. What is taking them so long to bring us teleportation technology? It must be a conspiracy to safeguard the current transport infrastructure, with its economic powers and vested interests. Teleportation would kill all that off in one sweep, and it would save the planet from ecological disaster.

Who are they, anyway? All I know is that they are not us, and I'm not one of them.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ah but they are amongst us... living 'normal' lives... how do I know this? Well I'm not one of them... but I know someone who is -and they are us!!!

Perhaps this is this why I can no longer post comments on your blog unless I remain anonymous...are you part of the conspiracy afterall?

simon spencer said...

Shed, why don't you get in touch with Woody Allen. I'm sure that he could recommend a good therapist!

Anonymous said...

Hah, so you are 'one of them'...knew it! So am destined to be an anonymous commentator for ever...and the church will look nice on Christmas Day...

Noah said...

your blog is a blog of vile lies. you watched high fidelity in my room, not on this so-called "lap top computer."

David Shedden said...

Noah, I think you must be one of them. It's not too late to save yourself...

Anonymous said...

Raqia says: One thing's for certain Dave-this teleportation malarky (the disembodied transport of persons)is definitely NOT to be confused with the bodily resurrection-lol-but may be more akin to the so-called 'rapture'

Jenny said...

Willy Wonka got it somewhat close with Wonka Vision, but I have not seen it for sale commercially...

Melinda said...

Well I think that since "they" haven't made anything public, we should figure out teleportation ourselves!