If you want in on the Discordian Society
then declare yourself what you wish
do what you like
and tell us about it
if you prefer
There are no rules anywhere.
The Goddess Prevails.
- Ivy: It's been a long time, Harvey. You're still looking halfway decent.
- Harvey: Half of me want to strangle you.
- Ivy: And what does the other half want?
- Harvey: To hit you with a truck.
- Ivy: We used to date.
- Cobbelpot & Mr J: Aaah!
And so, in keeping with with conventional wisdom you’ve chosen to secretly drug your girlfriend.
Alfred Pennyworth <3
This is from Batman and the Monster Men, a modernisation of old Batman stuff that was published in 2005-2006, and is supposed to chronologically sit between Batman Year One and The Man Who Laughs. I’ve been reading a bunch of old DC (tbh, mostly Batman) stuff lately, stuff I missed the first time, or stuff I felt the need to return to. I’ll grab a page here and there and post it.
- Brian: pegging is when a girl puts on a strap-on and fucks a guy.
- Erin: that's not just called "business as usual"?
That Doctor Who episode Neil Gaiman wrote, and where he included a reference to Douglas Adams. From Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency (also a BBC TV-series now, called Dirk Gently):
… A few turnings later and I was thoroughly lost. There is a school of thought which says that you should consult a map on these occasions, but to such people I merely say, ‘Ha! What if you have no map to consult? What if you have a map but it’s of the Dordogne?’ My own strategy is to find a car, or the nearest equivalent, which looks as if it knows where it is going and follow it. I rarely end up where I was intending to go, but often I end up somewhere that I needed to be. So what do you say to that?
Warren Ellis: http://www.vice.com/read/warren-ellis-good-morning-sinners-the-death-of-fun-in-politics?utm_source=vicetumblrus
Read it all before you get all pissed of cause he talks badly of your favourite candidate.
- Chris Stain
Management is a support function. They are there to make sure that the rest are able to do their jobs, get paid and are happy. The happier the employees are, the less you need management. I wouldn’t be surprised if the opposite is true as well; the more management you have, the more unhappy staff you have.