Monday, January 25, 2010

Things to Ponder--Soylent Green

Hello friends! So with the new schedule, I'll be introducing several series' of posts. The first:
Things To Ponder. Most Mondays (not all Mondays, I can't guarantee a stupid question every week :P), to start the week off, there'll be a rather daft question I'm going to ask myself. Asking stupid questions is normal for me, so I'll be doing these the most regularly ;)

The question Spammy will ask himself over and over throughout the week of 1-25/31-10 is...
Did the person who thought up the saying 'You are what you eat' know about Soylent Green?
No, seriously, it's kind of creepy thinking they meant that literally, right? I think it's some sort of conspiracy. I mean, what if Richard Fleischer and Harry Harrison went back in time to...uh...whenever that saying was made, and told people to start saying that? It's scary! What if they went forward in time and told everyone 'You are what you eat' and the people started eating each other? The future doesn't look so good.
Hmmm...well, the year 2022 is coming pretty soon, so I guess we'll just have to wait and see...but if you see Richard Fleischer and Harry Harrison, don't hesitate to shoot them.


  1. Hmm, if that saying is true, I'm 50% chocolate!

    According to the almighty google, the saying came from 1826 (Yes, I'm that easily distractable that I wandered off and looked it up.). So I'm going to cross my fingers and hope for a cannibal free future.

  2. 1826! Wow. S'been around for a long time. Lets just hope it'll be around for a lot longer without ever actually being correct :O

  3. I must be almost entirely composed of Doritos, Oreos, and Kit Kat bars...

    I look forward to more Things to Ponder!

  4. Hmmmmmmmm....
    *is pondering*
    Great post, li'l bro.

  5. @Zella--:D ;) I'd be the same way if I could get my hands on any of those ;-(

    @Scott--Yes, ponder while you can, for you will soon be entirely composed of ground up old people.


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