It’s always good to be an expert on something, even if that something is, well, nothing. Back in the day, during the Chad Crisis of the 2000 elections, Philosophy Professor Achille Varzi was apparently the go-to guy for insight into holes and what they’re all about. Brendan Ballou found a CNN transcript in which he gives his opinion about chads. Excerpt:
: These are the parts that have been removed from the doughnut before it became a doughnut. Now, of course, this is not the hole. The hole is what’s not there anymore.
: But doughnuts pale compare to ballots.
And that’s the least of it.
@"the hole story?" Was he inspecting a piece of cheese while speaking? the inteview reads like moos just found him pondering holes somewhere. how amusing. as usual. good find bwog.
@rss When you published this article, the previous 9 articles in your RSS feed were also mysteriously republished. This seems to happen every day or two. Get it fixed!
@Erm Probably you need to fix your RSS reader.
@Erm My Firefox has said “Live bookmark feed failed to load” for the last 2-3 days. But all my other feeds load. Bwog RSS is weak.
@Benjamin Disraeli It works for me.
Although in fairness, you sound like a bit of a moron.
@Never Forget You should tag the Crackergate articles with Holes as well, as that featured prominently in the cryptic message on those hate care packages.
@Yay holes! Now you guys can write a piece about the book by Louis Sachar and tag it with Holes, too!!!
@stanley yelnats Holes is the best children’s book ever, next to, perhaps, Walk Two Moons
@agreed I loved Holes.