Tuesday, May 4, 2010

tag: yet another of niobe's deep, deep thoughts

No matter how many cooks you have, it's pretty hard to spoil broth.

Generate your very own profound insight with (what else?) one of these profound insight generators.

Share your newly-acquired wisdom in the comments, if you're so inclined.

eta: Clicking on either "one of these" or "generators" will bring you to one of two (similar, but subtly different) random insight generators. If you don't like the insight you get from one, try the other.

20 comments:

areyoukiddingme said...

"The broad outgrowth of family values will nullify all of our human condition."

Funny. I thought the opposite of that was true. Guess it depends on whose family values.

Kymberli said...

The first time I clicked, I got this one: The unparalleled downsizing of interpersonal communication via mediated channels will forever dissipate the reconciliation of our computer literacy.

Hmmkay.

I clicked again and got this one: The chilling decline of family values will enslave our higher education.

That one might be true, from what I've seen of my 8th graders.

I think this one must surely be describing the dangers of Facebook:
The haphazard prospects of the Internet will put an end to today's self-esteem.

niobe said...

@areyoukiddingme: If something is true, generally, its opposite is equally true. Or so I've found. ; )

Magpie said...

"The thrilling outgrowth of human literacy will dehumanize worldwide future values."

Thrilling doesn't seem quite the right adjective...

Betty M said...

The insidious lunacy of technological change will be all of our human psyche.


Huh?

Calliope said...

oh sweet lawd was that FUN!!!

"The awesome madness of the Internet will undermine our grandchildren's family values."

Amen

areyoukiddingme said...

Well, at least now I know where the morons I work with come up with their ideas...

Can someone start up a sarcasm generator? I would like that much better!

EmmaL said...

"The stupefying declivity of the Internet will intensify all hope for human condition."

Virginia said...

"The ubiquitous expansion of media junk food will deteriorate tomorrow's human condition."

Um, yeah.

Jamie said...

"The insidious hastening of interpersonal communications will punctuate our future political climate."

This is actually my fourth random profound insight because I didn't know what the first three meant.

Okay, so I don't know what this one means either.

I like the idea of a sarcasm generator! Now THAT is something I could use.

Heather said...

I'm going to out myself here... I'm not really much of a deep thinker. I don't believe I have the patience for it. That said, all of the profound insights seem rather similar to me.

I definitely could get into the sarcasm generator. Good times!

niobe said...

@Heather:"That said, all of the profound insights seem rather similar to me."

Yet another profound insight!

CottonSocks said...

"The chilling vapidity of postmodern life will put an end to all of our neighborly values."

CottonSocks said...

And from the other:
"The exciting vapidity of interpersonal communications will equalize all hope for egalitarianism."

Is vapidity exciting? Hmmmm.

leanne said...

"The profound opportunity of postmodern life will evaporate worldwide higher education."

myskytimes said...

Hell I didn't even understand half of the quotes, but my excuse this morning was being a non-native english speaker and hungover at the same time!

How can you have deep thoughts like that? Deep thinking isn't much fun when you have to google 10times before "getting it". Yet it occupied my tired brain... thanks for that. :)

Ruby said...

"The broad degeneration of rampant and recurring paradigm shifts will facilitate all hope for political recovery climate."

after iris said...

"The inevitable derangement of current epistemologies will uglify our future World Wide Web"

Well. Yes. Quite.

Emily said...

The (adjective) (noun) of (noun and/or more nouns) will (cause this action for this set of people.)

Randomly generated in my own head.

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