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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

The Brains Behind Strategic Organization

ANNOUNCING: The pedagogical archetype for the organization of the advanced schools of a new transformatively-changed university as unveiled by a hand-select committee. . . 



Strategic, market-smart, structurally streamlined and suited for interdisciplinary research and collaboration. . .  



Sustainability of new sources of infinitely renewable energy and earth and space exploration. . . 



Hard-boiled integral intellectual depth and breadth . . . 



The search for ideally-qualified new deans, directors, administrators and super-deans begins. . .



Capable of eternal recalibration. But in the end, as in the beginning, merely a hyperbolized potato. . . 



5 comments:

zoroxyz10 said...

Bloggie, where do you come up with all this hilarious retro stuff??

And the likenesses are SO realistic...

Anonymous said...

If there's one thing Bloggie is above all else, it's retro.

Anonymous said...

I for one welcome our new potato-headed overlords!

Yr humbl & obt

John Dickinson.

Anonymous said...

What about the stink when those potatoes start to rot?

zoroxyz10 said...

And the answer is... they're from outer space!

A European spacecraft zoomed past a mysterious asteroid Saturday to take the first-ever close look at the space rock while flying more than 282 million miles from Earth.

The European Space Agency's (ESA) Rosetta space probe flew past the asteroid Lutetia, an object discovered in 1852 that appeared only as a bright speck in the sky to astronomers until today.

The first new photos of the asteroid revealed Lutetia to be a lumpy rock with a POTATO-LIKE appearance. Rosetta was about 1,900 miles (3,100 km) from the asteroid at its closest approach.

That explains everything.