The World's Homepage, submitted by Choolooloo. There is being and there is nothing and a good deal of philosophy is devoted to pondering the difference, if any exists, between the two. To this meditation of void add the world's homepage. It is blank and meaningless, but is it truly without meaning? Or is its lack of meaning a meaning unto itself, inviting us, prompting us, to fill that void with meaning?
If a link is clicked when no one is around is start.wav really played? What proof do we have that our existence, the sum total of our experiences, is not just some embed written in VRML? Do we think, or are we made to think that we think?
About:blank. Cool, crisp, hollow like a favorite boot. Dig deep. Fill it up, man, and feel the future. Or bookmark Google News, whatevah.
"Oh, look, it's me from the future! And there's another me, made of anti-matter! All three of us are reaching out towards the exact same point in space, our fingertips on a collision course."
Levi Johnston finally comes clean about his involvement in the Weinstein scandal and details a disgusting incident that required a green screen.
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