Weird Science First/Personals
Agg/Gag/CAC is starting to become like a magazine insert in
and we are having some growing pains trying find room on our page for all the regular features and series as well as new entries. If anyone has any suggestions for a new 'layout' we'd love to hear from you. Meanwhile have a look below where we try to display all our latest wares for your convenient perusal.
has created the first of what could be an interesting series.
Readers are invited to create and submit their own entries under the general title "Stupid Things That .... Do". You fill in the blank with anyone or anything and then tell us what they/she/he/it does that's dumb or dumberer than Norm.
Submitted by U230968
with a promise to do a continuing series if he/she/it gets some positive response.
Submitted by U193541.
In a world gone mad, what must our pets be thinking.
offers a new installment in his Fantasy Series
FRAGMENTED - A Thanks for Discworld
an epic tale in many parts.
→ Part VI - The Prosprutarian Job ← NEW
In cae you haven't read the first five episodes:
Part I - Apocalypse Now
Part II - The Madness of King's Gorge
Part III - #In the Brownies'
Part IV - Blade Runner
Part V - Die Another Way
Darkwin's VOID FRUITCAKE series:
NEW →A1060156← NEW
And if you haven't read the story so far, please enjoy these first:
something from the menu at
Spook's wonderful Spaced Out Guide
Does the brain drain flow counterclockwise south of the equator?
And finally , for those who haven't yet absorbed all six episodes, here's a reminder about the webcast site for Douglas Adam's recently discovered scripts for Dr Who.
Click on the tardis and follow the links to nearly three hours of flash animation!
For copyright reasons this animated webcast will self-destruct before the year 2003 is out,
so if it's 2004 or beyond where you are now, we are for the broken link.
We'll be back with all our regular features and series next week in the h2g2POST.
Meanwhile, if you know any overlooked writers or want to point us to any lost and forlorn entries that deserve a wider audience, please, just drop us a note by posting at:
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Yes, of course
you can recommend your own compositions.
We'll let the
be the judge.
"42 may well be the answer, but we believe
there are still many questions to be asked."