How are your gums, chum? A shock news from the University of North Carolina in collaboration with some big pharma mouth health division has revealed that nearly a third of the human genome is involved with gingivitis! What's that about? Are they trying to evolve us into a hominid species with sore gums? Why? Could it be that they think that if we're all about 'ow, my gums' we won't be able to concentrate on wars and destroying the planet and stuff? That's a bit random - couldn't a few of them do that and the rest of them do something better with their time? Or isn't their some other way of distracting us? Like an itchy nose? The whole distraction gambit is a foolish one anyway - surely people are just as likely to be distracted from ending wars and saving the planet.
It also says that gingivitis 'may' affect more than half of the U.S. adult population. How meaningful that is I don't know, with their dang 'may', but those genes are really hung up on this. That's more than 9,000 of them - nearly thirty percent, it says - not quite sure to what extent it's nearly a third then - in fact, there are 40,590 genes in a human, so that's about 22% - is two thirds of a third nearly a third? I hope the rest of the genes can talk some sense into them. Not literally of course, that would be crazy. They can express chemicals at them or something. That's what they do, isn't it?
What I really don't understand is how it's all connected with the new email address I picked up tonight. When I say new, it doesn't replace any of my old ones, I don't really have any use for it, I don't need to keep it secret or anything, like my proper ones. Nonetheless, I am very pleased that I am now in posession of the email address keir at hellokitty.com. I can't think of anything to do with it - except perhaps it would be good to use it to indicate that I'm going mad or something. But it wouldn't work, I'm not disciplined enough, and I'd end up having terrible arguments with people after using it in a context which I thought was funny.
And that would leave a bad taste in the mouth.
that's all from me for now
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