It’s not rocket science – oh, wait…

She wasn't.  Thank fuck.  Still, it would actually have been a *whole* lot better if they’d got rid of that smarmy damned emcee

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26 thoughts on “It’s not rocket science – oh, wait…

  1. Stephen Hawking on tour? Are there backstage groupies? Does he point out hot chicks in the audience for backstage passes? Anyone choking on their own plasma after the show?

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  2. daisy: If there were any groupies, they were hidden behind the big, burly bodyguards. And the smarmy host.

    stef: And on a one-horse open sleigh.

    nursemyra: You’re lucky. I have a piece of two-by-four wedged in mine (courtesy of the big, burly bodyguards).

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  3. It would be okay for Whitney to sing only if Stephen ‘danced’ along with the music on his wheelchair – – wheelies, spins…ooo, the excitement then!

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  4. Maybe Whitney was making out with one of the bodyguards backstage? Double bonus for her; you can get damn good Swazi in Cape Town these days, so I’m told.

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  5. gnukid: I think it’s safe to assume he would be headed in the opposite direction at best possible speed. He is a genius, after all.
    dolce: Dunno. It was rather wet outside – a veritable water world.
    anicker: I’d take him over the King of Smarm any day.
    miss M: So does my recliner. Not sure if that qualifies it to be emcee at a lecture evening, though.

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  6. hhmmm… i’m trying to imagine stephen hawking and whitney on the same stage.
    does she share his theories on quantum physics and the trousers of time… or is that mariah?

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  7. dolce: I don’t even know wher to begin with that.

    parenthesis: Jealousy is most unbecoming.

    revo: A case of “Houston, we have a problem”?

    angel: Please don’t go there.

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  8. mandy: So what’s the up side?

    peas: They were selling X-ray images, but they were a bit overpriced for me.

    miss M: Perhaps, but I’m betting she isn’t quite as comfortable to sit on.

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  9. Did Hawking discuss the experiment I suggested to him, where Whitney Houston is placed in a sealed box with a single subatomic particle. My hyposthesis is that Whitney would exist in a superposition of states, “decayed nucleus/dead Whitney” or “undecayed nucleus/living Whitney”. We would never open the box, because that would change the outcome by measuring it.

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  10. miss M: I concur. I’ll get my people to set something up.

    beaverboosh: Interesting. I could’ve sworn he said something about “a tall, dark stranger”, but I could be wrong.

    uncle keith: No, but I’m pretty sure it would have been strongly supported if he had.

    mandy: Of course! Handy for taking out trash like Bobby Brown CDs.

    dolce: It was nice knowing you.

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