This has nothing to do with the conference, honest, but I can’t help but wonder if there might not a link between Boing Boing, Corpses are rotting more slowly than they used to and the presence of formaldehyde in diet drinks.
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I stopped reading boing boing after that ugly ‘unpublishing’ scandal. Not that I was a daily reader before that or anything.
I just found that incident to be quite pitiful and inconsistent with my values. Whatever the woman’s name was, she decided to act in a particularly nasty way out of spite.
Surely the reason that corpses take longer to decompose is simply that mortuaries are now air conditioned as a matter of course.
Hmmmm, I ‘m doubting it. But if so I will take 400 years to Rot as diet soda is all I drink. hmmmm….