Book title: So Long Abyssinia
Book title: Lives of the Great Bloggers
In some far distant time, perhaps, when people want to learn about the hardships and tribulations of the past, they may wish to dip into a book about the great forgotten pioneers of our time.
I am not sure that Lives of the Great Tweeps passes the suspension of disbelief test, however.
Book title: The Left-Hand Screw of Gender Dysphoria
They seem to be looking at me somewhat innervingly.
Title for a popular science book: Curved Space for the Straight Layperson
It would be best if it could be written by a gay authority on General Relativity, I think.
Will it be the same in the future? Will the prized treasures of to-day always be the cheap trifles of the day before? Will rows of our willow-pattern dinner-plates be ranged above the chimneypieces of the great in the years 2000 and odd? Will the white cups with the gold rim and the beautiful gold flower inside (species unknown), that our Sarah Janes now break in sheer light-heartedness of spirit, be carefully mended, and stood upon a bracket, and dusted only by the lady of the house? – Jerome K. Jerome, Three Men in a Boat
Book name: Neptune’s Illegitimate Daughter
Friday music! of a rather peculiar sort!
Perhaps science and technology has progressed to the point that we can settle the controversy about Loch Ness by simply creating an aquatic beast of our own and introducing it to the famous locale. We’ll put whoever’s responsible for this varmint in charge:
I doubt that it can be much more disruptive to the ecology than the monster-hunting robots and other seekers already clogging up the loch looking for a (presumably rather annoyed) natural sea creature.
I think the teal lady-silhouette ought to be worried about getting soiled.