Thursday, January 20, 2005


OK. Maybe I don't get out much, but I had never heard of a cubed day or Gene Ray, the man behind the concept. And now that I have ... well ... quite frankly, it is making my head hurt. Gene Ray, with globe-inside-a-cube paperweight in hand, is on a one man quest to change the way we think and speak about time. Ray calls himself a cubist and is the self-proclaimed smartest man ever:
"I am a cubic thinker, and far wiser than any God, any scientist, and any educator that preaches the evil singularity of a single first corner."
Whew! He is certainly confident. You could surf on over to his website and learn all about his theories, but the layout alone might give you a migraine. Far better to sample Ray's genius in small doses ... like in this video interview. Believe it or not, this guy is not alone. These folks Time Cube Central have set up some kind of church or something based on Ray's ideas. Well, at least they have some really cool swag. So remember these little nuggets: Truth is Cubic ... and Stupid equals Evil. Riiiiiiight.

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