Yeah, Slayer will never let me live that down.
This video makes me think of a problem I've got. A serious problem. See, I occasionally do freelance work that does not involve zombies, ninjas, or Richard Simmons (oh my!). Don't believe me? I helped discover a new disease. Go me! I even understand what the article says, which is good because I helped write it.
Anyway. I've noticed a disturbing trend in my technical writing lately. It looks something like this:
Histopathological and immunohistochemical analyses revealed that the brain (BRAAAAINS!) samples all carry a distinct lesion profile, that's like totally different from that previously described in the literature. OMG. If you squint at the slides just right, they totally look like Zom Cruise (See Figure 1).
Although really? Now that I think about it, all scientific journals should publish in that style of writing. People might actually read them.
Speaking of reading, want to read some of my fiction? My story Nosferatu and the Nancy Boys is now available at Flashes in the Dark. And yes, it has sparkly vampires in it. (Obligatory warning: story is rated PG-13 for violence. It's sparkly violence, but it's still violence.)
Sparkle sparkle sparkle.