Tuesday, January 25, 2005

The worst is over

So it turns out that yesterday, my birthday, was not a good day.
British scientists calculated it to be the most depressing day of the year.

The BBC had this to say:


Misery is expected to peak on Monday,
as 24 January has been pinpointed as
the worst day of the year.

Foul weather, debt, fading Christmas memories,
failed resolutions and a lack of motivation conspire
to depress, Cliff Arnalls found.

5 comments:

IntelliGirl Design said...

i bet they got a grant to study that. there is hope for us finding work after all.

Anonymous said...

Love the title...Que vaya bien.

Tyler said...

I came across a related article stating that studies show the origional calculation for 'worst day of the year' which included data describing the 'worst moment of the year' was in fact off by approx. 30 pico-seconds, placing the 'worst moment of the year' at exactly 2005-01-24 19:28:48.513 GMT...
Attribute this miscalc to the recent tsunami + a metric conversion + fudge factor.

Anonymous said...

Who says yesterday, your birthday, was not a good day? Since when do you let British scientists or even the abstract relationships of the spheres define your good or your bad? Was it a good day? The people wants to know.

Anonymous said...

man, this is the slowest blog in the world. Where are the gunfights between hangliders over the surface of the sun? Huh? Come on!