Published: November 12, 2012
Dostupno i na hrvatskom
The most totally remarkable book in the whole of the known Universe can tell you everything you need to know about anything. But to find the Truth, the Whole Truth and Nothing but the Truth, as told by Prak, you have to read between the lines.
An excerpt from Life, the Universe and Everything (chapter 4) by Douglas Adams:
"This isn't my towel," said Arthur, who was rummaging in his rabbit-skin bag.
"Shhh," said Ford. He screwed his eyes up in concentration.
"I had a Golgafrinchan jogging towel," continued Arthur, "it was blue with yellow stars on it. This isn't it."
"Shhh," said Ford again. He covered one eye and looked with the other.
"This one's pink," said Arthur, "it isn't yours is it?"
"I would like you to shut up about your towel," said Ford.
"It isn't my towel," insisted Arthur, "that is the point I am trying to..."
"And the time at which I would like you to shut up about it," continued Ford in a low growl, "is now."
"All right," said Arthur, starting to stuff it back into the primitively stitched rabbit-skin bag. "I realize that it is probably not important in the cosmic scale of things, it's just odd, that's all. A pink towel suddenly, instead of a blue one with yellow stars."
Curious coincidence? Think again! Ever heard of the straight banana
legislation? Doesn't it look suspiciously like Golgafrinchan
reasoning? And it is just the tip of the iceberg. Unfortunately.
Welcome home Golgafrinchans!