February 04, 2004

Welcome to the New Circling the Square

We're back.

Yes, after years of stagnation, neglect, and inactivity, Circling the Square is back.

Good news for you. Bad news for enemies of The Truth.

Before we get started, an important note for experienced CtS readers: The content from the "old site" is not gone - it's just on hiatus. Very soon, we will make all those classic articles - those golden nuggets of undeniable Truth - available to the public. For "those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it". Of course, those who can learn from history are also doomed, but at least they will see it coming. That's got to count for something.

If you are new to Circling the Square, welcome! Please check out the "About Us" sidebar to learn more about our site.

So, prepare yourselves, Truth-seekers. Strap on those tin foil hats and equip yourself with all necessary forms of vampiric protection - you'll be glad you did.

And remember: The Truth may not be pretty, but at least it's never boring.

Posted by scola at February 4, 2004 01:48 AM
Comments

"Of course, those who can learn from history are also doomed, but at least they will see it coming."

I've heard something like this before, but I don't remember where... Was it a delicious golden CtS nugget, or did y'all steal it from somewhere else?

Posted by: irilyth at February 5, 2004 09:52 PM

As far as I know, that phrase was of my own creation. However, I cannot guarentee that no one has ever expessed a similar sentiment.

Could it be that you have had some alien database implanted in your mind, causing you to think you are familiar with expressions that don't actually exist (on earth)? One symptom of this would be imaging odd figures of speech (relating to cheese or something like that) and attempting to use them in casual conversation.

Posted by: scola at February 6, 2004 01:43 PM

Praise Eris, the truth has returned. May all the fnords tremble in fear at it's warm chaoticness.

Posted by: Adam Forester at February 8, 2004 12:41 AM