for your enjoyment -read the following journal entry about Millennium
U. from Howell Norfolk's millennium Report:
While waiting in the dentist's office (Dr. Waru let's
you camp in his office a good while until your teeth get used to
the idea that they may remain there after you do) I picked up this
terrific catalog for Millennium learning. I will abbreviate the
course descriptions to save time but in some cases write them out
because they are so good and because Sleepless Dave thought I should.
Millennium U. is dedicated to discovery. Discover yourself,
develop an eye for the obvious, and never again be a victim of The
Force Beyond Your Control as well as allergies, neural disorder,
or cold sores. Remember: The millennium is for you, or someone who
looks just like you. Investors welcome.
Cloning: Its You !
This exciting class looks at the fascinating future for cloning.
Now anyone can understand the complex science behind this new field
by taking the three sections of Cloning: Its You! Beginning Cloning
starts you off with the amazing world of mirrors and how to use
them to make exact virtual duplicates of yourself; Intermediate
Cloning gives you hands-on experience with copy machines (an important
job enhancing skill as well); and Advanced Cloning where students
will visit petting zoos, talk to the experts, experiment with fertility
drugs, and meet twins (and triplets, time permitting.)
Black Holes and How to Make Them
This brief overview and hands-on class introduces students to dark
places and how to make them. Entry level skills guaranteed. Bring
UFO's and How to Identify Them
Who put the U in UFO? Not you after this class!
The History of Intuition
Ever wonder how our ancestors discovered they had insight? Take
this class and learn the ancient secrets of second guessing.
The Story of Hallucination
A one semester look at how we have learned to create reality and
call it names. Bring a helmet.
Urban Archeology: Trash Picking Your Way to Wealth
Now you will be able to pick through the neighbors' stuff with
impunity. Bring gloves, a big floppy hat and cargo pants.
See More millennium Reports at: Howell
Norfolk's millennium Journal