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Thoughts on Iceland With Only This* Web Page As Research

  • *This one.
  • Iceland is magical.
  • There is a city in it named Reykjavik, which doesn’t seem right, but I copy-and-pasted it.
  • There is also a place called Reykjanes.
  • And another named Hvalfjordur.
  • I’m just reporting this information; I disagree with their choices as much as you do.
  • Does Iceland know that they are allowed to name towns “Springfield?”
  • Seems much easier.
  • Did Iceland buy “J”s in bulk, and now it has to stick them in every word?
  • Yoga is performed on Iceland.
  • There are fjords.
  • Those are the fiddly bits along the coastline.
  • Iceland has touristy bullshit, and five-star chefs, and fancy hotels, so we can infer that Iceland does not live under a psychotic military junta, but the page not say this directly.
  • There truly seems to be quite a bit of magic in Iceland, at least according to this.
  • As one can see the Northern Lights from Iceland, one would assume that it is nowhere near Peru.
  • Again: Iceland’s distance from Peru is not made explicit, which is a failing of the page.
  • Perhaps due to the Viking influence, many things are epic.
  • I feel that I understated the amount of yoga that is done on Iceland, at least judging from this page and this page alone.
  • Maybe this is a skewed sample, but it works out to 6 to 7 hours of yoga a day per man, woman, and child.
  • Maybe that’s why their economy collapsed, I don’t know
  • Maybe there are forced yoga camps dotting the fjords.
  • There are glaciers, at least for the next few years.
  • If you have $5555, with a non-refundable down payment of $555, then you can jam with Oteil on one of those glaciers.
  • You may pay in full, or in installments of $1666.
  • And again we return to a theme: the page does not state outright that these numbers have epic and magical properties.
  • They totally do, though.
  • The proper way to refer to the cuisine of Iceland is “Icelandian.”


  1. For all the reasons that ToTD states in many of his Oteil posts, I’ll refrain, but it’s hard.

  2. Robin Russell

    May 30, 2016 at 12:54 am

    The waterfall shown on that site stole the show at the start of Prometheus.


  3. Ms Burbridge should re-arrange Taraleigh’s chakras.

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