Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Todaze Wisdom

There is a reason that there are stereotypes. People are so predictable and conform to peer groups so well that someone had to coin a word to explain the concept.

Every morning I read the newspaper obituaries first. If my name isn't there, I continue on to read my horror-scope.

It took me years to figure out that 4 leaf clovers were invented by mothers to keep kids quiet. The only luck involved was that lucky few minutes of peace and quiet that the mothers were able to get.

I got out of bed one morning in 1973. It was a gray, cold Friday. Now, as I look out my window it is still gray, it is still cold and it is still Friday. I have a terrible feeling that it is going to be a very long weekend.

I sat in school for 12 years, being force fed math, history and other vital recources that I would never be able to use beyond the very basics. I was taught to read, to wright and right, I was taught to pray to a wall for which many of my friends would die. The only thing I ever really learned was that summer vacation always had to come to an end.

I remeber when I was 4 years old, I first learned about the draft, and how people could come and take my daddy away, and he could't hide anywhere, not even the attic or the basement. I think that I have been paranoid ever since.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Important Note on Life

Check for toilet paper before you sit down. You'll always be glad you did.

Friday, August 24, 2007

Observation

The most ironic oxymoron ever spoken:
Killed by "Friendly Fire".

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Mission Statement

There is pleasure sure in being mad that none but Madmen know. John Dryden 1631~1700

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65 year old disabled veteran.