Weekly random thoughts. Since I’m self-employed it’s my version of water cooler talk: no one to talk to so it goes out to cyberspace.
How do we reconcile religion and technology because isn’t anyone worried that Heaven is going to be overrun by the data stored in the cloud?
Why don’t we give kids pretzels when they learn to tie their shoes, it just seems like the right reward.
Blogging is just like journaling the same way the smart phone is just like two paper cups and a string.
I wonder if on Sunday mornings coffee wishes it had lips so it could yell “Hey! If you’re going to put pastry in there maybe water would at least help it go down! I’m gonna do nothing!”
I wonder if rodeo horses are the really “cool” horses because they’re so anti-establishment throwing people off?
If chicken pox turn into shingles, do measles become more of a roofing of a metal base?
Mimes must be an emotional wreck when it really is a windy day.
On a similar note, Chicago has the least professional pantomime artists per capita.
Earthquakes rocked Los Angeles the last week. They’re just like old wooden roller coasters—lots of shaking that’s scary and thrilling and makes you wonder if this is really safe and then two minutes later you want ice cream.
Monkees are always described as primal and difficult, yet they look so refined when peeling a banana.