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Tuesday, September 23, 2008

From One Inquiring Mind To Another

Have you ever bumped into an old classmate from school and think, Holy Bejesus, they look like a pile of steaming shit or they've gotten fat as a cow or how in the hell have they managed to stay looking so good after so many years?

Chances are, they are most likely thinking one of those thoughts upon seeing you.

Have you ever gone into a restaurant, sat down, start eating the food and wonder if one of the cooks in the back put a booger in your food for any number of reasons?

I have. But I keep eating anyway.

Do you feel the need to be in constant communication with a friend or relative via cell phone, text messaging or some other electronic form of communication? Yes? No?

If you replied yes, would it be alright if I cut off your head, scoop out the crap and make a decorative planter out of your skull? I thought it would be more polite if to ask.

Have you ever been stuck in traffic or in a public place where there are just too many people? Have you ever thought about how nice it would be for a meteor to hit the planet and wipe out just enough people to cut down on your traffic time?

Has your boss or supervisor ever asked you to do something that made you uncomfortable?

Was it something called work?

If you saw a homeless person begging for food, would you....

A: Give them something to eat?
B: Ignore them?

Or C: Notice how "good" your old classmate looks after all these years?

Though it would have been a wonderful gesture on the part of our government leaders to have been more involved in searching and working on efforts to replace oil as our main source of energy and fuel in the last 20 years with a cleaner, cheaper source of energy, instead of looking out for themselves, isn't it gratifying to know that soon after the next major world war (over oil, likely) will be a return to the more simpler times of living in caves or huts, consuming food without chemicals and talking to one another, face to face?

In reality, though, I doubt it will be that nice with all the nuclear fallout and the sun being blocked out for hundreds of years. And so on. Actually, I worry most about the rich. Without their money and an economic system created to enslave everyone into being cogs in the Big Machine, the upper class may have a struggle coping with having to live without material luxuries and being forced to work to survive.

I will start praying for them right now. Here I go.

Why do people walk right in front of you in a busy parking lot without looking around to see if they're going to be hit by a car?

Do they have that much trust in me?

How sadly misguided.

7 comments:

wigwam2theorem said...

Yes, I think most of those things.

No, I don't feel sorry for the rich people (at least until I become one of them...)

Damian (666) said...

No one ever thinks of the rich people! I never look before walking across a road or a carpark, ever wonder how rich people get rich? They sue people like you and me for money we don't have for running them over, its time I saw how the other half live, bring on the SUV!

Kelly said...

King Al: I'm happy we're twistedly linked in our thoughts. Oh come on, Al, join me in prayer for our wealthy breathren.

Damo: May I please run over you? I promise not to laugh too hard. But I can't promise not to be hard when I hear the crunch of your skeletal structure beneath my tires.

Hee&Ho

ur swell

Damian (666) said...

I wouldn't want anyone else to run me over Kell! You'll be the third person to try and kill me with a car! Third time lucky?

Kelly said...

Cross your fingers.

J. Alden Page said...

I think these were meant to be thought provoking rhetorical questions, but I'm in a talkative mood :).

Hmm... Most of the poeple I've run into from highschool look pretty much the same. But, I'm also only three years out.

Yes.. K, so I might be a little bit needy. But no, it would not be alright for you to cut off me head.

Hmm.. I don't think that thought has ever occured to me. But, I have daydreamed about having a fast, heavily armored car that plow through.

Yes and yes.

I usually ignore homeless people. I have bought them fast food a couple of times. I would like to think I would be more charitable if I had more money, but I'm probably kidding myself.

About a month ago I saw someone who looked homeless holding a sign that said "Need a wife". He was there for at least three days. He was probably asking for a wife, but it would be even funnier if he was offering one. Seems like he'd have better luck at bars.

"Though it would have been a wonderful gesture on the part of our government leaders to have been more involved in searching and working on efforts to replace oil as our main source of energy and fuel in the last 20 years with a cleaner, cheaper source of energy, instead of looking out for themselves, isn't it gratifying to know that soon after the next major world war (over oil, likely) will be a return to the more simpler times of living in caves or huts, consuming food without chemicals and talking to one another, face to face?

In reality, though, I doubt it will be that nice with all the nuclear fallout and the sun being blocked out for hundreds of years. And so on. Actually, I worry most about the rich. Without their money and an economic system created to enslave everyone into being cogs in the Big Machine, the upper class may have a struggle coping with having to live without material luxuries and being forced to work to survive.
"

Haha! That was awesome.

Kelly said...

Thanks!

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