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You can call me Cletus

Posted by Mick on March 8, 2010 – 10:10 pm

My mind is a raging torrent, flooded with rivulets of thought cascading into a waterfall of creative alternatives.

I feel like that about 3/4ths of the time.  The rest of the time, it’s the opposite.  Nothing clicks.  Nothing.  My mind turns off and I stare into space like a slack jawed yokel. At this point, I’m pretty much in slack jawed yokel mode.

I just spent 2 to 3 minutes repeating the phrase “slack jawed yokel mode” over and over.  After the first 10 times, it’s a bit of a rush.

I need a lap desk for my laptop.  Anyone have any suggestions?  I’ve never had one, and I can see me getting the wrong one and hating it.  I don’t like going to the store, I hate going back to the store to return anything, and I don’t want to have a stack of the damn things that I bought while I was trying to decide which one was best for me.

Who am I kidding?  I’d love to have a stack of them, and I would quickly classify them as to their individual strengths.  I would have one for the bed, one for the couch when I was sitting up, one for the couch when I was stretched out, and one just for looking at.  I have better things to spend my money on, though, and I really don’t like going to the store multiple times.  So, if you’ve used one you hated, or have one you love, I’m looking for suggestions, warnings, and/or pictures.

Rick Flair is wrestling right now.  He is taking some good hard bumps, including a choke slam from Abyss, and his face is covered in blood from at least two cuts on his forehead.  Rick Flair is 61 years old.  If you looked at him right now, you’d say he looks like an old guy who let himself go.  You would not say he looks 61.

I want to wrestle when I’m 61 years old.  Someone needs to make that happen.

I’m done.  Be good to each other.

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