Goodbye 20 year old old van.
Hello 10 year old new van.
Hello power steering, airbags, CD player, automatic windows, automatic door locks, and much improved gas mileage.
I can’t wait to see what incredible improvements are in the brand new vans!
I’ll find out in another 10 years, I guess.
… maybe they can fly!!!
note: “the best things in life are free” … like my old van.
I hope the new one will be “the second best things in life” … even though
there’s only one of it … I’m hoping it’s at least twice as good!
what I’m listening to now #52: Crowded House “Weather With You“.
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A 3 year old student tried to swipe away the card I was holding, so he could see the next card, using an index finger smart phone swipe.
So I muted him with my remote control thumb move.
I think there is a generation gap
… between the index finger and thumb most likely.
note: remember when you had to use both thumb and index finger to change channels on the TV?
I do. … that’s why I sat so close to the TV screen. Not like now with computers and sophisticated technology. … oh! wait a minute!!!
double note: my title is totally logical: Google it.
(I’m not that smart; I just Googled it before most of you.)
triple note: calling the index finger a forefinger is confusing:
“Which of my fourfingers do you mean?”
quadruple note: a pointer finger makes me think my other fingers are pointless, somehow. … although, I still point with them.
what I’m listening to now #35: rain raining.
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Tagged generation gap, index fingers and thumbs, remote controls, smart phones, technology, Thenar Space
Just like nature … I too abhor a vacuum.
note: this expression is so old … I’m sure it was “Nature abhors a broom” at one time.
double note: I didn’t draw the picture … I just did a bit of cut and paste which involved scissors and glue. … I did print the “ahhh!!!” though.
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If a megaphone makes your voice louder,
shouldn’t a microphone make your voice quieter?
I could be wrong: I usually am.
note: this cordless mic used to have candy inside it … now it’s cordless and candyless … and no fun at all.
double note: the next microphone I buy will be like the one Derek Zoolander had in that movie which I forget the name of.
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Tagged megaphone, microphone, Zoolander
The Driver’s Licence Office gave me a fluorescent armband when I renewed my licence yesterday.
It’s straight like a ruler, but when you whack it against your arm it coils around by itself magically.
I don’t know why it’s fluorescent though.
I guess so I can find it in the dark with a flashlight when I want to play with it.
note: I asked for one in black, but they didn’t have any of those.
I hope the rest of today is cloaked in mystery … because it would kind of suck if it wasn’t there at all.
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A Four Wheel Drive motorcycle would be cool.
note: I had a four wheel drive bicycle as a kid … or maybe those were training wheels.
double note: a two wheel drive unicycle would probably be good in the snow.
triple note: 4 Wheel Driveways are pretty standard.
I’m going for the perfect day today … crap! I spilt my coffee!
correction: I’m planning for the perfect day tomorrow today.
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Tagged 2WD unicycles, 4 wheel driveway, 4WD bicycles, 4WD motorcycles, humor, motorcycle helmets, motorcycles, the Grateful Dead bear, the perfect day, unicycles
Here is a question for resident wind expert Prairie Flounder over at
Sky Fishing :
Would a car with special high-tech pinwheels/whirly-gigs on it be able to create enough energy to run the car?
As soon as a car starts moving, all those things would be working non-stop.
It makes sense to me, but that’s not saying much.
note: maybe Bob Dylan was right, “The answer is blowin’ in the wind.”
notes to myself #197
Growing up and getting older are two very different things.
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