We should treat our minds, that is, ourselves, as innocent and ingenuous children, whose guardians we are, and be careful what objects and what subjects we thrust on their attention.
Henry David Thoreau
Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862), U.S. philosopher, author, naturalist. “Life Without Principle” (1863), in The Writings of Henry David Thoreau, vol. 4, p. 475, Houghton Mifflin (1906).
Sometimes you are like Just uh & you have to let it go.
Today is Monday 11/26/V3.3 & that happened this morning.
I’m just going to do what I’ve been doing. I’m not going to worry about a thing & at the end of the day I’ll go to sleep. Cause I’m not going to worry ‘Bout a Thing that I can’t do anything about at 10.41 on a Monday or between 09.20 & now.
I’m going to go to work, I’m going to work, eat some lunch, then go home. Those are the things I can do.
The word of the day is fainaigue which is to shirk; evade work or responsibility.
I’m going to be partying at First Data until 23.00. Where are you partying?
Today is Sunday 11/25/V3.3 & it is give yourself a shoutout via updating their facebook status.
The party started this morning at Vernon J’s Magic Shop with washing the dishes before 06.30, went to our church for a good sermon, then went and relaxed before work. I formatted an external hard drive for a mac, kinda a big deal. I don’t operate on a mac, I’M A PC!
The word of the day is amygdaliform which is shaped like an almond.
So now I’m at work & I am going to have a good day. When someone (in this case two people) tell you to have a Good Day at work you do. NO matter what happens. Beyond my control. I also need a good day at work today, since I no called no showed yesterday.
I think I explained what happened on twitter.
I had a good weekend, worked on Friday XI hours. I wasn’t too tired on Saturday, I should FOR SURE sign up for overtime on Monday. IF they have any more slots available. Especially since that Saturday debacle.
On Saturday WE went out to Kobe for some Sushi. It was good, we then went back home & listen to the Omaha’s Team. Put a baseball size shutout on the Chargers of University of Alabama in Huntsville. VIII is the 2nd most goals that UNO Hockey has EVER scored. YES UoAH is on that list twice.
I have forced myself to contradict myself in order to avoid conforming to my own taste.
Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968), French artist. repr. In Robert Motherwell, Dada Painters and Poets (1951). Quoted in Harriet Janis and Sidney Janis, “Marcel Duchamp: Anti-Artist,” View (New York, March 21, 1945).
The evening report makes it triumph return on the heels of a victory. I’m eating cake and Ice Cream.
I’ve decided there is another rule for ALL OF US to live by. If you are over 190.5 cm’s, you don’t have to buy that darn light Ice Cream.we can go for the FULL fat & flavor of products like this.
I’m not having this flavor, but I could if I wanted too. I’m quite sure that this flavor doesn’t come in Light, Diet, or any of those other words that indicate it has less calories and/or flavor than the original.
I don’t really have much else to go on, but just know that is how we do it.
So what does tomorrow consist of? Well I’m working tomorrow from 13.00 to 16.00.
We were suppose to go to church tomorrow after work. We are getting reports that they #TeamHawkeyes are staying in Iowa (the Des Moines part) tomorrow. So I’ll see what happens, I’ve got no control. That is no problem with me. I’m okay with that.
But I am #TeamUNO, #TeamMavericks, or #TeamOMavs for life. We got a good win at the CenturyLink Center, we didn’t get our win at the Athletics-Recreation Center. I’ll let you do the nuts of bolts of binging where that is.
Sunday I have work, yeah, yeah, yeah. YOU don’t care. BTW the NASCAR(r) season is over. I don’t know how I’m going to make it until February.
Surely the day will come when color means nothing more than skin tone, when religion is seen uniquely as a way to speak one’s soul; when birth places have the weight of a throw of the dice and all men are born free, when understanding breeds love and brotherhood.
Josephine Baker (1906–1975), French dancer and singer; born in United States. Josephine, ch. 16 (1977).
Written in 1963. Baker, a black performer, married a white Frenchman and assembled a multiracial, multireligion family of adopted children.