rain

It’s something like the 3rd straight week of rain. Only people in the Northwest can handle this… it makes everyone else suicidal. But if it had a sound, it would be the tired sound my child’s toy makes when the batteries are dying.

There is actually a “syndrome” called SAD. Seasonal Affective Disorder. From lack of sun, people get sad. Ironic.

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. J. Star says:

    I got one of those lightbox thingies that are supposed to fool your brain into thinking you’re getting sunshine. It’s blinding.Agreed with every single point of your grocery store rant. You and I are on the same wavelength, sistah.And the Pat Robertson one.And, *especially*, NCLB. THAT STUPID ACT. When I worked in the schools with handicapped kids, the poor children would *cry* because they had to take the same tests as the non-special ed kids, and they couldn’t even *begin* to do it. It *absolutely infuriated* me. Frickin’ George Bush. Christ almighty.Anyway. I sure did put a lot of asterisks in this comment.

  2. suleyman says:

    Saw an episode of Stargate the other day in which a small town in Oregon is made up of a bunch of alien-human symbiotes who are trying to take over the world. It didn’t rain once in the entire episode. Other than that, nothing seemed out of the ordinary.-Suley

  3. Adeline says:

    suley dont be a booger face, why you always dissin on my place man? i thought you there in the east MADE us, eh? so perhaps the aliens came from north carolina?

  4. suleyman says:

    I kid, I kid.-Suley

  5. M says:

    fight! fight! yeah!!(*runs out back to construct octagon for royal blog rumble*)

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