Why spend the time writing out a rant when a bumper sticker can do it all for you?
And here’s one that just made me glad to be able to read:
I’ve decided that being called narrow minded can actually be a backhanded compliment, particularly if it means you are putting thought and energy ONLY into what you WANT to focus on, and leaving the rest.
I am Statistically Significant!!!!! WOO HOO!!!! I never thought I would hear myself utter those words. 🙂 Of course I’m referring to the Psychokinesis experiment that Tom posted in the earlier blog. I scored very well, I was supposed to focus on the machine decreasing and did so succesfully for the entire test. My little graph came up with all blue dots. Now where’s that submerged Xwing fighter? 🙂
Tired of trying to feel upbeat, optimistic and spiritual all the time? Annoyed at all the motivational posters on the walls at the office? Despair.com says, “In these irrationally exuberant times, it’s getting harder and harder for the self-respecting pessimist to stay unhappy. So pervasive is the hope, so overwhelming the positivity, that without the firmest grip on your sullen perspective, you might actually lose it. Then one day, you wake up looking at the bright side, whistling some inane showtune, and generally annoying everyone around you.” Don’t let this happen to you! They’ve got a catalog full of despair to share – demotivators, despairwear, and even the half empty pessimist’s mug. Create your own despair and share it with friends! *grin*
At least 3-4 times a week I get emails from people I don’t know asking me to pass on their meditation information or to put a link to their general “spirituality” web page on our site. I know I’m probably supposed to appreciate their “contribution” or something, but it really feels more like spiritual spam. I don’t know them, they don’t really introduce themselves (except to explain their mission), and although they’ve got my email address they don’t seem to know my name (small favors?), and then they ask me to take action on their behalf. Most of the time it’s got nothing to do specifically with reality creation and it’s from some “organization” or “institute” with a really long, glorious sounding name, from a person who ALSO has a really long, glorious sounding name. … … … I wonder if spiritual spam comes in cans and if so, is it made out of soy? *grin*
*tap tap* Is this thing on? *grin* I think I’ll just start off with a cool link to a remote Psychokinesis experiment. See how efficiently you can manipulate electronic equipment in Scotland!