Wait, it's not as bad as it sounds! I realize it's been awhile since I posted anything. Life, if nothing else, is full of surprises. That's all I'm sayin'. Since I don't have any pictures to post this time 'round, I'll post this:
My pal Nik Harvert brought this little game to my attention. Simply type your name into Google followed by a neutral verb such as "watches," "eats" or, in my example below, "thinks." It's a lot of fun on a night of reruns on TV.
Here's one I just did:
Paul Thinks That We Are The A-Team.
Paul thinks he's Batman.
Paul thinks that people were doing just fine. (Admittedly, this is an abridgement of a boring statement concerning Social Security, but it's damn funny out of context)
Paul thinks of snow.
Paul thinks it's OK transpixel. (Only because it sounds kinda dirty)
Paul thinks of the body as “something like a ganglion in a network of nerves." (Only because it sounds kinda dirty)
Paul thinks about thinking. How fast do people think? Is thinking faster than worrying? (It's true. I do)
Paul thinks the food can be eaten just like any other food. Nothing magical has taken place, no change has occurred, it is still just food. (True, unless it's a spinnach & sausage calzone)
Paul thinks that life couldn't possibly get any worse. But he was wrong.
Paul thinks that computers are evil.
See what I mean? Fun for the whole family! Give it a try.