kinglizard... I feel the same way. I always wave and say thank you (even though they probably can't hear me, maybe they can read my lips in my
rearview mirror as I look at them). Letting someone in like that is courtesy; it's not just something that people automatically get just for being
there. But... I tend to forgive those who don't acknowledge my generosity and willingness to ease the flow of traffic. After all, the road can be
quite funny at times if not truly sad when put in a serious perspective. A few years ago, I saw a review in a car magazine that talked about this
sign you could put on the back of your car that could say "Thank you" or "Trooper ahead" or something like that. I thought it was a really nice
idea and I would definitely get something like that. Wonder what happened to it?
The green mold! Dreamland, buddy... that is funny stuff! "should I taste it" ROFL!!!
Ocelot, that is so true. Life really is a sequence of random events that just can happen or not happen depending on even more random events. Sometimes
they're a good sequence, sometimes there're bad ones... but hey... at least there're the good ones, right? Yeah, sorry, that is a bit lame of me to
say. Sorry if you're feeling under the weather. I hope you feel better soon. Life is tough, but at least there are rewards that help us get through
the harder times, just as you suggested.
Scat... that is tough luck. Something common to human nature, it seems, is that we all want something we cannot have. The more we cannot have it, the
more we want it. But with love... it's a whole new ballgame. I really feel for ya, buddy. I hope that you can find someone who attracts you more
strongly than the person you mention, and is truly someone you can be intimate with for as a long as you please.
Thanks for sharing, everyone, and please feel free to continue! As for me... I'm off for the time being. But, I'll be back. I'll part with this
last bit of randomness.
People can get high off of paint thinner but it kills brain cells, right? How come brain cells aren't immortal or something as long as they receive
electrical impulses or even tainted, yet at least partially oxygenated blood? Yes, yes, there's a scientific answer to that, but I think brain cells
should be more resilient. That bed over there is looking mighty comfortable. I think I will...
[Edited on 7/1/2004 by AlnilamOmega]