“This isn’t a new idea; you can find similar articles all over the Internet. (You can also find “zero-inbox” advocates online: people who advocate filing all e-mail every day, so you always leave work with an empty Inbox. To me, though, that’s just a self-fakeout. You’re just shuffling the same unanswered messages into folders.)”—
“No. NO! I accepted the dog, but no freaking way does the cat hope you have a happy Father’s Day. Look at him up there, just glaring at you, eyes full of hate.”—‘After All, We’re All Somebody’s Father’
I was eating Thai food in the lobby. It tasted pretty bad. I was hungry, though. I started negotiating. I’ll have one more bite of tofu then I won’t eat the rest. I’ll have one more noodle then I won’t eat the rest. This is a good place to stop, I can stop here and I’ll eat the rest later. No I…
I won’t rehash what a crappy few weeks it’s been again. What I will tell you is that I dropped a bottle of buttermilk in the grocery store when I was shopping and listening to the live stream of Episode 20 of Back To Work and got name-checked by Merlin Mann, the President Pro Tempore of my Existential Board Of Directors (™ M. Mann), in reference to my Frost quote post last week.
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