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Sunday, April 13, 2003

Seemingly random, but clearly connected Sunday thoughts

  • My brother just bought a house in Charlotte.
  • It's amazing how a one-inch facial scar and small, but seemingly permanent goose-egg can increase an average guy's level of vanity by 1000%.
  • My life ain't so bad. I need a sign that says that.
  • Spring is like a sexual reward for abstinence.
  • Dental health is important, but mental health is critical.
  • The good times aren't over. I'm sure of it.
  • Some wrongs can only be righted by ignoring them.
  • The future frightens me.
  • Carpet is stupid.
  • I really need to lose 15 pounds.
  • I don't think I've had sunburn in three years.
  • If I lose 15 pounds, I may look into getting a sunburn. Maybe in Aruba.
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