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Sunday, March 04, 2007

A head should not be this crowded

I don't write on Sundays. It's not a religious thing, or even a rule. I just typically have no desire nor need to write on this particular day. What's more, most people don't read blogs on Sunday, so it's pretty worthless to bother posting anything. So, why am I loading up RER today? I dunno. I guess my head is a crowded mess and I don't have any other way to purge. The thing is, I don't even feel like telling a story and it feels pretty presumptuous to just dump this mess on you without some kind of payback.

So, maybe I just won't.

It can't be all that important anyway.

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Blogger Dr. Pauly said...

Actually, Sunday nights are popular blog reading times...

1:52 PM  

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