Sunday, January 22, 2006

Brain Damage

It's there, I can feel it, like phantom limbs in the pathways of death.

I have something to say but can't remember what it is. Last night was a patchwork quilt of sleeps, cobbled together from 10 minute bits.

I watched Marathon Man. Yes. The dentist. Not as scary as I thought it would be but still, OMG ow.

I'll try to get it together to say something more better later.

I love you, world!!!! I love you, bandits!!!!!! Especially the ones who get drunk, fall into things and move about strangely, making ululations in the night. Keep on feeling the feelings.

17 comments:

postmoderndebunker said...

Is it safe?

mountain man said...

I don't know. I don't know what you mean. What is the it that you are referring to?

Yes it's safe, it's very safe.

No, it's not safe. It's very dangerous.

quixotic fun said...

Strokes and aneurysms, bats spiralling out of the belfry. Sadly, this is the course of humanity.

postmoderndebunker said...

Schnell! Schnell!

Oh that movie scared me when I first saw it as a wee kid.

postmoderndebunker said...

MM, how can a person have this much snott for so long??

postmoderndebunker said...

You gotta deal with the snott now--before it seeps into the brain. Take some onomonopea.

Anonymous said...

I am sacred.

mountain man said...

Sadly it is. Bear down. Look forward. Grip the handlebars tightly. It's going to be rough. Porous surfaces are everywhere, as are the torturers from earlier times. I want to become a long distance runner.

mountain man said...

I don't know, but now I have some. I am scared.

Anonymous said...

I am becoming scarred.

Anonymous said...

I am sacred

Frayed Knot said...

I'm scared Too!!!

sloth said...

Ham Paw, you are not alone!
http://select.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=FB081FFF3F5B0C768DDDA80894DE404482
Article in Saturday's NY Times...

hammy said...

I'm glad I'm not crazy and I'm glad I'm all better. The trick is to not get a lung infection...

mountain man said...

Anonymous, take care. Please take careful care not to scar yourself in the process of becoming sacred. And do not be scared.

Uncle Stinky said...

Never mind the dentist. Use this url: http://www.wyastone.co.uk/nrl/pvoce/7839b.html

Go to number 9. Press the link. Then you'll know who we really are.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Uncle Stinky. That be us...