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Sunday, May 27, 2018


Said with great good-natured cheerfulness: "Did I mention that he has great powers of attention deficit?" This was the comment after one of the lounge members stated something remarkably gibberant, downright moronic. Which we've come to expect from them. Something about extend-o-legs for cats, so that they could pass for sheep.

I myself was trying to ignore the idiocy. Paying attention to those gentlemen leads to madness.

Apparently the codger in question also has "an artistic temperament".

Well over half of the adult population of Marin County has been diagnosed with an artistic temperament, so it really isn't anything to write home about.
Artistic temperaments and daftness go together, often with an abundance of rigid stick-up-back-passage and a sickeningly entitled attitude.

Artistic temperament is often fatal.

Fortunately one of the few sane people in the county wandered in today.
He's back from Germany. We talked about eisbein (schweins haxe) and fermented dried fish, which are to be waved about and shown off.

We also spoke of Penzance, Stonehaven, and King Charles.
Of which there is a supply at present.
It will be gone soon.

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