“Obliviot” is the word for the kind of person we all run across (and sometimes are) at times, as suggested by This is True readers, RR’s sister publication.
“What’re ya gonna be doing tomorrow?” Same thing, son. Same thing.
Couldn’t resist just one more — ideas are coming in from all around the world! (Last week was Flat Earth Week here at Randy’s Random. Scroll back using the navigation controls below, or jump to last Monday’s, Wednesday’s, and Friday’s.)
It’s Flat Earth Week at Randy’s Random. Also see Monday’s and Wednesday’s.
It’s Flat Earth Week at Randy’s Random. Also see Monday’s and Friday’s. If the Earth was flat, by now cats would have pushed everything off the edge.
It’s Flat Earth Week at Randy’s Random. See also Wednesday’s and Friday’s.
So many waste so much time and energy over what others think about them. Don’t worry about it until you already place value in their opinions. (And even then, it doesn’t necessarily mean they’re right.)
Of course, the “Mute” button would be really helpful too.
Pet store photo — and the text added to it, even the title — by my friend Al Boss (who even has a super-cool name, and provided permission to use his photo and words here).
The original — “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.” — is attributed to Abraham Lincoln, but there is no record of him actually saying it. Which takes us … See the Meme