Random Reflections 2

Franz Kafka

I always wondered how Franz Kafka got his story ideas. Now I know he must have owned an LG refrigerator and tried to get it repaired.

I saw some guy in a uniform at the health club carrying an enormous stack of towels into the locker room. He must have been really, really wet.

The Carolinas are so humid in July that you dry off by taking a bath.

I’m jealous of people who are satisfied with what they have.

Original sin is God’s version of planned obsolescence.

As a child I wanted to be Bad Pun Man when I was all groan up.

Children do as you do, not as you say. How do you do?

Hannibal crossing the Alps.

Hannibal led an army of 100,000 men across the Alps, but I’d still like to see him get through airport security with a family of five packed for a week at Disney World.

Technology creates more problems than it solves. That’s not a reason to abandon technology; only a reason to abandon faith in technology.

Pointing out hypocrisy in someone’s argument in no way refutes it. It’s a logical fallacy.

Since God was banished from the public square, He has been replaced by an endless succession of devils. This phenomenon is commonly described as progress.

These Okkervil River lyrics have been haunting me for months. I’m not sure why.

“Then I woke up one cold morning, felt an absence at my back
And I searched and stared but only the river stared back …”

(Image credits: Wikimedia Commons)

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