Hello Dear Readers. I thought today might be a good day here at the blog to just kick back and do nothing.
And so what better way to spend time doing nothing than to think about all the things you could be doing if you weren’t already committed to doing nothing:
Four Things I Could Be Doing If I Weren’t Already Committed to Doing Nothing.
1) I could be reading a book . . . here’s one:
Opening to a page at random (78), Dudley Shapere actually writes, and I am not making this up:
“The work that has been done, and the work currently being done so far as it is manifest, on objective-formal simplicity cannot plausibly be viewed to have brought us to a complete and adequate explication of the concept.”
Dudley Shapere or Dudley Prepositional Phrase Shapere as he is probably referred to by his tea sipping buddies, seems to have — ahem . . . explicated one too many concepts, shall we say?
I think it would behoove Dudley to maybe try doing what I’m doing; nothing! Think how well he could document his “doing nothing” experience!
2) I could cut something with these scissors:
3) I could use the official Linda Vernon Humor Blog Scissors to cut something but what? Well let’s see here . . . Oh here’s another book laying on my desk:
4) Now if I wanted to actually cut something (if I weren’t already committed to doing nothing) I would cut out this picture by Henri Rousseau:
I would love to tell you all about this picture that Henri Rousseau drew or painted or colored or whatever the case maybe — besides the fact that it smells like you know what –but as I have already stated far too many times in the same post — I am committed to doing nothing. Sorry, but that’s all there is to it.
Until next time . . . I love you