The insanity of a manatee (quite tranquil, in fact)
I found a german candy bar called 'nuts' (you are what you eat)
There's also 'soy nuts' (soy means 'I am' in spanish)...I am Iam nuts?
and, of course, plain old nuts.
what kind of nut am I?
-I live in relative poverty, so I could be considered a cashew
-I read a lot, so I could be considered a macadamia
-I'm crazy like Pink Floyd, so I could be a walnut
(I'm not that crazy about walgreens or walmart, though)
-My last name is Portuguese (Teshara from Texeira), so maybe I could be considered a Brazil nut
-last but not least, I'm nuts like mad like angry like a pistachio, sometimes.
and pissed evokes peanuts.. ASH (Atascadero State Hospital) made me pissed (off).
what else is crazy?
someone in Berkeley on the street handed me a flyer that says (among other things), and I quote "The UN's plan is to "Maintain humanity under 5,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature." which means killing over 70% of the human population."
(that should make anybody crazy)
other goofy nuttiness:
Are you insane if you're in the seine river? (I don't know how to pronounce french)
There are 'Crazy Mountains' in Montana. And Wyoming has a 'Crazy Woman creek'.
Of course, you can get rid of your madness in Madrid.
Some Gods out there are:
The Grand Old Duke of York (an old scout campfire song from the Good Ol' Days)
The Gulf of Darien (In Columbia)
The Gulf of Danzig (in Poland)
Gulf of Davao (Phillipines)
Gulf of Drin (Albania)
Gulf of Dulce (Costa Rica)
Geographically speaking, there's
Hell, Norway and Hel, Poland (Noel to you)
the Bug river
Intercourse, PA. Bangkok, Thailand. Brest, (one in Belarus, the other in France)
Conception, Bahamas. Crotch island, Canada.
Friend, NE. Helper, UT
Great Pee Dee river, SC
Antwerp. Elephant Butte rsvr, NM. Hungry Horse rsvr, MT.
Isn't it crazy, too, in a world of so many earning less than 2 dollars a day, that in America, they're saying the price of raising a kid (from birth to 17) is 235k? (the price of a new Ferrari).
365 times 17 is 6,205 days.
235,000 divided by 6,205 comes to the price per day for 17 years of raising a child in the U.S.
(around 38 bucks a day)
word of the day:
meliorism: the belief that things will get better over time (ameliorate).
I am a die hard Meliorist.
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