Yes, hello, it’s your favorite Riddles again. I haven’t checked in yet this week, because I couldn’t think of anything relevant to write.
Then I realized that this is my website, and relevance can be damned. That is to say, I can check in even without a valid reason, and without anything particularly edifying to say.
So, perhaps I’ll merely bore you with personal details of my life. On the whole, things are continuing on much as they have for some time now. I’m working many hours a week at a local restaurant (Bonefish Grill for those who might be interested) and making enough money to pay for bills and the occasional
bag of drugs videogame. And Subway, lots of Subway.
In fact, I should take this opportunity to state how much I love Subway. Footlong sandwiches at a reasonable price, and they aren’t terrible for you! It’s weird, because I’ve never been a Subway fan up until I a few months ago when I moved into my current apartment complex, which happens to be just down the road from (you guessed it) a Subway. I could walk there if I wanted. But this is suburban America, and we don’t do that. Or I don’t, at least.
Anyway. Back to what I was saying. I work at the restaurant at least five days out of the week, I’m often there pretty late, then I come home to relax and maybe, hopefully, do something productive. It doesn’t happen often, but as my most recent HLL displayed, I can occasionally muster up the willpower to do something worthwhile. “Worthwhile” being used in its broadest sense, of course.
In a strange twist, though, I’ve had both yesterday and today entirely off work, which rarely happens. (Not in a row, at least.) And, I can safely say that I really haven’t done shit. I visited the bank, ate Subway, bought and watched Inception on Blu-Ray, ate sushi that I bought from Kroger (which, surprisingly enough, wasn’t bad at all) and… that’s about it, I sh’pose.
Oh, yeah, I bought a book. True story: yesterday, while I was at my local Hastings with the intent to buy Inception, I ended up browsing the book section. I almost bought Also Sprach Zarathustra by Nietzche, which I’ve never actually read. (Though I am familiar enough with Nietzche’s philosophies, which have always been particularly resonant with me personally.) Point being, I ended up not buying Zarathustra, and instead buying a book called South Park and Philosophy: Bigger Longer and More Penetrating. It’s “cobbled together” by some dude named Richard Hanley, and it’s one of the more entertaining reads I’ve had in some time.
Granted, I honestly can’t remember the last time I’ve read a book from start to finish; it was probably during my college days, which means it was more than likely not by choice. A damn shame, really, because reading is good for the soul. I know this better than most people, because the majority of my childhood was spent reading. It’s how I learned most of what I know.
I suppose that’s enough about my intensely, amazingly, incredibly, irreversibly normal, mundane life. If you’re a single, attractive lady and now find yourself inexplicably intrigued, feel free to email me for further information. Otherwise, just watch this video, which is a funny rap song about a normal everyday guy. Or an Everyday Normal Guy, as it were.
Hm. Alright, well, I’m gonna go watch Team America: World Police. Or something.