Friday, November 14, 2008

Cranky Large Medium reading, 14 November

Go away.

Are you still here? Haven't you anything else to do? Like, maybe, go bungee jumping with an anvil in your arms? Oh, spleens! If you're going to hang about, I suppose that means you want me to give you a reading. Well, then, here you are:
You judge hastily and lose your temper easily. Don't hit me! I'm just telling what I see. Ah, at least you're not uncontrollably violent. Also, it seems you harbor no resentment, although you're often saying and doing things you regret. Those people who follow you – are they detectives, or just people with poor judgment? We may never know.
So, there you are. Are you happy? Of course not. Nobody is ever satisfied with his life. But at least it beats what these folks all have, since they began the process of permanent stabilization on this date in history: Justinian the Great, Alexander Nevsky, The Guangxu Emperor, Booker T. Washington, Gottfried Leibniz, John Abercrombie, Saint Nikola Tavelić, Georg Hegel, Giovanni della Casa, Hector Hugh Munro, Tosa Mitsuoki, Ignaz Pleyel, Carl Flesch, Manuel de Falla, Joseph Allard, Tony Richardson, Johnny Mack Brown, Tom Villard, Nell Gwynne, Jack O'Connor, Eddie Arcaro, Robert Trout,
and Gene Anthony Ray.

Red light all right.
Happy birthday, anyway.

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