Thursday, February 26, 2009

Cranky Large Medium reading, 26 February

Go away.

Why won't you leave? Don't you have some traffic to go play in? Why? Why? Why? Why won't you go? Oh, right, you just got here, and you want that dratted reading. Well, then, I'll give it to you and then you'll go, right? Spiffy. Here you are:
Your ego gets in the way of your entertainment value. You have a brain, but waste it by being hyper-sensitive. You are overly-cautious and touchy-feely; you take your own sweet time coming to conclusions, and, while they may have applied to the situation when you first approached it, they're so last year by the time you reach them.
Are you happy, now? Of course not. Being happy over that would take a true Maverick, and there aren't any of those, today. They're like these people, all of whom, on this date in history, faded away (most rather abruptly): Esek Hopkins, Robert Livingston, Louis-Hippolyte Lafontaine, Levi Eshkol, George L. Street III, Claude Gaspard Bachet de M├ęziriac, Richard Jordan Gatling, Carl Menger, Otto Wallach, Karl Jaspers, Theodore Schultz, Jef Raskin, John Still, Robert Aickman, Heinrich Faber, William Brade, Giuseppe Tartini, Felix Draeseke, Sir Harry Lauder, Cornell Gunter, David Doyle, Lawrence Tierney, Constance Ford, Christian Goethals, Theodor Eicke, Bill Hicks,
Sunday came on Thursday, this year.
Happy birthday, anyway.


Corrections:
The medium got so cranky we posted tomorrow's deaths today. Apologies to anybody who was reckless enough to think this was a professional-quality work site. We're hermit with gift, and sometimes the "Gift" turns German. Again, apologies.

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