Saturday, March 14, 2009

Cranky Large Medium reading, 14 March

Go away.

Will you be going? Why are you still here? Did you miss the last train to Go West? Don't worry, there's always another one in just a few minutes, so hurry on down there, now. And... you're still standing there. What is it that keeps you here? Oh, right. You want a reading. So, here you are:
You are a regular social butterfly, chatting up anybody in your meandering path. You are incapable of sitting still, and your mind is the same; even ritalin doesn't help. You should achieve great success in anything you undertake, with your disposition and charm. I say you should, but somehow it doesn't happen. Why is that? Perhaps you might pause and reflect... if you were capable of such.
Are you happy, now? Of course not. You're a regular Grouch, oh! But, at least you're better off than these individuals, all of whom, on this date in history, were issued their harps: Jingtai, George Wade, John Byng, Howard Aiken, William Alfred Fowler, Pope Zachary, Sir Thomas Malory, Margery Sharp, Jacob Isaakszoon van Ruysdael, Chic Young, Rafael Godoy, Busby Berkeley, Fred Zinnemann, Kirk Alyn, Alan Leonard Hunt aka Gareth Hunt, Susan Hayward, Balto, Karl Marx (and it couldn't have happened to a better guy), George Eastman, Werner von Blomberg, Fannie Lou Hamer, Edward Abbey,
and Jerome Solon Felder aka Doc Pomus.

Viva Las Veggies! Carrot cake for me!
Happy birthday, anyway.

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