All you sharp- eyes readers out there are probably wondering two things:
- First, what happened to Monday’s “What Up!!!” post.
- and second,, why haven’t recent posts had featured images and links to previous posts.
- And third, why I haven’t been posting more.
- And fourth, what’s up with all the really screwy typos and shit in my posts.
- And fifth, why can’t Jack count!?! Two things some how morphed into five? Haven’t you ever heard of editing?
Well, all y’all haters are gonna be feeling bad because I got two good reasons:
First, Ye Olde Blogge BOUGHT A HOUSE, y’all!
We closed this week. Even though Ma Femme went back to Ye Olde Country of origin to sign the paperwork and walk everything through. Honestly, it didn’t take long to figure out that Jack was shyte at most grownup stuff — thanks, pathological demand avoidance! I still had some things to do like having my signature witnessed via Zoom meeting and getting my ID’s authenticated by a notary public and printing, signing, scanning, and emailing stuff.
I don’t know if you ever watched The Amazing Race, but that was my life for the past three days.
Second, I’ve been using my Kindle Fire and smartphone for all my online needs. While I love my Kindle Fire — Hello, a thousand volume personal library follows me around the world! Hello, no brainer — it is a bitch to tap out posts, emails, and other documents on. At least it is big enough 5o tap out t3xt on,but my phone! Holy crap, my phone. I swear that it isn’t just smarter than me, it is far more passive aggressive than me, too. If I had to do much more than social media on it, one of us would end up dead, and it wouldn’t be the phone. That thing is just sinister.
In addition to the Fire 🔥 making media nearly impossible to do, copying and pasting, as in links, as in URLs of the things I’ve been reading has become a Himalayan -sized effort. It is just too time consuming unless I can space it out over the week and can drink 🍸heavily.
This week it was all too much.
And, that is what up with Ye Olde Blogge for the past week
Categories: Cognitive Psychology