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Thinking Thoughts

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Thoughts are pretty cool, but in the matter of seconds can be very uncool, depending on your brain and training.

Thoughts span a wide range of flavor; from “What’s that smell?” to “What am I going to do with my life?”

Someone once told me that, “Thinking about infidelity is as bad, (or equal to) committing infidelity.” That seems a little much if not totally crazy.

But what I think the “meth-head” meant, was that thoughts can lead down a path to which you may find difficulty returning from.

Much like “granny naked” it’s hard to erase things from your mind once their seed has been planted, (regardless of how many times you hit the bong).

Once you’re cooking a thought, it’s going to be eaten, or at least stink up the kitchen.

It’s easy to become desensitized to insanity if you flirt with it daily. Similarly, the further you let your thoughts wander, the harder it is to come back home.

My thoughts have completely left me and I haven’t seen them since. I drink animal cookies from an empty orange juice carton.

Egg On,

Ramblin’ Rooster

-Ramble me Rooster-

The answer to last week’s riddle was, “ajar”. Way to go Scott! You’ve won a nine-piece inflatable furniture set, compliments of “WayToGo Inc.”

Tonight’s riddle:

What’s an eleven-letter word that everyone pronounces incorrectly?

Submit you’re answer as a comment for the chance to win fabulous make-believe prizes and come back next Sunday for the answer. Good luck!

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Written by Ramblin' Rooster

February 15, 2010 at 7:22 pm

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  1. Wow, Rooster. Those are some disturbing second-hand thoughts. Now I’m visualizing your Grandma naked and pondering mixing my uppers and downers like so much orange juice and animal crackers.

    I try to live thought-free. It keeps me in a neutral zone where I can react with my brainstem. Granted, I do injure myself quite often, but those seeking to avoid extradition or wishing to deposit larges sums of untraceable cash find my lack of thought or moral compass refreshing.

    As for the riddle?

    I’m going with “Brett L. Favre.” That last name has never been pronounced right.

    Capitalist Lion Tamer

    February 16, 2010 at 9:22 pm

    • Capitalist Lion Tamer, “thought free is the only way for me”; I love that song! But not as much as your riddle answer. Thanks for dropping the CLT flavor.

      Ramblin' Rooster

      February 22, 2010 at 4:08 am

  2. […] staff at CLTU would like to remind R. Rooster and D. Mills that turning in work once a week (no matter how brilliant) is no replacement for doing […]

  3. Since I’ve moved out here, I’ve finally learned how to slow and even stop the incessant thoughts in my head.
    “I want to have sex”
    “I have a headache…wonder if the DR would give me a morphine drip”
    “Should I take the Clippers plus 17?”
    “I want to have sex”
    “Oh, shiny thing”
    “Now I’m hungry”
    “Is this chicken still good?”

    And so it goes. In all seriousness read ‘The Power of Now’ by Eckhart Toole. He’s a nerdy bastard but that book has made me see things a bit differently.

    Thanks for the prize! For this weeks riddle, I’m going to say… abecedarian?

    Scott Oglesby

    February 21, 2010 at 9:21 am

    • Scott Oglesby, are you really a book store in disguise? How can you have sex with a chicken using a shiny thing with a headache, a morphine drip and the worry of the Clippers late game? Abeceddarian, does he play for the Jets?

      Ramblin' Rooster

      February 22, 2010 at 4:14 am


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