I imagine there are a great deal of television programs and movies I wouldn't watch if I knew exactly how much time I actually have left.
But I digress.
I used to do a year in retrospect blog post with snippets of various posts I have written throughout the year. But that was back when I still fancied myself a blog superstar and still harbored the fantasy that I was a hair away from being discovered and going big time. I'm not sure what big time in the blog world actually is, but I was sure it was my destiny.
Now I've come full circle to my original comment in this post about people frittering away time like we have all of it in the world. Google, the primary way people end up reading my posts, is a perfect example of people with way too much perceived time on their hands.
One thing I didn't achieve in 2011 was writing my thousandth post. I fell 25 posts short of achieving that milestone. I'm thinking if I time it right, I could write my thousandth post on February 29 and see if I can cause a rift in the space time continuum. Or at the very least I can hope to cause a minor skin abrasion. I doubt it will get the headlines that a chimp claiming to be Tarzan's Cheetah did when it died.
Oh well, one must at least aspire before they expire.
hoarding time to enjoy at some future date. is that like hoarding money or hoarding food or hoarding knickknacks? maybe we need a learning channel show about this so we can waste even more of our precious allotment... ;-)
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