This morning I was thinking about another invention that I’m never going to get around to building because it is too complex.
Two hours later I’m standing in front of the gas pump at a Shell station. There is a TV above the pump spewing out advertisements. Everywhere you go, somebody is trying to sell you something. This particular delivery method is a good strategy. I wouldn’t doubt it that the advertising is more potent, because they have your undivided attention and you are inhaling gas fumes.
After experimenting with the Adventure in Venture Capital aspect of this site for a while, it is definitely more lucrative to stand on the street corner as a stinky bum, with a lame cardboard sign and a cigarette hanging out of my mouth.
“Spare change to change the world?”
Look for the cardboard sign coming to a street corner near you.
Am I mad? Maybe. This is the fourth time I’ve had to move in the past eight months. My crazy land lady wants the apartment back. The one she just rented to me a month ago. I’m getting sick of this crap. Anyhow, time for a theme change. A nice theme called, The Journey was just uploaded on Themebot. I’ve got one week to find a new place to live. I’m contemplating whether or not I can still afford to live in Santa Cruz. I can’t. Can I afford to live anywhere besides a cardboard box with high-speed internet?
In the face of adversity, to recognize that life is like a dream and that all experiences are impermanent. Truly a blessing.
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While walking back to my car downtown I saw a kid on the street who seemed to be flirting with a couple of girls. He was holding a cardboard sign. In passing I glanced at the sign which read, “Backflips for One Dollar!”