June 15th, 2006

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Gibberish ahead...really [Orange Gibber Factor]

[looks around] Is it Thursday already? This week just disappeared, didn't it?

I wrote a lot more than I expected in Dr. Nbook this week, and that's including a skipped day on Tuesday for... some reason. I forgot why. I don't even remember what I did on Tuesday, which is kind of scary.

[looks through Trillian logs to refresh memory] Oh, that's right. I spent just about the entire day on the Interwebs and doing some reading. I don't think I got much reading done on Tuesday, though.

I have a new notebook to christen as the new Dr. Nbook in a few days because I'm going to need it. One day when I'm feeling more productive, I'm going to put up a list of the Dr. Nbook titles I've used so far. It'll be interesting for me as well, just so I can see how the titles have changed over time.

I can't figure out whether I'm an extrovert trapped in an introvert's body or an introvert trapped in an extrovert's body. I also have no idea whether that last sentence made sense.

I need a stream-of-consciousness tag, although it would probably be more aptly named "gibberish". Of course, if I had a gibberish tag, I'd be forced to tag all my entries with that, thus rendering the tag useless since LJ shows only the 100 most recent entries with that tag. I've had several of those entries lately though, and there are probably some in the archives. Why do so many of my sentences start with "I"? Am I really that self-centered? Probably so, but I just don't want to admit it.

I was up at 3am again. I even went to bed at ten last night but woke up at eleven this morning. Strange.

About the gibberish tag, I should rate the gibber factor on a colour scale. Green means "gibberish-free" and is suitable in an English-as-a-second-language textbook; of course, only one or two entries would get this tag because we all know how I am about gibberish. Blue means "low gibberish" and won't scar young children for life. Yellow means "moderate gibberish" and should be approached with a gibberish-proof vest. Orange means "high gibberish" and should not be read without a gibberish translator, preferably a native speaker. Red, however, means "OMDQLFgibberish!" and doesn't make sense even to me.

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