Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Don't think about it so much

Don't think about it so much


Anonymous Fatty said...

I'm sorry, but that just doesn't make sense. If you were to tell me to not think about it so often, I'd understand and would reduce my thinking about it -- and I'm not even getting started on the whole "it" aspect of this piece of advice -- accordingly. If you were to tell me to not think about it so hard, I'd be able to work with you by thinking more lazily, or perhaps by chemically altering my brain. I'd have options. Likewise, I'd at least have an idea of where to start if you told me not to think about it so hastily, or seriously, or cavalierly.

But "much?" No. You're simply telling me to reduce the quantity of my it-about-thinking, without any guidance whatsoever on how to reduce said it-about-thinking, not to mention which axis of reduction you want me to use (intensity? quantity? in relation to something else?).

Dove, I

11:32 PM  
Blogger Nick said...

The smoke detectors around here are super sensitive.

11:52 AM  
Blogger geoff.appleby said...

Didn't your mother tell you that if you think about it too much, it will drop off?

3:30 PM  

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