Thoughts, Nonsense, Neurosis, Boom

Tuesday, December 28, 2004

the oracle book.

i just found a book i bought a few years ago and haven't seen since, till now. it's called the oracle book: answers to life's questions by georgia routsis savas (so mystical sounding, wooooo). what you do is, ask the book a question, concentrate VERY HARD, and flip through the pages, randomly stopping at one of the "answers." it's the literary version of an 8 ball. don't get me wrong, i'm not into all the psychic fortune telling bullshit (well, i assume it's bullshit), it just seemed mildly amusing when i was flipping though it at work (a few years ago, i worked at a book store/music store/video store/software store/spongebob paraphernalia store). here are a few of my very important questions. finally. ANSWERED!

Q: will i get the furniture-staining job?
A: "yes, but only with the assistance of a loved one."
~~~ok, then I am bringing my son to the interview. BOOM~~~

Q: will my son become a ROCK STAR when he grows up?
A: "the answer is yes, but only if you get to it immediately."

~~~BOOM! DONE!~~~

Q: will i become a rock star when i grow up? (haha)
A: "the psychic's answer is plain and simple: no."
~~~well...fuck the psychic, what does she know~~~

Q: will i win millions of dollars in this lifetime?
A: "act as if it's already happened."
~~~*blink* oh, well sure. then i'm going to the mall. BOOM~~~

BOOM count = 3


Buzzy Coltrane said...

Acting like you are already rich when you are not is not very good advice! I agree with the advice about having your son learn an instrument at a young age. Little kids are better at remembering things than adults. I love the picture of him rocking out with his new guitar.

Jenny said...

well, i figured if i can't be a rock star, i'd start molding him early.
he picked his guitar up the other day and said "this next song is about a scavenger!" and started playing and screaming. maybe his death metal phase will be over soon.