Project 313 – Post No. 106

Another quick post, I’m afraid. 

That’s a weird saying, isn’t it? . . . “I’m afraid” . . . I mean, I’m not afraid. 

When did the term come to be used as an apology? Because that’s what is meant when you say it as I do above. It’s a substitution for “I’m sorry”.

That too is strange because it doesn’t quite flow as well if you say “another quick post, I’m sorry” . . . you’d have to flip that around as in “I’m sorry but this will be a quick post”

If you get your but out of there, you can then flip back to being frightened by the prospect of a short post, as in “I’m afraid this will be a quick post”

I would write more about how this came to be around the 1600s but, as I’ve already established, this is a short post. 

And now, the photo:

Project 313 106

They seem capable . . . if a little wooden. 

. . . why I wouldn’t let anyone ghostwrite for me . . . 

I remembered when I found out that few Presidents write their own speeches. It seems like even more of a lie if we’re listening to words other people wrote. 

That’s one good thing with Trump . . . you know no self-respecting writer would come up with that stuff. Imagine if your doctor spoke like that. You sure as heck would want to change doctors, wouldn’t you? 

You can also tell when he is reading a prepared speech. Aside from the fact it almost makes sense, he doesn’t even come close to nailing the delivery. It’s more like someone reading the side of a box of cereal and trying to work out what the words mean as they’re saying them.  

It’s a difficult choice . . . follow someone who is obviously lying but at least you know when he’s lying or follow someone who is a really convincing liar even though they’ve lied to you in the past. Decisions, decisions.  

In the planning stages, the Original Concept Drawing of Eventual Worm Monument wasn’t much to look at.

Original Concept Drawing of Eventual Worm Monument

And . . . that’s it

Some of these posts will likely be longer as the mood hits me, but most will be thus; short, uninteresting, bland, and relentless.

You can read about Project 313 HERE.

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