When the TechnoFear Finds You.

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August 17, 2021 by sandwichcontrol

The rhythm ain’t got shit it.

The word of the day is: Precocious.

(This is where the photo is supposed to be.)

[ pri-koh-shuhs ]
adjective
unusually advanced or mature in development, especially mental development:
a precocious child.
prematurely developed, as the mind, faculties, etc.
of or relating to premature development.
Botany.
flowering, fruiting, or ripening early, as plants or fruit.
bearing blossoms before leaves, as plants.
appearing before leaves, as flowers.

So I bet you’re asking yourself: Why isn’t the photo there?

Well that’s a great question.

I’m glad you asked.

My big computer, the one with all the fun stuff (including Photoshop), decided it needed a vacation.

So off it went.

I’ll find out in a day or two if it’s coming home again.

Or if it’s going on a longer sabbatical.

That’s how my Monday started.

And it continued in that vein all day.

Comics on the iPad decided to be read backwards.

Zoom calls with the entire corporate office were grainy at best.

On a brighter note, I will be entered into a raffle for cool stuff because I got vaccinated for COVID-19.

This is how I win a 65 inch television.

Because I am the last person that could use a television.

We are weird, I know.

But I just don’t make the time to watch stuff any more.

I’m very lucky to have the time to read.

Which gives me way fewer headaches than staring at a screen.

The irony there is that I am out of real books for the next few days so I have to read on the iPad.

Whomp whomp.

The really funny thing is that all of my comics are on the other computer.

Whomp whomp whomp.

So we will be limping along for the foreseeable future.

The photos will keep happening.

I’ll tell the word of day.

And once we get back into a groove I’ll dump a shitload of photos on you.

Whether the groove is a new one or the classic, time will tell.

See ya’ tomorrow.

More soon. ~SC


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