Saturday, October 10, 2015

I'm Thinking It Over

Hi there and welcome to I'm So Glad My Suffering Amuses You, your place to be on the internet when you've used up all the porn.

My name is David Long but here, I like to go by my Kryptonian name, Dave-El. Yes, I'm a grown man with a Kryptonian name. I know, I am quite the catch but back off, ladies! I'm not available!

Here's a picture of me at work.






Yes, I know my chiseled, rugged good looks are hard to resist but damn it, ladies, once again I must urge you to back off!

And yes, it has been awhile since I last had my eyes checked. Why do you ask?

You might be wondering, "Gee, I wonder what Dave-El is thinking? What deep and intricate thoughts lie by that wry and wistful smile?"

Well, let's take a look.




























Yeah, that looks blank but what this symbolizes is a mind at one with a state of calm placidity and peaceful lucidity. By obtaining this equilibrium of non-thought, my mind can then engage in more complex thought patterns.

























Humankind has struggled for centuries about pie, it's relationship with pie, it's feelings about pie. What does pie inherently mean to the human condition? What do we believe about pie? Because of the clarity of my thinking, I am able to resolve these conundrums and establish in my philosophy my fundamental relationship with pie.

Sometimes I need to engage in even more complex exercises in thinking. 


























Thankfully, I have a cymbal clanging monkey living in my head to help me cope with more intricate requirements in my though processes.  

So that's that for today. Thank you for your patience as we explored the inner workings of the greatest mind this generation has ever known.

Did you hear that? Sounds like...giggling.  

Another post (Doctor Who!) is coming up tomorrow. Until then, remember to be good to one another. 

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