Recently, the physiological nature of my home, my person, and my overall mental capacity has been — to put it mildly compromised.
I believe this picture explains it all:
Courtesy to Hyperbole and a Half
Now granted this might not be the EXACT photo representation of my current state of affairs. But it certainly sets a close example. As I write this, I have (yet again) a moundful (nay heapful) of reading, writing, and analysis to be completed. All in the wonderfully fruitful and exhaustive timeframe of a day. So instead of delving into the mindful world of science and the challenges of NEVER answering the age old hypothesis of whatever — I blog (i.e. procrastinate). And so the picture you see before you is not only a cartoonish representation of my current state but a close sample to what has become and what inevitably will be. Being mindful that I do lack some things from this pictorial sample. Like that blue plate and actually having ears. Plus I lack that strange yellow triangle thing up the top of my head. I mean don’t be ridiculously absurd. Overall, it is still fairly accurate.
As a quick update — which I’m known for such — I saw the recently released movie, The Social Network. As most 99.9% of the population succumbed to the procrastinating effects of this devilish internet platform — I needed to understand the history behind it. Why was this done? WHY?! And when this was in its creation — someone should have stopped Mark Zuckerberg and said, “but we implore you — this will only drive more decreased productivity and evil will only ensue”. At least that’s how I would of said it. Really. Overall, the creation of Facebook was an inevitable progression in the human need for information — albeit it useless and painstakingly time consuming. See my previous post. I do admit to coming home and having a slightly elevated appreciation for the coding platform itself. The CS nerd in me that never came to be was highly captivated as well as sufficiently intrigued in knowing more. So I googled and googled and Facebooked. (yes, that night). Until I came to the horrifying realization.
And it was simply this: that the option to Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook to “Add as Friends” was painfully disabled. I was left with nothing but misery.