Concoctions of the verbose mind

These particular posts will likely be somewhat offensive, mostly drunken, and generally ridiculous. It happens. I find that I don’t write better, when I’ve had a beer (or five), so much as I write…more. And, in this land of milk and honey, I suppose quantity has to account for something; right? I’d say so. In fact, I just did.

I write, because some things simply must be said, despite being trapped within a society where they aren’t allowed to be. Said, that is. We all think them; we can’t deny this. However, they may not be uttered, outside of certain company. I find people who read to be a brand of thinkers with whom my voice may just have a chance. And, then, there you have it…me.

Today, I’m honestly wondering… How far are phones willing to go, technologically, that is? Are we going to have a phone that a crime scene investigator can use, to scan the hair sample, for the conclusive DNA of the killer (because, let’s face it, not every one of them jacks off enough, to leave behind a convenient specimen), before we cure cancer? Or find intelligent life, elsewhere, in the Universe? Or, I don’t know, figure out what objective reality might be?

I’m just sayin’…

8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. DewNestry
    Jul 19, 2011 @ 09:13:52

    Land of milk and honey?
    I wonder – where do you live?


  2. wittyjules
    Jul 19, 2011 @ 11:04:32

    In a spoiled brat of a country. America. I’m in the south, now, but grew up in New England.


  3. DewNestry
    Jul 19, 2011 @ 13:59:34

    O, I didn’t know America was called ‘Land of milk and honey’ too XP


  4. wittyjules
    Jul 19, 2011 @ 14:23:18

    Hehe….not literally, but, I always feel the need to point out overindulgence, particularly when it sports a distinct lack of overabundance. Where do you live, if I may ask….


  5. DewNestry
    Jul 19, 2011 @ 14:28:34



  6. wittyjules
    Jul 19, 2011 @ 15:03:05

    I should have known, with the literal “Milk and honey” reference. I saw the ‘ou’ in favorite, and assumed England. I love your blog. I have to admit a small jealousy at your writing technique. It’s excellent.


  7. DewNestry
    Jul 19, 2011 @ 16:48:56

    Truth be told, I am kind of wannabe-English.
    Thank you, that’s very flattering. I haven’t read much of your blog (correct me if I’m wrong, but it seems quite new), but it seems very interesting. I love the idea of writing drunk. I’ve never actually been drunk, but some of my stories are written in kind of drunk fashion. Perhaps you’ve read some of them (I haven’t published any stories recently).


  8. wittyjules
    Jul 20, 2011 @ 14:49:49

    I started to read one, but it was getting late. I’ll be sure to read some more soon. Thanks for checking out my blog. Talk to ya, later.


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