How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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A sad song...

"Falling in Love" by Lisa Loeb. I really like this one line:

One night while sleepin' alone in her bed, the phone rang, she woke up, and sat up and said, "What time is it, what time is it?" "Well it's 5:30 here, and it's 2:30 there, and I won't be home tonight", he said.

Mmmmm... Lisa Loeb... ::dreamy smile::

Sorry, allow me my wierdness. Speaking of wierdness, I meant to post about this a bit ago, but a Remy wierdness. You know how there's the male sterotype, where they see a girl in a revealing bit of clothing, they take a second glance, or gawk, or basically make an examination, or a comment along the lines of, "Oh, she's cute."

Well, here I am, sitting in saga, and I see a girl sit down with a neurobiology textbook, and start studying, and without actually looking at the girl, I was like, "Oh, she's cute." Later on, I heard a girl discussing her back to back physics and genetics final, and had a very similar response. I never actually saw her.

This raises a question... there's all those nasty tales of people wanting other people soley for thier body... is it better, as bad, or worse to just want them for thier mind?

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