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

I'm looking forward to seeing what happens tomorrow. Because there's this wonderful quirk of the Universe... something always happens.

I love it. Not to mention, the Crows have been up to something. All over Troy and Albany you can see them gathering for meetings. And sitting, cawing at each other, while other crows fly in from all directions. I'm thinking that there are a few that are from decent distances away too. They have this air of road wearieness to them.

The trees and buildings seem to be listening to something that I can't hear either. I'll have to talk to the Siena rock and see what it thinks. That's a good, albiet rather sad rock.

I love you all, and wish you all the best. Relax, smile, and share fart jokes.


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