Five people have responded to my query about getting my Random Thoughts. One person said that she would like to no longer
receive my random thoughts. When I asked another during a phone conversation, she felt that my "Random Thoughts"
were being forced on her, and she didn't want to subscribe. I applaud Angie, Jesse and Rob on their wise decision to receive
my "Random Thoughts" (although Jesse seemed a bit confused about it all in his reply). Will and Anthony are in the
list by default, and I thought, hey, what the heck, why not sent my thoughts to Lloyd as well? So, via my own executive decision,
I have doubled the subscriptions to this newsletter in mere moments. Ha, ha, ha! I am sooo powerful!!!!
Why do people perceive things so strangely? I mean, I got into a discussion with someone about
religious ideas and stuff, and she felt that I was "forcing my ideas" on her. What? By telling her what I believe
and why I believe, I was forcing my ideas on her? If I were to go up to someone and say, "Jesus loves you," chances
are, that person would say, "Hey, don't force Jesus on me." And I ask a good friend of mine if she wishes to receive
this, and she doesn't want my random thoughts forced on her (despite the fact that she'd had them forced on her ever since
we started having conversations with each other, if you really think about it).
Know what I've noticed? I almost
never win free pops out of my bottle caps anymore. When I lived in AB, I won almost all the time. Since moving to Thunder
Bay, I've won TWICE. Yeah, that's right, TWICE. A friend of mine who's native to this area (she's a perfect Aryan, if anyone
really wants to know) said she's never won. What's with that?? Is Thunder Bay some sort of abyss?????
are all my random thoughts for now. Hopefully they'll be more meaningful next time.