It occurred to me too and I’ve always held the opinion and I read a study and I made some research and I still have some questions but I can tell you more and I drew some conclusions but I really don’t know.
I’m sitting sideways on the bus listening to 90s alternative rock, through the window a kid is tying his sneakers’ laces as he skateboards slowly down the sidewalk.
If we were meant to chase bugs away we would have had tails
Finally a drug that will kill you 5 minutes before you take it.
I was walking behind an old man and the jingling of my keys intrigued him so he looked back and he looked a little bit like the cartoon character in Up and had navy pants and a purple shirt and suspenders on. He then faced forward and kept walking at a fast pace but taking very short steps. Until we reached the red lights at the crossing on Church St. A white haired lady the same size of the man was also waiting to cross, she had a plain grey TShirt on and a tattoo on her left forearm. He asked her where Canadian Tire was and they proceeded to chat about walking instead of driving, she walks everywhere, she walks up and down Yonge St from Davisville to College almost on a daily basis to visit friends and run errands, he doesn’t enjoy walking but hates driving even more. They crossed the street together, we went into Canadian Tire and she continued walking north.
So today I found out, through a bizarre series of events, that I have won a competition at my University for designing a logo for the American Democracy Project. Which is an organization I:
A: Am not involved in.
B: Know nothing about.
I entered in over two months ago with a logo that I made…
Random lol of the day. American Democracy is the best!
Remember the subway musician in Eglinton Station to whom we both reacted “oh please stop”. He’s as emotional as he is nasal with his voice and he has the most persistent grin on earth and the checkered cap.
So he was in Yonge and Bloor Station tonight an a twenty something blond girl with a tan coloured suede type thing coat, stopped to talk to him, she’s apparently interested to perform on the subway, so he explains to her that she needs a license bla bla bla I walk down but a minute later I heard a very piercing female voice and thought to myself: “oh no, are they doing a duet?” So I walked back to see her singing Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, and she had as much emotion and as much nasal and even more decibels but whereas he could at least hit the right notes she was completely out of key and she was turning heads for all the wrong reasons.