Okay, I got tagged by Trillian on one of these meme-thingys. (Somebody out there likes me.) So here’s the meme:
1. Go into your archives.
2. Find your 23rd post.
3. Post the fifth sentence. There are only three sentences in the entire post (from a Lost PowerPoint Slide) , so here they all are:
Martin Heidegger Ã¢â‚¬” A Seminar on the History of Human Civilization (slide 2)
And now, here is a short fiction made up of five other posts using the same rules, plus a couple sentences I wrote to keep my head from exploding. (Why 23rd post? Why fifth sentence? Isn’t life random and comfusing enough as it is?)
Meme Story: Vlad Admits He Has A Problem
Alright, allow me the indulgence of just a bit more then.
If “those” people are dead, there won’t be any more pesky lawsuits or questions or facts. Except for Bob, of course. He just can’t get over what a fabulous guy he is, and it must be a continuous source of confusion to him that everyone doesn’t share his opinion.
Canadians have an advantage in this regard: we are bombarded by American media, heavily influenced by it, and yet we live in a different society. Even the vampires. Especially the vampires!
I can certainly understand why she was driving so fast – if you’ve only got a few years left on this earth, you’d likely be in a hurry to get everything done.