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In reality I am not looking out my window, I am staring at a blank TV screen, and it is staring back at me. I wonder what it is thinking, if anything at all. Is it waiting to be turned on? What turns a TV on anyway? Is it new and exciting programs? It is splashing and flashing six million colors across black space, until the watcher becomes dizzy.

The six million colors reminded me of the six-million-dollar man. It’s a good thing it doesn’t cost a dollar a color, or only the very rich could afford one. I wonder if you would be able to buy half a color for fifty cents, or a quarter of a color for a quarter?

I have been thinking about doing a book on silly sayings. I started off with a bucket full, but every time I fish one out, there are two or more to take its place. My bucket started overflowing so badly that silly sayings were crawling all over my floor. I did put them in the bathtub, but now that is getting full. You should try to take a shower with a tub full of silly sayings. Its not easy, not easy in the least.

Here is one to prove my point. 4-888-999-0679=4234-7075 this is Genghis Khan’s number, but don’t bother trying to call him, because Genghis Can’t come to the phone right now, he is busy fighting with his wives about who’s turn it is churn the yak butter.

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