Thursday, April 26, 2007


my bangalore experience is entirely different this time.

last time it was all about reverting back to the late teens/early 20s i never really experienced in my late teens/early 20s. i dare not describe it more than i already have in posts past. best to say it would have probably made a decent mtv reality show. by decent i mean liked by the kind of people who like those things. i personally would have changed the channel.

most of the out-of-control barely post-teens are gone now. i find myself hanging out with my girlfriend and other couples. but they are young, unmarried couples. people who want more than large quantities of cheap beer and someone new and exciting to mount. they want cocktails and nice dinners out and career paths. suddenly i'm in my late 20's.

i've done this one before. and i'm not especially interested in doing it again.

clearly i have transcended this plane of existence and currently have nowhere decent to go. i am repeating life in an endless loop without bothering with the hindu formalities of death and rebirth. i am in some sort of limbo.

perhaps i will break free and become a spiritual guru in the bhagwan sri rashneesh vein. my messiah-like long blond hair, my years of wandering the earth, my mellow demeanor--never mind my transcendence--give me greater bona fides than most of the guru wannabes out there.

follow me!

sorry. it has been a long day at the office.


Dennis said...

Since you have decided to start your own religion, we should consider these blog posts as the words of God. Those who deny these words shall be punished.

I would like to become a minister in your church. I need the non-profit status after the Uncle Sam ass-raping I took last week.

Dave said...

Wow, I'd forgotten how cute you are when you get all demi-godeous.

Can I be the anti-SteYock in charge of bouncing the faithful from their faith?

I'll require an unholy mattress with good springage and probably a translator.