Mike (perturbedbeats) wrote,

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And if you want to find me I'll be out in the sandbox

Today I drove downtown in the rain, 9:30 on a Tuesday night, just to check out the late-night record shop, call it impulsive, you can call it compulsive, you can call it insane, but when I’m surrounded I just can’t stop.

Okay sorry about that, let’s start this over.  Today I drove downtown to climb the stairs 76 floors up to the top of the highest skyscraper in Seattle, but unfortunately, the building was closed and locked.  Frustrated and saddened, I drove back to my apartment and downloaded a bunch of Bach Brandenburg Concertos and also some great music from the 1920’s.  I think I’m finally mature enough to be able to fully appreciate Bach.  He is by far my favorite classical composer.  I can get the musical shivers for entire songs that he has composed.  They bring me to a very high vibrational level.  And the 1920’s music is just so doggone fun.  It’s the type of music you hear playing in the background on the family’s radio in A Christmas Story.  It just brings a genuine smile to my face.

After visiting the Folklife festival last weekend and smelling all the authentic human scents emanating from all the dirty hippies, I have been inspired on my days off work to not wear deodorant and not wash myself.  Every morning when I go to work , I religiously shave, shower, and put on deodorant.  But on my own time, I’ve decided that it’s appropriate to express my natural human scent.  I’ve always appreciated the natural scent of most women too.  I think it’s good for women to not wash themselves sometimes.  It gives men the chance to smell their natural pheromones.  I have absolutely no evidence, but I think that finding out whether two people can find each others' natural scents pleasing is probably the best way for two people to find out whether they are compatible as a couple.
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