You know that ugly feeling you get when you’ve napped too long? God! I hate that feeling. That groggy hangover kinda feeling, but without all the drinking fun beforehand. It takes forever to regain some feelings of consciousness. Man…it’s the worse.
Well…just imagine how this cat is going to feel when he wakes up. Talk about a sleep hangover.
I noticed something weird the other day. I’m in the van, cursing the radio as usual for playing the same old shit, when finally I decided upon the Doors’ “Break on through”. Now that song is almost 50 years old. Me? I’m 44. Needless to say, I’ve been hearing “Break on through” for a long fucking time now.
When the hell did they restore the song? I didn’t even know the song needed to be restored. But, apparently it did. The version I’ve been listening to all these years? Morrison repeats “she gets” four times toward the end before moaning as only Jim Morrison could.
I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about my “supposed” Toy Valuation Theorem (TVT). What it is, how it works, does it have any real world application or just another of “those” theories.
Well, I’ll do my best to explain the theorem to you. It’s not like it’s a simple thing, to explain such a technical theory to the average layman. It can get a bit complicated at times. But, as always, I’ll do my best.
Much like everything else in life, we’ll need a bit of a background explanation. So…let’s pick a toy. Say…Stimpy.