I don't know who you're voting for ( I'll not be voting for this particular candidate though I imagine you care not to hear political stances from moi) but, either way this video is a crackup!
You see, I'm an eighties girl. So, naturally, I love the Rick Roll phenomenon that has made its way through Youtube! If you don't know what I'm talking about then you probably have an actual life outside your computer. K-kee-kee.
Apparantly, what's happened is people have been listing links to things that sound really interesting or "alluring" , and then when someone else clicks on the link, they instead find Rick Astley or some form of him singing 'Never gonna give you up' in all his one-hit-wonder glory. And then, of course, the pranks have developed from there.
Actually I usually only know about stuff like this because Jamey is a big time tech-know kinda guy who works best while being constantly inundated with entertaining youtube clips or web finds, all the while doing his job and watching a movie, composing a song or listening to music on the side. Whew! This is a fine piece of writing I'm doing here folks. Do not look away now or you will be dizzy! ;)
That multi-tastic style Jamey tends to thrive on would give me a huge case of Stimulus Overload Majoras!! For I am the type that must take on absolutely one thing at a time if I am to be able to apply my brain properly to it. Unless... I'm on the phone. While on the phone, I could probably parasail while having an uninterrupted convo if I had a hankerin'. Does anyone share this ability? I love it when a friend of mine-who I often find myself having long phone conversations with-says "Well, I guess I'll let you go so you can get that dessert made for the blippity blank." and I say "Oh, I finished that and already ran it up to the school. Now, I'm home again and about to start the mower so I guess I should get off this phone now or we won't be able to hear each other."
And it's the same when I'm listening to an audiobook. I know I've talked about this before but it still amazes me what menial tasks I surely could accomplish if I just didn't think about them too long. "Hey, look everyone! I just refinished all of my floors and I don't remember a lick of it! Isn't that great?!!"
I think I'm meant to be a drone.
I think I'm meant to be a drone.
But for reals. When I have to listen to more than a couple voices at a time (i.e. music and a human talking to me) and actually make sense of what I'm hearing , I get nothing but static. I can be quite the textbook case of A.D.D. on most days to be honest. I tend to fail at receptionist catchall types of jobs that most mother types would have a natural affinity for.
I'm also the ding bat who starts cooking hamburger meat and then decides to change out the seasons in one of my kid's dressers upstairs. "Ooh, someone's grilling! Wait a minute, that's me!" And when there's lots of stuff coming at me at one time, typical family style, I tend to start shaking my head like I have a flea in my ear and then my arms immediately want to start flapping myself out-a there! This (and the fact that I am mental) is why I will never be a kindergarten teacher, or say, a stockbroker. I'd be running for the emergency exits after the first couple of days of either job, and they'd find me hours later in a field chewing on grass or worse- Lord preserve me!!!
I don't know why you've allowed me to go on this way when I only meant to post that video and give a brief explanation of the Rick Roll. You'd think I had all the time in the world and might as well go ahead and post some pictures of our weekend at Red Rock Canyon while I'm sitting here blithering. Nope, I'd like to share those, but I've taken up enough of your time. I will instead leave you with this one... parting... thought .