Sunday, April 06, 2008

I am in a good mood

I am in a good mood, and that doesn't happen very often. I know I can count on the the black cloud disappearing for 2 0r three days a month, but I am still not in a good mood when it does just because I am not depressed. Melancholy has a way of sapping your strength like that, and when the bad moods disappear you can breathe and you are thankful for the rest. If you visit in the 'eye' for awhile you know that the storm always waits for you on the other side. I don't expect much out of those three day other than enough energy to do the dishes and take out the pile of collected mail and pizza boxes in the living room.

My good feels more like a chemical release from the grip of depression than actual happiness. I am chatty and I can taste medicine in the back of my throat. Maybe the government is slipping Effexor into my drinking water. I can't write when I am in a good mood because I have to catch up on Tivo'd episodes of Battlestar Galactica. That's one of the reasons I haven't blogged in a while. The other reason is I want you to notice me when I am gone.

On of my new readers asked me how they could sign up for the fan club. I think you just click on the donate button, and then I send you one of my "fan club" memberships. Membership includes your very own packet of gravy. You choose: country, brown or turkey/chicken/yellow.

I recommend country as it goes good with biscuits. Also I will throw in a membership certificate, a signed CD of the "lost" podcast episode, and all kinds of extras and goodies. Membership costs $13,000 dollars, but it's worth every cent. If you can't afford the "premium" fan membership you should just donate what's left in that pathetic bank account of yours, because your bank probably won't miss such a tiny amount.


Dr. Monkey Von Monkerstein said...

I want gravy before I sign up, not after.

Fredrick Schwartz said...

Your fans who happen to be "Old Men" like me, had I lived longer and not gone to Hell would only be eligible for the brown or yellow I'd imagine? They'd have to be satisfied with fake beef brown of fake poultry yellow since there's "No Country for Old Men."

Romius T. said...

There are three levels of fan membership and you guys are totally in the the Country gravy level , no charge!!!!

Send all requests for your packets of gravy to!