Friday, 19 June 2009

Of course after writing this, I then realised that I had actually filled out a job application, climbed up on the roof, and prank called a lot of people via VoIP, but really, that is as good as my day has been.


Tim in the City of Angles said...

you continue to surprise. i didn't think anyone owned a typewriter these days, let alone knew how to use one... but then judging by your typing skills, you don't. is this the beginning of a new art experiment? one can only hope.

it strikes me that a mind as dangerously agile and curious as yours, left to its own devices, could have arcane and devastating consequences. i am almost enthusiastic.

abristolnovella said...

My friends and I have been using typewriters for a long time (haha that sounds redic as obviously people have been using them for longer, but you get the jist). I think it's probably to do with graphics and stuff...they look so pretty. Not not mention mine is an Imperial...and is the sexiest machine I think I have ever seen; although it has run out of ribbon.

If I were left to my own devices the following might happen:
- I'd die of bordem
- I'd forget to eat and die
- I'd spend so much money that I'd die