Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Why I love her so much...even when she doesn't flap...
The following is a conversation my beloved Mielita and I had today. The weirder I get, the more unflappable she becomes...although every now and again I'd wish she'd flap but mostly I'm in awe of her no-flapping policies and her ability to stick to them in the face of horrific wierdness and toxic levels of nerdosity.
Raquita: did you take your meds this morning
Raquita: what you mean uhhhh?!?!?!
Benticore: I didnt NOT take them...
Raquita: Didn't not?
Benticore: In theory, if everything is energy on differing wavelengths, then the only difference between solid objects and air is the frequencey in which the object vibrates. Futhermore, if all energy vibrates at certain frequencies, one would postulate that thought represents energy. By thinking, we create energy that is different from the everyday objects that surround us only in vibrational frequency. This morning, I thought about taking my pills. From an energistic standpoint, I DID take my pills. The energy formations and vibrations may not have been on a level that you could detect but one cannot deny existence of a thing simply because one cannot see the thing in front of them. The question of whether or not I physically ingested the pill is irrevelant. In energistic frequencies, all manner of tasks have been accomplished, their results measured and calculated, props and daps distributed accordingly. So you see, when I state that I didnt NOT take the pill, all may be elucidated and verifies under simple scientific reasoning. So NYAH!
Raquita: ummm...how about no
Benticore: I put forth a valid scientifically based argument and all you can say is Umm...how about no?? I blame the schools, racial bias, gender inequality and George Bush. You should strive for more erudition in your attempts to refute my devastatingly ingenious theorums and hypotheses
Benticore: sigh...Im such a nerd....
Raquita: but I love your nerdyness more than you will ever know and if I wasn't listening to lecture I'd have wrote back more