Wednesday, 2 May 2007
On a routine basis, there are days when things just feel 'different'. Routine activities feel more complex, communications with others are altered, and the strangest, most bizarre situations come up. The culprit? I believe it to be when the moon is at its brightest, and its fullest. If I had the option to book out all my scheduled days off and vacation days around the full moons, I would gladly do so. Usually you can feel the effects a few days before and a few days after, but the actual day of the full moon is the worst. Boomer happened to mention the full moon is this evening. I knew before he said it. Apparently, it's a proven fact (statistic-wise) that people get 'weirder' with the moon being full.
So far, I've talked to a few different people where their specific gender was unable to be determined by the sound of their voice. Others, you can just "tell". You know the type...you picture them sitting there, mouth gaping open, that look on their face...as if it's difficult just to breathe, much less think. They start the conversation with 'Um....ah...um...'; they're unsure what their name is when you ask (the question leading to more 'ums' and 'ah'). They don't know why they called in the first place. You see it in traffic, too...people cutting out on you, running lights, that sort of thing.
It's just not safe,...it's not safe to leave your house on the full moons. Proceed with caution, people, for the love of all that's holy.
**Disclaimer: this post was not intended to intentionally offend anyone.