do not evacuate the building – this only a test

“do not evacuate the building – this only a test”. That is what would come over the PA in the brown building in east perth in a Scottish accent around ten am on Wednesdays or thereabouts.

so my car went missing today – i parked it on Sunday in the usual spot – have done for three months – but it’s not there now. they say you don’t know what you’ve got til its gone – well they said the world was flat – but no, i don’t miss it (yet) it was an exercise in parking ain’t free (i should [not] point out that the spell checker forced me to include an apostrophe in a number of places) and just in case you think i’m less than two cents in the dollar the consensus (it looks like i spelled that right) of the mental health experts is that i’m ‘malingering’ as if there is a malingering bone in my skeletal frame – but let us not get hung up in semantics.

so no – i don’t miss the car – but there were stolen goods in the boot – well when i say stolen i mean that if the car was stolen then there is a follow on effect to the goods thus inscribed – in particular, a guitar and an amp, and a socket set that survived Sherlock river (but that’s another story) – so to cut a long story short – mediocrity – if you can be mediocre you can succeed in a civilized version of life.

so ‘do not evacuate the building – this only a test’

p.s. i also had to capitalize (with z’s) a lot of proper nouns to satisfy the spell checker – language – who needs it? – and people still go hungry! wtf! someone has outwitted themselves

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