The Roar of Reefers  

rm_smosmof2 68M
963 posts
4/4/2006 7:09 am

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The Roar of Reefers

I spent a dull 8 hours at work today (out of the 12 hours I put in) being very aware of the subsonic symphony that 20 diesel-powered (I think) refrigerator units for shipping trailers makes when they're all running at once. The rumble of white noise...

Too little to do, too much time to do it in, I spent most of the shift composing this blog entry in my head, and coming up with a metaphor that I couldn't quite settle on.

I'm frustrated with my current situation because:

I know that if I had a chance, I could make magnificent "music" on a woman's body, but I

a) don't have an "instrument" to play.
b) don't have a stage upon which to perform.
c) don't have an audience to appreciate my performance.

Each of the three choices indicates a different relationship with the object of my attentions, and I can't figure out which is most appropriate, or what that tells me about how I relate to women, or what is wrong with my attitude towards them. I know I could be good, if given a chance, but I don't know how to find a, b, or c.

But then, I think that I write well. I just don't have much to say, except for these emotional outbursts. My spelling and grasp of grammar are solid, except when I break the rules deliberately for effect (my spelling is good, my typing sucks, I think that I catch most of my errors, but I'm sure that some are sneaking through) and I think that I understand how to set up a story/argument well enough to get the point across.

But that's my own opinion of myself, and I'm too caught up in being me to be able to see how well it works objectively.

Being boring is another problem altogether. I've already admitted that I don't really have much to say, but I sure seem to take up a lot of space saying it.....

BlogginKat 44M
20 posts
4/4/2006 7:47 am

LOL! Don't criticize yourself too much, jeez man.

Things to remember:

All men come equipped with an organ. It's a matter of finding a place to plug the damn thing in!

Buy a web-cam. Stage and audience in one.

Brevity is the soul of wit, as in don't dwell on the unimportant crap. Make a point, support it, move on or get the hell out.

Personally, I think your writing is fine, it just needs passion.

Write your passion.


rm_smosmof2 68M
3240 posts
4/4/2006 12:01 pm

Web-cams cost $. Not an available resource at the moment....

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