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Second guess.

Will: Once you open your door to one person anyone can come in.

The door has been swung open far more often than usual during the past week; while not yet achieving the status to that of a revolving door’s, at least I now still have the opportunity to slam it closed on whomever I want it to. I wonder if this will remain a privilege in the days to come.

But it sure does not stop your acquaintances from tagging pictures of you on a particular social networking website. Sigh.

Hello, Mr Day. It has been so long, but your voice mesmerises me still. Light and weightless, forever and always, you will have to be my guilty pleasure.

Details of this entry.Wednesday, September 16, 2009, filed under Musings.
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Recent tracks played are displayed on Last.fm.Undressed, Howie Day

  1. Thanks for the tip-off. I have wondered for a long time where you worked and what you did. Now I know. Doesn’t the light from the two windows in your corner of the room shine too brightly on your screen?

    You can slam a normal door closed, but not a revolving one. Come to think of it, I suppose you can lock a revolving door, with the special characteristic of trapping the “intruder” to be granted neither admission nor escape. Sorry, the analogy has gone too far.

    Tim Frost | 22/09/09 09:17 AM

  2. Tim Frost – Eeep! Sounds like those pictures gave off a lot of clues, eh? The company isn’t all that well known locally, though. Sooo.. is it what you expected of me? :)

    On the contrary, I’m happy to get a window seat – I get to experience as many blue sky days as possible (nowadays it’s mostly hazy grey, unfortunately). The light doesn’t bother me at all – no glaring reflections on my screen, thankfully!

    I think the analogy makes me wonder if I should permanently use a normal door or a revolving one instead.

    Strizzt | 22/09/09 10:20 AM

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