If You Stay Away From The Rail, Guess You Won’t Fall Overboard

Posted: March 9, 2009 in Miscellaneous

I think Preacher Ken may have borrowed the quote, but I like it either way… “It used to be only one person carried a telephone at all times – the President of the United States, in case of nuclear attack. Now, we are all that important.”

A psychologist could have a field day with me:
* I have a cell phone, but I always keep it on “silent” because I don’t like having one that much.
* I eventually get around to new technology, but I’m never the first one to jump on board.
* I enjoy television shows, movies, and good books. But if everyone says something is good to watch/read, that makes it less attractive to me.
* I try not to embarrass my relatives by the clothes I wear, but I couldn’t care less about fashion.
* I like having money as much as anyone, but I despise chasing after it.
* I’m a religious guy of some sort (I was a preacher, for goodness’ sake), but really churchy people make me nervous.
* If it’s the “in” thing to do, then generally count me out.

I have no point with this, other than a psychologist could have a field day with me. I don’t think I have a fear of commitment, but maybe I have a fear of extremes – of getting too “into” anything.

Don’t know where that comes from, or more especially what it means. Maybe I could figure it out if I completely sold out to understanding it.

But that just wouldn’t be me.

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