One giant leap

August 21, 2009 § 2 Comments

A really excellent way to avoid all contact with human beings is to live alone and work from home, perpetually plugged into the genius that is the internet. Not only does that minimize interaction with people, it also greatly reduces one’s ability to speak. However this is not entirely a bad thing, as foot in the mouth therapy really isn’t all as promising as some would claim it to be. One of the great advantages of conducting all communication online is that it keeps mixing with others to an absolute minimum. By this surely none would be more wonderful that grocery shopping on the net. The joys of this medium of buying had eluded me until the last couple of weeks, where I discovered that not having to wait in line at the supermarket and stomping amidst the weekend crowds has bestowed me with more pleasure that one would think possible. Not to mention all heavy items carried by a beefy man all the way to your doorstep. It is less expensive that I thought, and worth so much more than I could ever imagine.

My conversion to full-time hermit is almost complete.

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