id's Page of Blathering Idiocy
Well, I've moved away from Texas, and as not to offend the wonderful[sic] people[sic] from there, I shall refrain from expressing any opinion on the state. I will say that I saw the Alamo, which has in front of it the only patch of green grass in the entire state. I now know why they were defending it, although I think it would have been much simpler just to move.
I'm now back in Virginia, where they have more than one tree, and these trees have leaves that change color; as opposed to the trees in Texas, which merely have leaves with spikes. Oh, and the trees are so far apart you can only see one at a time.
I still plan on putting up more high quality, low calorie articles for the guide. I think that this can be done, I am sure of it. Yet, it hasn't happened since I said that a year ago, and who am I to mess with the status quo?
Upcoming articles that may or may not ever come to be:
Mandatory drug testing from the point of view of one who has never done drugs.
My curse upon the people who want me drug tested which involves near fatal rectal bleeding.
Painting your walls with the naked painted bodies of your good friends - or indigent youths.
Overdoses of body wash, body creams, and body shower spray all in the same scent.
Climbing the rocks of Great Falls, VA.
The musical stylings of John Valby; Bongos, Bass, and Bob; Billy and the Boingers; Captain Beefheart; and many, many more.
Some things not to do with plaster.
Maybe, and I say maybe, the SubGenii.
If you would like one of these topics to be put on the front burner, please let me know. Any interest in these things would greatly increase whatever motivation I have to work on them.
As they say, the weather is here, wish you were beautiful.
Rev. David 'id' Bills
By the by, the 'id' in my name is in no way associated with the id Software Group. I do not in fact even play first-person shooting games.
It also is in no way associated with the id, ego, and super-ego of Freudian fame. Although I appreciate the play on words.
'id' refers to the second syllable of my given name, "David." As I was growing up, I noticed a disturbing trend among my fellow David's to drop the second syllable of their name. I simply am trying to reverse the trend.
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