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Monday April 15th 2017Tim Candler9


     One of the issues with being a shut-in is that when you get out and about in the social sphere you soon discover your skills in that area have deteriorated to the point of being almost non-existent and your use of language has progressed to that place on the continuum where others of your species usual politely assign the brain damaged.



   On the positive side it's actually very good practice. It prepares a person for the end times, gives an understanding of how one might prepare for those final lucid moments. This way the final utterance might make just a little bit of sense to others and won't be dismissed as a rambling collection of misplaced words. Very important on the death bed not to raise eyebrows.


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