I have a question for you all:
When you guys are reading two books at the exact same time, one with your left eye and one with your right eye, how do you choose which books to read?
- Do you go for contrast and variety?
- Do you choose one to engage the left side of the brain and one the right?
- Or do you pick two books that compliment each other?
Now I know what you're thinking:
Wow, seriously Dave, you read two books at the exact same time! You're phenomenal!
And in reply, shucks, those are awesome things to say to me. I really appreciate your thought process. Many people would have questioned me over my above questions. Perhaps asked if I was being literal. Maybe tried out reading two books at the exact same time, one with your left eye and one with your right eye to see if you could do it. Maybe looked up on the Internet ‘world’s most incredible people’ and seen how many times my name cropped up. But you guys went right for impressed belief. And I love you guys for it.
Sure it makes you look a tad dumb in the brain, seeing as I don't literally do that, and I was actually speaking metaphorically as a way to talk about the horrific situation developing in the stray hairs found on most bathroom floors, but the point has now become that you think I'm phenomenal? Wow, thanks, that's awesome!
Today was the best day of my life, I saw a movie, I did a podcast, I went to the gym, I ate some delicious food, and I got called phenomenal. It doesn’t get better than this.
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