by Michael S. Kaplan, published on 2008/01/09 23:13 -05:00, original URI: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/michkap/archive/2008/01/09/7049220.aspx
Posted live, because I still care....
Worth is hard to judge.
Am IDisposable now?
And who will collect?
I have to analyze the situation a bit further to be sure, but I am feeling kind of like a disposable resource at the moment. Thus the Haiku.
I suppose I'll manage.
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Serge Wautier on 10 Jan 2008 6:18 AM:
Wow, Michael, that's bad blues! I hope you'll indeed manage. Some people do care.
pb on 10 Jan 2008 7:07 AM:
There's no such thing as disposable person. Really, there is not. We are bound to this world with a million of threads and you can't just calculate an average of their worth to tell if you are worth... what?
Anyway, it's winter here on the northern hemisphere. It sucks -- how about travelling to some sunny place?
Michael S. Kaplan on 10 Jan 2008 9:05 AM:
Nothing to do with that, really.... it isn't depression or lack of sun. Jut feeling kind of disposable in particular situations of scenarios, because I seem to be to others.
Isn't anyone going to assess my haiku? :-)
It works on multiple levels....
Chuck on 10 Jan 2008 11:58 AM:
the haiku is good
you're not IDisposable
Michael S. Kaplan on 10 Jan 2008 12:08 PM:
Ah, good one! :-)
John Cowan on 10 Jan 2008 7:43 PM:
You should worgle in a mention of the season: winter would be appropriate, not only because that's what it is in the Northern Hemisphere, but because of the bleakness and dryness of the emotion.
Michael S. Kaplan on 10 Jan 2008 8:20 PM:
But April is the cruelest month....
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