The Mind-Numbing Effects of Fall
This is just for fun,.
Sure, I know you're thinking, It's not even September yet. But hear me out.
Here in Indiana, we all know how the seasonal changes work - that is, how they are a little counter-intuitive. To me, this is the best part of summer; right when it blends into fall. The days are still fairly humid, but the nights are beautifully calm and cool. Wearing shorts in the morning and sweats at night is exhilarating to many.
But what I have found the most interesting about fall, is the way some of us act. Something about fall just mind-numbs us. To prove a point:
For a moment, I thought CNN was actually going to say something about Perry's political beliefs. But unfortunately, mind-numbing essence of fall even hit the CNN writers. Should we vote for a Texan? That's our worries: A Texan? Oh well, CNN had a good run. Or we as an audience did.
But I'm fair, so enjoy the outside side of why-do-we-care-about-this.
"The private conversation between Rhodes and Obama was partially picked up by a TV camera, but the audio was tough to make out."
Anyone out there have this video? Did the president argue with someone? Oh. My. Lordy. Wait, isn't that what presidents do?
And here is more proof of the Early Fall Effect, or E.F.E.:
Fear, focus, and the future. C.M. Humphries talks about writing, horror, and whatever.