I could write something about the absurdity of people every single day. We simply have to read the news and within 30 seconds you can find the insane. Here’s a example hot from today’s headlines
It appears a woman was exposed to his indecent exposure on four separate times. She even videotaped his nudity and actions. You can read all the sorted details if you like.
Now this sounds to me like contributory absurdity – to complain about someone else, instead of turning the cheek and minding your own business. I’ve walked around naked in my house many times looking for clean laundry or just trying to cool off. My wife is a cold-natured person and her need to have our interior environment on equality of the planet Mercury is about to suffocate me. Sometimes without my knowledge she opens our blinds after I shower and I’ll stroll by, and then run by to prevent exposing myself to the general public. Her response when I complain about my involuntary exposure, “No one can see you!”
You wanna bet? Read this article madam. Our next door neighbors may be watching with binoculars and a video camera. Just ready to file charges that might cost me thousands of dollars and public humiliation. Besides I am no longer a stud, like I was in my 20’s and 30’s. If I was, then I’d be cooperating with my neighbors like movie stars and social butterflies, like the Cardsharkians who pimp themselves out for everything, to make a few bucks. But I am 53, which means I went from stud to dud in 60 seconds flat. This is why they file assault charges. Filming duds causes irreparable eye and brain damage. They will also file punitive damages from my puny appearance. It’s insane I tell you.
Now that I have informed my wife about this news article, I’m afraid that in the days to come I’ll answer the door and I’ll be served to appear in court for visual sexual assault. Who is the complainant? My wife, who insists the 10,000 times I’ve run around naked has done her irreparable harm.
I don’t know why I torture myself reading the news. It gets more absurd with each passing second. Have a nice day.