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I thought I'd relaying the great though somewha t harrowing tale of the source of my braindamage.

The majority of my life time so far has not been spent reading bullshitting drinking writing doing sports or going for a walk...combined, its been watching tv more than anything else. Recognizing the frames of reference and control now are the beginning moves to giving the brain new light. Sitting in front of the computer is now taking over that spot.

Date Written: March 20, 2005
Author: BrainDamaged
Average Vote: 2

03/25/2005 TheBuyer: wow dude, profound much?
03/25/2005 Litcube: Man... I don't know what to say.
03/25/2005 Mr. Pony: I'm not so wild about the apparent message, but the shape and form of this short has me exhaling sharply from my epiglottis and squinting up my eyes. My forehead is all crinkled up, especially above my nose, which is pulling my mouth open and exposing my top teeth.
03/25/2005 Litcube (2): I have changed my MSN messenger display picture/name to epiglottis. Also, I start the bidding at 2 stars.
03/25/2005 Mr. Pony: I don't know, man--I think this is pretty convincing. (I'm just not at all sure how I feel about that.)
03/25/2005 Litcube: Convincing? From the description of your face, I'd say you were ready to swat/flail at your monitor. Your first attempt would fail due to the inefficient use of energy (mostly an absent minded diversion due to irritation). Upon the monitor's small wobble, you'd gain focus. The furrows in your brow would deepen, lips curled further, your back would come off its chairís rest, and you'd throw your triceps into an astonishingly furious swing at the monitor. If that didnít do itÖ Jesus, I hope your ok, guy.
03/25/2005 Mr. Pony: Well, convincing to the extent that this seems like it was written by someone with an actual brain injury. I hope that's not coming off as mean.
03/25/2005 Klause Muppet: Hey Author! Do you really have brain damage?
03/25/2005 scoop: Triceps?!
03/25/2005 Litcube: Triceps!
04/8/2005 The Rid (2): Litcube, I'll see your two stars.