rejectomorph (flying_blind) wrote,

Running afoul of the inanimate.

The more things I have, the less time I have.
Was it Faulkner who said "Time never really comes alive until the clocks stop?"
I have at least a dozen clocks in this house. None are stopped. And I have come to believe that the most insidious clock in the house is the one in this computer.
It is perpetually six minutes fast.
I will never catch up.

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