Thursday, April 8, 2021

Servitor of Gates




It is by the will of Gates alone I set my mind in motion. It is by the shots of Pfizer that thoughts acquire speed, the bots acquire signals, the signals become a warning. It is by will of Gates alone I set my mind in motion.

All kidding aside, I really didn't even feel any adverse reactions to the first Pfizer inoculation.  I woke up at 6:30PM today and thought, "Damn, I'm really fatigued..." Then I thought for two seconds, and realized that this is exactly how someone should feel after leaving the house at 2PM, taking a 150 mile round trip, getting a shot, and working an overnight shift.  

Truth be told, I was pretty much bouncing off walls last night, and didn't actually get to sleep until about 10AM this morning.  Part of this is, no doubt, due to the feeling of relief that accompanies receiving the first shot and knowing that I am in line for the next one in three weeks.  Even better is the knowledge that many of my friends are currently receiving the vaccine.  

I'm looking forward to experiencing the small pleasures of life, such as sitting at a bar, drinking a draft beer and shooting the breeze.  I'm not a big one for new year's resolutions, but this year I resolved to just socialize, because I missed it last year.  Already, my next-door neighbor is making plans for a big backyard BBQ.

That would make becoming a cyborg servitor of Bill Gates worthwhile.


StringOnAStick said...

Right there with you, definitely!

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

That's just the nanobots talking!

Ali Redford said...

���������� I'm just so happy for everybody!

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

It's such a relief, Ali.

Jimmy T said...

Got my vaccine three weeks ago, all is well except...