Raise your hand if you’re old enough to remember that anti-drug commercial from the 80s. You know the one I’m talking about. Where the business guy is walking around in a circle, muttering “But I need to do cocaine! So I can work longer. So I can earn more. So I can do more coke!” It didn’t make me not want to take cocaine (not being an idiot had already taken care of that for me) but it did make me want to shoot my TV. I have the type of brain that seemingly likes to travel in circles like that, so I can’t get self-referential things out of my head once they’re in there. One time I spent days thinking about the expansion of the acronym PINE (which stands for PINE Is Not Elm.) Go ahead, think about it for awhile, I’ll wait.
Done? OK then, here’s another one. It seems Mr. Martin Batieni Kombate of Arizona got arrested for trespassing. He was due to be released on bail, but when the time came, he said he wasn’t going. So he stuck around the jail and… got arrested for trespassing. One naturally presumes he will continue in this way forever, much like the poor cocaine addicted businessman from the commercial. He’ll live out his natural life in the county lock-up, getting re-arrested every few days for the same crime.
Good work if you can get it, I guess.