Sunday, August 03, 2008

Satisfying your MDAFRR

From certain very faint and technical signals sent to us when you clicked your way onto this blogg, GLOBBER has informed me that you are ... oh, my. This is serious.

Are you feeling unreal? Do you need to awaken the wonder of reality, and the delight of living in this real world? I thought so. (See, the mouse knows from your weak and hesitant clicking.)

Are you meeting your Minimum Daily Adult Fictional Reading Requirement?

Aha! I didn't think so. Well, you don't have to go very far to get help.

Just visit and you'll feel better soon.

The FDA does not know or understand about this requirement, so don't bother looking it up on their web site. But the ACS does:
Truth, of course, must of necessity be stranger than fiction, for we have made fiction to suit ourselves.
[G. K. Chesterton, Heretics CW1:66]
And be sure to eat well and get some good sleep, but even more importantly, be grateful. This is the way to supernatural health.

And don't forget to have a more substantial meal once in a while: check out my novel, Joe the Control Room Guy - it's illustrated, and it's good for you!

Paradoxically yours,
--Dr. Thursday

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