I've been way too serious lately.
You are The Smiths: You were a peripheral player in the eighties, people thought it was cool to be your friend, but they never really wanted to spend time with you. Go watch Twin Peaks reruns.
Take the Corporate Mascot Test at Willaston's Lounge!
Inner demons, annoying bunny, Morrisey....who needs psychiatry when you have online tests?
I also took the autism quotient test at wired http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/9.12/aqtest.html. I scored a 32: Eighty percent of those diagnosed with autism or a related disorder scored 32 or higher. I only find this interesting because when Natalie was first tested for her learning disabilities when she was little, I was told she had "autistic tendencies" and that she probably got them from me. We seem to be getting along just fine, thanks.
I was going to do my whole list of "What I Learned" just like my pal, Homer Simpson. But I need to get to work, so I will do it...at work! Meanwhile, a life's lesson from Homer:
There is no such thing as a bad doughnut.
Ain't that the truth?