Thursday, July 29, 2021

If you use Mail Chimp, you’ll probably discover your missives have gone to defunct addresses. It’s like supporters of the Big Lie who charged that many people who voted for Biden were dead. Actually, it’s a reverse séance, not the dead talking to you and making the lights flicker, but you trying to have the last word. There’s nothing more disconcerting than somebody who decides you’re not worth their time. Usually, it’s someone you didn’t give a fuck about anyway. However, you always want people to look at you as a contender and not someone who’s a nobody. So that’s the virtue of these old "dead letters." You can let those who've crossed over know about your great success, even though they’re no longer here. Let’s say someone’s kicked. Does that mean you're not going to have one last chance to demonstrate how wrong they were? Even in the case of unrequited love, the answer is a fervent yes. The only problem is, if you start to get replies from, you may be experiencing a psychic break.

Read "God Redux" by Francis Levy, HuffPost

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