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Sunday, January 08, 2006

A Sure Sign of Cabin Fever

The squirrels around here get a bit restless in winter. Per exemple:


-----Original Message-----
From: your_little_ Hun
Sent: Friday, January 06, 2006 8:45 AM
To: big_ass_ sequoit_ admin
Subject: RE: Pictures

To My Network Administrator:

I can't open the XMAS 2005 pics.
Access is denied.


-----Original Message-----
From: big_ass_sequoit_admin
Sent: Friday,January 06, 2006 9:45 PM
To: your_little_ Hun
Subject: RE:Pictures

I will decide who is worthy to view the XMAS 2005 pics.
Incidentally, using "xmas" is traitorous in view of the War on the War against Christmas. luser.

-----Original Message-----
From: your_little_ Hun
Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2006 10:30 AM
To: big_ass_ sequoit_ admin
subject: RE: Pictures

It was you that named the folder "XMAS 2005, luser.
And I'm not worthy??????


-----Original Message-----
From: big_ass_ sequoit_admin
Sent: Saturday, January 07, 2006 2:15 PM
To: your_little_ Hun
Subject: RE: Pictures

Hmmmmm. Was likely autonomic adherence to secular based enterprise naming policy.
Appropriate permissions applied. Have a smurfy day.

Perhaps it would be better if we could just go into cryogenic capsules for the duration. Unsurprisingly, this syndrome of winter ennui has its own acronym, SAD, which stands for
seasonal affective disorder. Symptoms?

  • regularly occurring symptoms of depression (excessive eating and sleeping,
    weight gain) during the fall or winter months.
  • full remission from depression occur in the spring and summer months.
  • symptoms have occurred in the past two years, with no nonseasonal
    depression episodes.
  • seasonal episodes substantially outnumber nonseasonal depression episodes.
  • a craving for sugary and/or starchy foods.
  • odd fits of attempts at levity, such as emailing each other snarky stuff
    from the some console. (I added that one)

The thinking is that our bodies are confused as to why we are going to and coming home from work in the dark―we never listen, do we? It is thought that this condition might be exacerbated by long periods of darkness. AHA!

Yesterday was (in Milwaukee, anyway) our 15th consecutive officially overcast day. Virtually no sun in about a half a month. This is a new record, breaking one from 1991, I think (Grandma's got the paper now, and it already took two trips to remember seasonal affected disorder, I'm not going back again).

Eerily, this timing coincides with the previous losing season for the Packers, the year they traded for a backup quarterback Brett Favre. This will give you an idea of just how thorough the local media is at inserting something about the Packers into every single story ever written.

The article mentioned that today and tomorrow are going to be the same sad story.

There's nary a cloud in the sky.

2 Comments:

At 11:23 PM, Blogger bob said...

Gusto's ex-gf was diagnosed with SAD a couple winters ago. They gave her a placebo pill and the biggest lamp ever invented. Turns out, she was just crazy.

P.S. I like the Xmas powerpoint presentation.

 
At 9:14 AM, Blogger sequoit said...

That's the thing when you volunteer like that, sucks landing in the control group.

 

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