September 2, 2009

If one more person…

Posted in Grief, The Angry, The Just a Little Sad at 7:21 am by Dagny Taggart

…for whom I am allegedly a priority treats me as though I am anything but, I cannot be held responsible for any dietary and/or retail transgressions I may commit.



  1. vvk said,



    Dietary and/or retail transgressions are good for you… in moderation. IMO anyways…

  2. Brian said,

    If it helps, you are top three on my reading list. Granted, this is probably not quite the prioritization you’re looking for, but I figure it can’t hurt, right? 🙂

  3. A boy named BLVD said,


    Allegedly or supposedly, if one is to assume, the standard is to be considered a priority. I’d wonder why you were in with persons who might not mirror your ideal of what that means. Appreciate for individuals other than yourself, this word will have different textures, weights and values. It’s unfortunate that so often these words, we think we know so well betray us. Understanding isn’t wrought of definition but of practice. I’d request an audience and ask some questions. Shop and eat if you must or make this issue a priority.

  4. […] and Mr. Taggart, whose lamentations of infrequent visits are touching (albeit frustrating when they forget that I AM supposed to visit and make plans to go out of town.  […]

  5. vvk: Of course, it’s the moderation that’s problematic… thanks 🙂

    Brian: Flattery definitely helps. 😉

    BLVD: Answers aren’t always easy to get, even if you ask the right questions. I’m not sure that consumption and investigation are mutually exclusive.

  6. Alias Faux said,

    I just want to thank Yoda for making an appearance! 900 years old, and still taking the time to comment on blogs.


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