Responsibility, Irrational Obligations, and Taxes

All right then. Sweet nothings it is. Yup, a whole week of absolutely nothing thought-provoking. Good night brains, everywhere.

On the plus side, I finished my taxes in World Record Time (Division: Me.) When I get around to it I'll probably draw a cartoon of me getting eaten by the Federal Schedule Monster.

Someone really ought to use the IRS's list of tax credits for their bucket list. Think of it...You could try to qualify for every one:

1. Make your own biofuel
2. Lose a mobile home park
3. Operate farm equipment
4. Plant trees
5. And More!

It would make for an interesting life, to be sure.

Next week, more actual thinking with the writing and the subjects. Pending.

Vacation week? Or maybe not.

Rar, this week I have to do the thing I was really trying hard to avoid doing and either:

A) Blog short nothings, or
B) Take a vacation

Yes, the tidal wave of live and work and taxes (Taxes? Didn't I just do those a year ago?) has finally overwhelmed me. I can't decide whether to revert to A or B.

On weeks like these, which choice is better? To stick to a faithful schedule, or to hold off until I can actually complete a thought? I mean, I feel rather bad about posting if I can't even finish a