Heavy rotation.

Share and Enjoy:
  • Digg
  • StumbleUpon
  • del.icio.us
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Bookmarks
This entry was posted in philosophy, value. Bookmark the permalink.

25 Responses to Heavy rotation.

  1. wolfger says:

    Insomnia, nothing. I’m normally awake for both events. It’s called “having a day job”. Or maybe it’s called “having a long commute”…

  2. Stef says:

    My kind of optimism!

  3. qka says:

    Insomnia, nothing. It’s called Winter in the North Country.

    We call it the tunnel. You leave for work in the dark, you come home in the dark. Maybe at lunch time you see some daylight.

    So I guess we miss the beauty of the sunrise and sunset.

    Thank goodness Spring is coming!!!!!

  4. Stephen says:

    I love the optimism displayed in today’s 3×5. :)

  5. Christina says:

    Or: life with a teething baby. :)

  6. Lily says:

    Or: 2 am in the summer in Alaska.

  7. Mike says:

    Or: one outta’ two ain’t bad. I don’t do mornings anymore.

  8. jordan says:

    insomnia or just a great night of hanging out and having fun? you decide.

  9. Eric says:

    …I think my curse just became a blessing! W00t!

  10. Pingback: » Daily pleasure ‘Insomnia’ edition

  11. Stripe says:

    Any way you look at it, we’re all burning it at both ends.
    Among other things to help you turn in, tune out and drop off, I recommend sleeping with a fan.

  12. Jamie says:

    Or: It’s FINALS time!

  13. Sarah says:

    Sleep is overrated…this is perfect.

  14. Or having a job in winter . . . except both views are from my office window!

  15. cheese says:

    Not to nitpick, but the act of watching a sunrise and a sunset are two events, fairly distinct in time. They might have an overlap in other aspects though.

    I would word it: What you don’t need mastercard for

  16. jered says:

    … or Antarctica in December.

  17. Pingback: what consumes me, bud caddell » Indexed » Blog Archive » Heavy rotation.

  18. Eve says:

    Or: perfect.

  19. rei.lento says:

    I wonder what would be the complemet of this set. In other words, what out be on the outside?

  20. rei.lento says:

    What is TV for, anyway?

  21. tagyoureit says:

    or the marriage of Tzeitel and Motel in Fiddler on the Roof.

  22. mir says:

    well once i watched the sunset in the sea, then rise from the sea (i was havana/cuba for vacation) and then i watched it set again then some star watching :)

    i miss that time.. thanks for reminding me !

  23. Schackråttan says:

    This really depends on where you live. In late december i can watch both sunrise and sunset during lunch.

  24. Guest says:

    It could also be the sad little prince

    • Guest says:

      sorry i meant it could also be the sad little prince instead of how insomnia can be beautiful