Getting A Round Tuit

Regular readers of the RonnBlog may have noticed (or not…whatever) that this week’s edition is a bit later than usual.

By way of explanation, I would refer you to The Art of Procrastination: A Guide to Effective Dawdling, Lollygagging and Postponing by John Perry. Perry is a teacher of philosophy, a professor emeritus at Stanford and a half-time professor at the University of California, Riverside. So he probably knows what’s what.

I’m told his book is an enlightening tome that demonstrates how what he calls “structured procrastination” can be a very good thing. I plan on reading it myself soon.

Now then, here’s my view on procrastination…hey, what’s that bright, shiny object?


Today’s Fact Cetera

In Houston, Texas it is illegal to grunt when moving boxes.

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  1. I would be a Deep Thinker but it takes too much energy

    My rebuttal to your postulate that Mr. Perry “…knows what’s what” is based on the premise that if he were truly well versed in the art of procrastination, the book would not (yet) be available.

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