Has it been so long? I guess time flys when you're having fun. More important, does time fly when I'm having fun? Even more important: am I having fun? Well, am I? Do you feel lucky, p...stop right there. This is not the time for a movie (either you get it by now or you don't) quote. Actually, any time is time for a film quote, and I'm sure to get around to that, but not just yet. Lets stay on the beam here. Time. Fun. Brings to mind: fun time. Let's make that Funtime. Just what time IS Funtime? Is it planned, or is it a will of the wisp sort of thing? Do we have fun before we realise the time? Do we set aside time for fun? Is the fun we have planned more fun than the fun we haven't (planned)? If we are having fun do we care about the time? Do we even notice the time when we are having fun? Does it just "Slip away"? Fly away? Do we care? Do we miss time? Is time more important than fun? If so, then we must stop having fun. Of course, that's easy, just look around you. Strife, violence, hate, murder, revenge, Star Wars, Steven King, Raindrops Keep Fall'n' On My Head, litter, political correctness, stretch pants, philosophers, re-runs, oh, the list goes on and on and on, gloom and doom are all around us, drying our skin, clogging our pores, dulling our teeth, graying our hair, falling our arches, an endless world of misery (did I mention Stevie King? I think I did, but he's worth an extra mention) sucking the life right out of us. Woof! That was fun. And it just flew right on by. So I guess the answer is yes, time does fly when you are having fun, or when I do. And yes, I am having fun. Well, I WAS having fun, but now it's time to get serious so my fun was a bit short lived. Time to wrap it up. Business. Ball Points, Plastic People, Photos, Grunch (sigh, Grunch, how I miiss Thee), all dragging their heels of late. in just a moment I'll be drifting off to my room to try and come up with something (SOMETHING!) to submit here at dauntlessANTAGONIST. I could use a little help here. Input, you know? Never mind. You really don't have the time for input, do you? Too busy having fun I suppose. Oh well, what the hell. So, there I am, gone.
Oh Yes. I haven't forgotten. A motion picture quote. Who said "Come to Greece." to what (which) member of the opposite sex in a black and white drama featuring incest, angst, and a fast car? A hint: it was a modenised version of a Greek Tragedy (is there any other kind?) and even had a real Greek in it.