In which I insist I am not making a liar of myself

I am not a liar because yesterday when I wrote that I did not know what I wanted to do next, I did not know. But shortly after writing that, I knew what I want to do next.

I want to mostly sit around, sometimes catching up on DVDs that I have bought without watching, while at least three separate entities each pay me $92,000 per year. None of them are precisely sure what I do. But they each clutch tight to the bargain they’re sure they have, as they estimate they should expect to pay someone of my talents up to $94,250 per year. Also, none of them are aware of the others. They sometimes suspect there’s some other group paying me something for some reason, but they don’t wish to disrupt what they agree is a happy arrangement by asking questions.

Since this arrangement would be so clearly good for everyone involved, it’s what we ought to be doing. I’ll give the business world through the end of this month to get it all set up. Someone please leave a comment when it is. Thank you.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

2 thoughts on “In which I insist I am not making a liar of myself”

  1. Perhaps a seance is in order…contact the ghost of Steve Allen and ask him to 1) think of something he didn’t think of while he was alive and 2) ask him if he minds if you profit from it seeing as how you’re still alive and he isn’t,and 3) ask him to forgive you for that attempt when you tried to do a web version of “Meeting of Minds”without the approval of AllenProductions Inc.


    1. Oh, yeah, that would be great. I bet he could probably spare a song or two since he wrote, like, eight thousand of them during his life and nobody can name any of them except ‘This Could Be The Start Of Something Big’.


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