Since I bought my little cheap townhome in Sealy, my life has been extra interesting. This is why I have chosen to share my thoughts around the country. In order for me to deliver my message I posted a huge elleckert.com sign on the back of my tractor/trailer. Curious to discover whether or not my sign has brought me any extra traffic, I hurried to my 'big' computer to have a look-see….I am happy to report a slight uptick. I expect this to increase quite a bit once I hit Los Angeles traffic, and other heavily populated urban areas. People get bored on their little Blackberry and iPhones sitting around in dense smog. They like to hit a new website once in awhile.
Stories about the groaning of neighborhood gossips, the vanity of the flouncer (she talks and walks like she is high-stepping on a needle full of meth), the tawdry politics of the local school district, the filth below, and other various interesting topics (kiddie porn perverts etc.) should keep readers entertained between brief spurts (excuse the pun) of moving traffic. Fictional characters, or real life events, the root of my inspiration knows well its own common name. Since vanity is so "in" these days, to the point of absurdity, my characters can revel in their self pride, and adulate at their own meager successes. I can make them famous!
But maybe I should stick to more relevant and important discussions: the lies of BP, Obama's frivolities, the encroaching threat of Islamist radicals, the overtaking of America by illegal residents, raising peppers, and the importance of a clean car. Intellectually, these topics should create traffic time discussion, debate, and bring carpoolers closer together, mentally and spiritually. After all, nothing is more dismal than a carpool gone wrong; some poor individual slinking to the curb and feeling the shame of an argument taken too far could possibly commit suicide or strike his wife.
I will let all of my late night, and dedicated closet readers, know how my sign is doing. I may even invest in a couple of them for my long-distance friends…the more elleckert.com advertisements out in the real world the better.