A new kind of security company?

The last few weeks I’ve been spending a lot of time with a couple people. I might spend a lot of time with them, but I don’t talk to them much because I usually have my iPod on and I’m listening to music, a podcast or watching The Daily Show. If I did listen and talk more, I might have to do something that I think might be done better by others. Let me give you a couple examples.

Example 1: Hypothetically, If when I’m at home and roommate #1 is away, roommate #2 asks where roommate #1 is or visa-versa I should not be sad because my roommates do not ask me where I am. They don’t need to ask where I am because they are talking to me. If they did I might think they were crazy.

Example 2: Some school grounds have a lot of gopher holes. I’m sure everyone has stepped into one and fallen down. It could be quite hazardous, but if someone where to fall down because of a hole and jump right back up, you shouldn’t have to ask them if they are okay. I would assume that the fact that they are walking again means that questions would be unnecessary. To some people, I would be wrong.

I know I have my own insecurities, but it seems as though some people obsess over why people aren’t thinking of them all the time. For these people there needs to be a new security company that can be called to provide emotional backup. I know I can’t do it.

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