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Hi! I'm temporarily brain dead. How are you?

Right now, my brain is mush, so my mental capacity is moot. Earlier, I tried to poke it with a stick, to see if it would move or something, but all it did was make a disgusting squishy sound. I tried electricity, but then it transformed into something that not only made even more disgusting squishy sounds, but something that looked disgustingly squishy.

So please, don't ask me any hard questions, or why my head feels more like a soup in bread bowl - attention: Hannibal Lecter - lest my brain completely liquefies and floods out of my ears or something. I won't be able to clean the floor.

Squish, squish.

There it goes again.
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For Now
Avenue Q

PRINCETON: Why does everything have to be so hard?
GARY COLEMAN: Maybe you'll never find your purpose.
CHRISTMAS EVE: Lots of people don't.
PRINCETON: But then- I don't know why I'm even alive!
KATE MONSTER: Well, who does, really?

KATE MONSTER: Everyone's a little bit unsatisfied.
BRIAN: Everyone goes 'round a little empty inside.
GARY COLEMAN: Take a breath,Look around,
BRIAN: Swallow your pride,
KATE MONSTER: For now...
BRIAN, KATE, GARY, CHRISTMAS EVE: For now...
NICKY: Nothing lasts,
ROD: Life goes on,
NICKY: Full of surprises.
ROD: You'll be faced with problems of all shapes and sizes.
CHRISTMAS EVE: You're going to have to make a few compromises...For now...
TREKKIE MONSTER: For now...
ALL: But only for now!
(For now)Only for now!
(For now)Only for now!
(For now)Only for now!
LUCY: For now we're healthy.
BRIAN: For now we're employed.
BAD IDEA BEARS: For now we're happy...
KATE MONSTER: If not overjoyed.
PRINCETON: And we'll accept the things we cannot avoid, for now...
GARY COLEMAN: For now...
TREKKIE MONSTER: For now...
KATE MONSTER: For now...
ALL: But only for now!
(For now)Only for now!
(For now)Only for now!
(For now)Only for now!
Only for now! (For now there's life!)
Only for now! (For now there's love!)
Only for now! (For now there's work!)
For now there's happiness!
But only for now! (For now there's comfort!)
Only for now! (For now there's friendship!)
Only for now (For now!)
Only for now! Only for now!
(Sex!) Is only for now!
(Your hair!) Is only for now!
(George Bush!) Is only for now!
Don't stress, Relax, let life roll off your backs
Except for death and paying taxes,
Everything in life is only for now!
NICKY:Each time you smile...
ALL:...Only for now
KATE MONSTER: It'll only last a while.
ALL:...Only for now
PRINCETON: Life may be scary...
ALL:...Only for now
But it's only temporary
Ba-dum ba-dum
Ba-dum ba-dum
Ba dum ba-dum
Ba-da da da
daba-da da-da da da-da
Ba-dum ba-da, ba-dum ba-daohhhh-
PRINCETON:Everything in life is only for now.

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