Micro 3

This is the third post in the series Microposts. Start reading at the beginning, Micro 1.

1

Hey, it’s-a me-a, your boy Mario, coming at you from the Mushroom Kingdom

#wahoo

2

There is only one train that runs on these tracks, and I am getting off at the last stop, but that won’t stop me from anxiously looking up every minute to check that I am on the right train and that I haven’t missed my stop

3

I think “you can’t judge a book by its cover” was invented by a slacking book cover designer

4

bless /Volumes/ThisMess

5

Is it cooler if your first name is Wolf, like Wolf Blitzer, or if your last name is Wolf, like Executive Producer Dick Wolf

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—Thanks, Mr. Wolf.
—Please, Mr. Wolf is my father. Call me Executive.

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This is me.

A sequence of stills from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, 1971. Panel 1. A man stands in front of a large computer. &lquot;I am now telling the computer that if it will tell me the correct answer I will gladly share with it the grand prize.&rquot; Panel 2. The man, looking nervously disappointed, is reading from a computer printout card. &lquot;It says, 'What would a computer do with a lifetime supply of garlic bread?'&rquot; Panel 3. Three business men in suits. They appear to be deeply unimpressed. Panel 4. The first man, now looking quite stressed, is typing into the computer console. &lquot;I am now telling the computer exactly what it can do with a lifetime supply of garlic bread.&rquot;