Monday, June 20, 2005

Where minor rebellions are fomented...

It's time to get organised people.

Late sleepers of the world, ARISE!

  1. Read the Late Sleeper's Bill of Rights and add your own amendments.

  2. Encourage your friends, family, and colleagues to read it, too. Take printouts to them -- say, after lunch, when you're mentally sharp but they're lapsing into a post-burrito coma.

  3. Start a discussion group in your area. Hold meetings in the evening or late at night, when the early risers are safely tucked away in their beds and you can get down to the serious business of scheming.

  4. Don't give in to the false promise of assimilation! Be proud of your hours -- revel in your ability to breeze in door last! Enjoy your sense of well-restedness! Schedule meetings for 9 pm -- if they expect you to work outside your natural timeframe, do the same back at them!

  5. And remember: There's nothing wrong with getting a good night's (or morning's) sleep.

I'm adding:
Forcible yet humane relocation of every last be-winged noise maker, including that chronologically challenged rooster crowing at two in the morning, which has taken up residence in my back yard.

5 Ninjas, 1 Kitten and a Fifth of Vodka!