Saturday, January 06, 2007

why are there always ambulance sirens when a cool change is imminent?

Possible answers:

1. People can't stand the tension and do themselves damage or various organs just naturally shut down
2. They aren't ambulance sirens, they're Bureau of Meteorology sirens warning of possible light rain. The BOM and the Ambulance Society did a bulk siren order back in the 80s
3. The ambulance drivers get overexcited by the pressure in their skulls and go crazy
4. They are the ambulances of my mind rushing to put out fires on the sails of the windmills of my mind
5. ...?

1 comment:

Meredith said...

Rheumatic knees & elbows start twingeing: old folk think "rain is coming, I must clean the gutters"; they fall off their ladders.