Over- Under- Wire...Overload
It used to be that being too wired referred to an ill-fitting undergarment. Today, as reminded by my fellow Odd Ducker, Gillian Driscoll, PhD, when her skills "rewired me", the electronics I've been exposed to lately had me retro-fitted for off-tangents.
Odd Duckers are susceptible to electronic overload; a sneaky and invasive means that fragments, tangles, confuses and befuddles even the most even-keel Ducker.
Be aware! Cure? None.
Electronic Overload is every where.
Go ride a horse, take a walk, wriggle your toes in the sand, get your fingernails dirty, check out the stars.
Other wise, you could burn-, spin- or fry-out. Life's too short for overload. Don't let
Don't let life pinch.
More's comin'. I, Point Ducktress, know of what I speak.