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About this blog: I was born and raised in Livermore with scientist parents who moonlight as musicians and a brother who is much louder and much more fun than I am. I am a published and very poorly paid author of the young-adult fantasy 'I Am Not L...  (More)

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The horrifying truth

Uploaded: Aug 5, 2013
Mondays. The jarring beginning of the work week, the guillotine-like cut off of the weekend. The day that I seem to have forgotten everything I once knew about routines, schedules and where on Earth I've put my keys, my glasses, my purse, my brain...

New evidence has come to light showing that The Mondays may not be a human failing after all. The constant misplacement of personal items that inevitably results in being late to work might not be in the brain at all -- but in the devious personalities of these 'lost' inanimate objects.

How did my keys end up in the sofa? Why are my sunglasses under my bed? How did my alarm get set for 7 p.m.? Am I crazy?

No. I'm just another victim of what experts have termed IOM, Inanimate Object Migration.

It seems shocking, but after years of close observation, the scientific community has proof that this conspiracy is going on right in your own home.

Warning: this image may be disturbing.

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