Compliance in the eye;
Erring in the Belly.
Last night, while we were sleeping, it got very cold. I tried to start the car but it wouldn't start. Eventually, the battery went dead.
I was working with an entertainment group. I was called out on a job in which I was to dance while being scantily clad. Sheryl White and some other women were trying to help me find something that I could wear that would still be legal. I was trying to argue that the whole thing just wouldn't work. Meanwhile, a woman came in wanting someone to sing at her wedding, and had some other ideas that seemed complex and were still developing. She somehow got the impression that I had all the answers and no one else knew what they were doing. She came to see me while Sheryl and another woman were trying to figure out how to use my ring modulator. We had the phone line running through it. The woman patiently watched me in admiration while we worked with the electronics. She looked a little like Candace Bergen.
Until a little more than 200 years ago, the power derived from water, wind, and muscle was sufficient to meet the people's energy needs. However, the introduction of power-driven machinery into the manufacturing process in England started us on a quest for ever-increasing amounts of energy which could be used to run our machines and do our labor.1