Levni Yilmaz – Random Acts Of Somethingness – Tales Of Mere Existence
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[Levni Yilma] Source: LYBIO.net
The other day I was getting a new tire for my bike and the clerk asked me, “Do you need some reflectors?” I said, “I don’t know”. And he said, “Here you can have these for nothing”. I was surprised and a bit taken aback and so I said, “Wow! Thanks. Do you give these out to everyone?” And he said, “Sure, our customers are no good to us dead. I thought he had a pretty good point and as I was riding home, I started thinking. As paranoid and cynical as I am most of the time about people, I have to admit that humanity sometimes has its moments.
Once I was going through a used record store, because I had this goofy song going through my head that I hadn’t heard since I was a kid. Anyway I found the album, but it was $14 and I didn’t want to pay that much for one song. So I asked the guy behind the counter, “Hey man I can’t really afford this. Would you mind playing this one song?” He said, “Oh my God! That’s one of the worst songs ever written. No way am I going to play that damn thing. I’ll tell you what though, if you can get that piece of shit album at least five miles away from me, you can have it. Deal? You have horrible taste. Now get the hell out of my store”. So I said, “Thank you”. And he said, “Oh, no problem, you’re welcome”. And I left.
Another time, a couple of years ago I was flying home for Thanksgiving and I had on this cool old 1970’s coat with a faux fur collar. The stewardess said, “I like your coat”. And I said, “Thanks”. And we chatted about the marvels of eBay and second hand shops for a few minutes. I slept through much of the flight, but when I woke up, she brought me a couple of box dinners and said, “You missed dinner and I didn’t want to wake you. Take these, just don’t tell anyone, okay”. And I said, “Okay”.
I would have thought that this was just a fluke, but on the flight back basically the same thing happened, like this, “nice coat”. “Thanks, eBay” “Great.” I sat down. *snores* “Didn’t want to wake you, your food” “Thank” you and so on. By the way I don’t have any delusions about being so charming that I melt the hearts of flight attendants. I really think it was just my coat.
I realized that all these stories thus far are just about me getting things for free, but while appreciated they were nothing compared to this last one.
[Levni Yilma] Source: LYBIO.net
When I was about 19, I was driving somewhere in New Hampshire with my brother and we stopped at a Burger King. I had very long hair at that time, and right by the bathroom was a group of about 12 college students who looked like this. One of them said, “Get a hair cut”, which must have been a very funny thing to say, because the rest of them went hu, hu, hu, hu. Anyway so I said, “Yeah, okay no problem”, and went into the bathroom.
When I came out the guy was standing there with three of his friends, and he said, “Did you say, fuck you to me”. And I said, “No”. And he said, “I think you said, fuck you to me”. And I said, “No I didn’t”. And he said, “Yes you did”. And I said, “No I didn’t. And he said, “Yes you did.”
Just then a very low voice behind me said, “No he didn’t”. I turned around and sitting there was this 300 pound biker guy, who I am guessing had his own methods of dealing with injustices. Anyway the situation seemed to evaporate right there. As I passed by this guy’s table I said, “Thanks man”. And he said, “Take care kid” and I left.
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