Procrastination: the fine art of accomplishing the unimportant.
Go read that essay if you want something funny or brilliant. It's much wittier and more profound than anything I can come up with at this ungodly hour of the night.
I was going to write a "litany against panic" (styled after Herbert's Litany Against Fear) and a pick a response text from the Psalms, but that seemed too much like important work. What's great is that I've actually been able to do some research on procrastination instead, which seemed like a tangential waste of time, but I think I'll be able to use that research for a project in my composition theory class!
This also means that I'll be writing that litany against panic sometime this weekend.

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