A Conversation for The History of Insomnia
ska Started conversation Jun 16, 2003
Recently I've adopted the solutions of Napolean, Edison, and Dumas, putting my cursed "extra hours" of awakeness to good use, usually by reading. Of course, this time is always plagued by the lack of focus and slight insanity that sleep-deprivation tends to cause, but I'm sure I'll get more used to it. It beats lying wide awake in the still of night, desparately alone, hoping to slip into that sweet slumber.
I used to do the exact same thing as Ben Franklin. Warm beds suck!
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