catception

[seg] 18 de dezembro de 2017

pego por algum vórtice… não consigo escrever e publicar nada (e se avoluma a lista de coisas escritas e que ficam apenas nos rascunhos. talvez seja o número de pessoas na casa… a zoeira das coisas… o excesso de informação na cabeça… as demandas. mas hoje… vamos torcer para tudo dar certo. que os dados sejam lançados e o dia comece.

Novel by Joseph Heller.
“You’re wasting your time,” Doc Daneeka was forced to tell him.
“Can’t you ground someone’s who’s crazy?”
“Oh sure, I have to. There’s a rule saying I have to ground anyone who’s crazy.”
“Then why don’t you ground me. Ask Clevinger.”
“Clevinger? Where is Clevinger? You find Clevinger and I’ll ask him.”
“Then ask any of the others. They’ll tell you how crazy I am.”
“They’re crazy.”
“Then why don’t you ground them?”
“Why don’t they ask me to ground them?”
“Because they’re crazy, that’s why.”
“Of course they’re crazy,” Doc Daneeka replied. “I just told you they’re crazy didn’t I? And you can’t let crazy people decide whether you’re crazy or not can you?”
Yossarian looked at him soberly and tried another approach. “Is Orr crazy?”
“He sure is,” Doc Daneeka said.
“Can you ground him?”
“I sure can but first he has to ask me to. That’s part of the rule.”
“Then why doesn’t he ask you to?”
“Because he’s crazy,” Doc Daneeka said. “He has to be crazy to keep flying combat missions after all the close calls he’s had. Sure I can ground Orr. But first he has to ask me to.”
“That’s all he has to do to be grounded?”
“That’s all. Let him ask me.”
“And then you can ground him?” Yossarian asked.
“No, then I can’t ground him.”
“You mean there’s a catch?”
“Sure there is a catch,” Doc Daneeka replied. “Catch-22. Anyone who wants to get out of combat duty isn’t really crazy.”
There was only one catch and that was Catch-22, that specified that a concern for one’s own safety in the face of dangers that were real and immediate was the process of a rational mind. Orr was crazy and could be grounded. All he had to do was ask; and as soon as he did, he would no longer be crazy and would have to fly more missions. Orr would be crazy to fly more missions and sane if he didn’t, but if he was sane, he had to fly them. Yossarian was moved very deeply by the absolute simplicity of the clause of Catch-22 and let out a respectful whistle.
“That’s some catch, that Catch-22,” he observed.
“It’s the best there is,” Doc Daneeka replied.

22h00. ok. 40h/34 em sala… 17 primeiros anos dispostos assim: escola #1 -> 4 (duas manhãs, 8 aulas), 5 (duas tardes, 10 aulas), 4 (duas noites, 8 aulas) e escola #2 -> 4 (duas noites, 8 aulas). comprei microondas, forno elétrico e uma vaso sanitário. meu dedo doeu o dia inteiro… comecei mais alguns poemas… [lembrete – transcrevê-los para cá]. e o pensamento negativo do dia foi… tu fez um acordo de cavalheiro, tu devias ter batido o pé e demarcado que as 40 eram tuas. e será que essa brecha fortalece o pedido dele para “reordernar-se”? meu pensamento positivo diz… tudo vai dar certo.

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