Now I'm wishing I hadn't even started this whole subject, because the deeper we get into it, the more I sound like a jerk. Maybe I've hit upon a real pocket of political incorrectness in myself here. There are probably lots of people driving around with narcolepsy support ribbons on their cars who'd find these thoughts downright politically incorrect.
Dang. Now I'm mentally designing the narcolepsy support ribbon. It should have a deep, velvet black background with twinkly stars all over it and a half-moon with its eyes closed. And of course it would say I Support Narcolepsy.
We all entertain odd thoughts like these. I mean, I wonder how many narcolepsy supporters would have to admit a little twinge of intrigue at the idea of having a friend with Tourette's syndrome, for example? Probably many.
And all those people would be considered intolerant by the Tourette’s supporters, conspicuously recognizable by their signature bright yellow and red ribbons that blare Fuck, Yes, I Support Tourette's.
At this point, I'm not even sure why I started this whole train of thought. Hope that doesn’t indicate some short-term memory loss, which would have an orange support ribbon, I think. And it would read I Support...
Anyway, for some reason, I still think it'd be cool to know somebody who has narcolepsy.