Fine. My blog refuses to have a tagboard that does not prohibit scrolling down, in spite of the efforts of Dean (devoted husband) and Jason (tech buddy extraordinaire). It's not them, it's me. I am simply anathemical to certain forms of technology, that's all there is to it.
Did I mention that I also drain the batteries from flashlights? Really, you put a fresh flash in my hand, four hours later, it's toast. Guaranteed.
So, no tagboard. And I might as well go back to the template I really wanted in the first place, before I tried to accommodate a tagboard. Feh!
CLEM is not just the little-known second name of a well-known artist friend of mine (Hi there, you Clem, you!), it's also an acronym that stands for Conjugate Lateral Eye Movement. This is an involuntary autonomic response in most humans, usually triggered when we are asked a question or otherwise thinking deeply. The eyes move sideways to the right (indicating symbolic or associative thinking) or to the left (indicating visual or creative thinking). Most experts believe that the direction of your CLEM indicates your general thinking habits (i.e., whether you're more logical or intuitive), but some think that rightward eye movements mean you're accessing old information or memories, while leftward movements mean you're assimilating or fabricating information.
You're gonna start observing all your friends now, aren'tcha? You paranoiac, you...