Sorry I've been away a while. I seem to be having some sort of inner ear difficulty. I feel like... remember when you were a kid, and you tried to play a 45 (kiddies, ask your parents) without a spacer? You tried to line it up perfectly on the turntable, but no matter what you did, it was always a little out of whack by the end of the song? That's the way I feel. No pain, no sickness, just a little bit out of whack. I may actually go to a doctor tomorrow. I hate going to the Doctor in NYC, because even when I have an appointment, I wind up waiting for hours in the sitting room. Once, I was taken to an examining room, (where they take your blood pressure and temperature before the doctor sees you,) where I passed out. I woke up a half-hour later, made my way to the nurse's station, and asked what had happened. They had simply forgotten about me. Needless to say, I never went back to that office.
Also, a Doctor's visit is never the end of it. If I go, the Doctor will want me to go to someone else the next day and take some tests, which I won't find the results out for until God knows when. Why can't I go see Doctor McCoy? All you had to do was lay down on his table, and some "womp-womp" thing would go by above you. He'd look at the flashing colors and know just what was wrong with you. Then he'd put a painless "hypo" against your arm and you'd feel all better. And if you were already dead, it gave him a chance to say, "He's dead, Jim!"
I'm having fun imagining all the things that could be wrong:
Total Solipsistic Universe Collapse
Psychic invasion by 5th dimensional begins
Alien gestating in my brain stem
Turning into a vampire (blood deficiency)
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo *(most likely the case, but why be normal?)
Maybe I just need more sleep. Or less sleep. Who knows.