DG doesn't spend much time online. Even when he did, it was mostly playing online games or reading NASCAR stuff I searched for him. So, when I come across a funny video or an article, I'll show him, or read the pertinent parts out loud. When it comes to article-reading though, I have to translate English into Disabled Guy Stroke-English, which means mostly changing words like "pertinent" to "important".
I was reading this article from Cracked.com and of course, started reading parts of it out loud to him. When I was done, I said, "We're on that list. People want to be our friend because we drive pickup trucks."
Me: "Because, like the article said- everyone has to move sometime..."
He replied: "Ah..." and I figured that was that. But moments later, he said, "How do they know we drive pickup trucks?"
DG: "Those people."
Me: "What people?"
DG: "The ones who wrote the article."
Me: "They don't. I said it. The article-writer has no idea who we are."
DG: "Oh. So he doesn't read your blog?"
Me: "Its your blog and no, probably not."
DG: "Then why would he want to be our friend?"
Me: *sigh* "He doesn't want to be our friend. Number seven on the list of 'friends people need' is the guy with a pickup truck. And that's us. We're guys who drive pickup trucks." (he drives a full-size Chevy Silverado shortbed. I drive a mid-size four-door Chevy Colorado. Plus, he has a utility trailer).
It took him a few moments to process this and then he said, "Fine. I don't want to be his friend either."
In deck-related news, last night at almost 9 PM (it was still light out), I went outside to check on him. He was almost done. He had three railing posts left to put in (then the railings). I asked if he was going to stay out and finish since he was so close. Nope. He was coming in right after he attached the railing to the posts.
He ran out of the screw-in post anchors. Three posts short!