Lenny is a band. A rock band. Like the kind that you might talk about, say, at coffee or between classes or getting high in the basement. If that's your thing.
To be perfectly clear, Lenny does not condone recreational drug use, because you should only take psychoactive drugs when directed by a physician. Like, you know, during surgery.
SO ANYWAY, the other day I went to the doctor for, you know, a check-up. Just a check-up. No big woop. Nothing all that new - I'm a year older, I'm still 5'9", Still fat. I still don't smoke, and yeah I drink alcohol. How much? Why should I tell you? So anyway, I went to the doctor for, you know, a checkup, and this nurse starts firing all these questions at me.
I'm starting to work up a sweat, cause I realize the room is kinda small and there are no windows and the door is closed and The Nurse With The Austrian Accent is asking me about how often I exercise and my left arm is getting squeezed purple by the blood pressure thing. You know. The sphygmomanometer. I had to cut and paste that. No shame. Medical words are simply IMPOSSIBLE. They are the twenty-sided die of words. God will get SOMEONE, SOMEDAY for them. Whatever.
So I'm sitting there being interrogated by The Nurse With the Austrian Accent, and I decide to hold my breath because that's gotta work, right? She's rattling away on her laptop, muttering under her breath in some Germanic dialect about her computer and my vision is starting to grey out and all of sudden I had this epiphany that every movie preview I have ever seen, anywhere, uses the same dialogue. Almost word by word. Then I start cataloging, staring at the O2 sensor on my finger, all the movie previews I can remember and wondering if I can get the saturation number under 90.
I get all the way to Terminator:Judgement Day when the Nurse With the Austrian Accent butts in with, "...you are not feeling so good no?"