P is for Putz
It is a known fact. Putzes are no longer clutzes. Look around. Retirees and baby boomers happily putz along the highway on holiday and wear knobby-knee shorts and floppy sandals.
Crafting aficionados putz about, making this and that out of crooked driftwood, old wool, and recycled soup cans. Gardeners putz and grow weird broccoli, Tiger lilies, stiff-necked garlic, and lumpy gourds. They also poke cautiously at vegetables that change colour when cooked.
Even their sunflowers are strange.
Inventors may be the best putzes by default, inventing new stuff out of old bicycle wheels to happily putz with, generating free electricity from cabbages and hiding snacks behind toolboxes in secret workshops.
That's a whole lot of putzing if you ask me. See how popular putzing has become? It is now more popular than naked ice climbing or accordion-playing in the deep end of the swimming pool.
Join the putzing revolution. The pandemic global shift to smart putzing is a historical event, almost as exciting as tectonic crustal shifts and stopping volcanic popcorn kaflooies.
The most skilled putzes are adept at making minute, minimal and incremental putzic adjustments worthy of fine art. Serious putzing, after all, means twiddling, fiddling, kaboodling around, fine-tuning, and playing with the good to make it better.
The curious neophyte may mistakenly hypothesize that packaged instructions provide the the same benefits as traditional old-fashioned putzing. At Incoming Bytes we are convinced that no automatic system or instructions can equal the precision adjustments made by a professional old putz.
Clever readers of Incoming Bytes should insist upon clear instruction in the fine art of putzing from their elected putz mentors. After all, if you're going to be a putz, you may as well get it right.
Is that incoming I hear?