Thursday, September 30, 2010
Randomly reprinted post (XXIV)
Heave a supercharged battery into a live wire fire, watch what happens, and--here's the important part--don't blame me.
From flashes of lightning we go to rumbles of thunder, and I wish we didn't. I had a grand total of two (2) hours of sleep last night due to the sonic effects of G-d riffing on His bongo drums.
Seashells with thumbtack paste taste good with marinara sauce, Leastways, that's what I've heard. But you don't to take my word for it. Uh-uh.
You burn faggots. You're supposed to burn faggots as well. If you don't understand that (and you probably don't) consult a dictionary and a thesaurus.
If I could just combine all the stray cats in my neighborhood into one big cat, I could probably take over Indiana. If you want to join my revolutionarily random revolution while it's still in its pre-planning phase, dial 1-800-I-AM-AN-IDIOT. If someone answers, please hang up and whistle 'Dixie'.
TODAY'S BOOK: 'Fantastic Voyage', by Isaac Asimov ((c) 1966)
TODAY'S MOVIE: 'Air Force One', from Touchstone Pictures (1997)
WWWW2?: Tony Gwynn.
TODAY'S WEBSITE: http://www.doonesbury.com/ Rounding out the list of four comic strips I read daily, G.B. Trudeau's Doonesbury--now in its 35th year--has a website that, besides running the daily strip as a matter of course, also features asinine quotes (usually political), links to current news (usually political), and an admittedly meaningless straw poll (almost always political), as well as useful information on the strip itself and a collection of cartoons Trudeau drew at Yale before embarking on his current career."
--26th post, 12/27/06
Thursday, September 23, 2010
TODAY'S BOOK: "The Secret of Platform 13", by Eva Ibbotson ((c) 1994)
Sunday, September 19, 2010
Isaac Benjamin Davis?
Go to your room, young man.
TODAY'S BOOK: "Have You Seen Hyacinth Macaw?", by Patricia Reilly Giff ((c) 1981)
Monday, September 13, 2010
I'm in a video!
You can catch glimpses of me at 2:48-2:51 and 3:25-3:27 - that's 5 whole seconds of airtime! Wow!!
TODAY'S BOOK: "The Boy Who Saved Baseball", by John H. Ritter ((c) 2003)