Sleep is also for the sleepy.
Werewolf of London wrote:
I JUST KNEW THIS WAS WARREN ZEVON, EVEN THOUGH I'VE NOT HEARD THE SONG BEFORE. AND NO, IT WASN'T FROM THE WARFWOOF OF LONDON ALIAS, ITHER.
ANYWAY I HAVE DECIDED TO SPEAK IN ALL CAPS UNTIL I GO SOTO SLEEP. I'M SERIOUSLY COTNEMPLATING GOING WITHOUT SLEEP AGAIN TONIGHT. THAT WAOULD BE REALY F+@$ING INTERESTING.
ANYWAY LITTLE MORE THAN 100 COMICS TO GO. I HAVE BEEN WORKIN HARDLY ALL F++@ING DAY. I KINDA KEPT ALMOST FALLING ASLEEP IN MY 1100 CLASS THO.
Doodlebug Anklebiter's Movie/TV Roundup
Please, gelfling, please! The best fantasy movie ever? Well, definitely the best all-puppet fantasy movie ever! Plus: Kira is a high-level druid. A+
Reds Okay, first off, I'm a red; second off, I have a deep and abiding crush on Diane Keaton from roughly '75-'80; third off, even Ronald Reagan liked this movie! A+
Two movies featuring Nazi scientists:
The Boys from Brazil, which wasn't very good (C), although the scene where Gregory Peck as Dr. Mengele
Spoiler:was pretty cool.
gets his throat ripped out by a Rottweiller
Captain America: The First Avenger, which also wasn't very good. I'm going to give it an F, but that takes into consideration my very disappointed Cap-lovin' fanboy self. Take that away, and it probably deserves a C-. I was all on board for the beginning, but didn't much care for it once
Spoiler:From there, it just went downhill, fast. Also, too many montages.
Cap started swimming faster than a Nazi submarine.
And finally, "Is he in Heaven, is he in Hell, that demmed elusive Pimpernel?" I saw there was an A&E miniseries of this starring Richard E. Grant, and I was all excited to watch it and root for Chauvelin and the Committee of Public Safety, but the first hour and a half was pretty boring, so I gave up.
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Which of course means a lame crossover of that little chick and the rooster and Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner. I say lame because you just pictured it and it was pretty bad.
Also, how do you know it wasn't raccoons? Raccoons are responsible for most of the world's ills.
Wow this Chrome spellcheck sucks.* I think I will get some Firefox all up ins tonight.
*"Raccoon" is a word but "raccoons" isn't? Is it like "sheep" and "sheeps?"
Andrew 'Veracious Dude (VD)' Hussie wrote:
>Resist urge to rerereread MSPA? Y/N
So, my declarations of war against cartoon characters was premature.
Our missing chicken wandered out of the woods this morning.
The other hen, however, is still missing her tailfeathers.
The Epic Story of the Poultry in Our Yard
So we started with 6 chickens. They were so cute when they were chicks but then they grew up and they became haughty b!tches.
Then we got 4 guinea fowls, which are very pretty birds, and 4 turkeys, who were absolutely adorable.
So, then they all grew up, but they maintained two separate flocks. The flock of chickens were bullies and would beat up the smaller turkeys and guinea fowl.
Until the Night of the Coyote. S/he got 2 chickens, 1 fowl and then, and here's the real kicker, s/he WAITED AROUND WHILE S/HE DIGESTED THEM AND POOPED THEM OUT! What chutzpah!
After that, the two flocks merged and the guinea fowls' watchdog-like qualities became pronounced (too little! too late!) and they would run around like crazy, making a god-awful racket everytime you pulled into the driveway.
Skip ahead a few months, and two of the guinea fowl have disappeared. It's two weeks before Thanksgiving when, one night, ALL the turkeys and the remaining guinea fowl (who, poor thing, thought she was a turkey) disappeared! When questioned about their whereabouts, the chickens just played dumb.
But, and I shiznit you not, the day before Thanksgiving, two of the turkeys came back! Their loyalty and faithfulness was repaid by being turned into makhni. Yum yum yum.
And then, this spring, like a woodland spirit, a red rooster came out of the woods. He startled my friend who pulled his gun on it, which my other friend said was the funniest thing he's ever seen. Anyway, my OTHER friend came home and locked up the coop without realizing there was a rooster in there, one lone cock with four, nubile hens who had never known...well, let's just say he never left.
He was really nice for a couple of days, but then he became a raving, diabolic terror. He attacks anyone who comes near him and he pecks on the womanfolk mighty bad. But they love him, the dumb hens.
Anyway, there's been the occasional hawk attack, but we haven't suffered another casualty since last Thanksgiving. Yet.
This one poll on this one home page of this one game I occasionally play wrote:
f. Taking a midterm
I CHOSE F FOR "F!#%IN CARE ABOUT EDUCATION"