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February 21, 2005

TRAVEL ADVISORY

Blogging may be light today, as this blog will be on the road -- but not, alas, on a frog safari.

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where does all the snow go? into my basement of course.

*pulls on attractive green waders to go retrieve a pack of smokes from the basement freezer*

if im not back inna few days, i've drowned. please send flowers.

*runs through semi-nekkid*

Wake up!!!!!

*runs back out to get some work-type stuff done*

hey! today is free paake day at Ihop!

Free paake day!? Well that 'splains where the moaties are.

Susan! Quit streakin and runnin! Stick around for a bit... well, dont be sticky, although that may be fun... on the other hand, it all depends on what you sticky... OH LOOK! Something shiny! --->

anyone know if this has been posted on the MB?

Not that I know of, Trillian, but I don't get to the MB as often as I intend to.. I'd say send it in, and see if it gets posted..

*puts on some party beads* I didn't think I was supposed to go find them, I thought I was supposed to get them for rampart flashing... shows what I know..

*is here*

If I'm not around much, it's entirely Wikipedia's fault. People are giving me translation requests left and right. Finally, something to do!

Also, I have three prospective suitors after me. Apparently I'm irresistible to guys on Wikipedia. All three are French. One of them is particularly *ahem* interesting.

Barcelona weather report: cloudy with a bit of a chill in the air, though a few days ago it was very late-springlike.

Anyway, heinzing: Brian, the pictures are lovely. Susan, watch out for those fumes. Kaf, a photo of you in the t-shirt is a must for the Y.

Kaf's got a wet t-shirt photo on the Y! ???

*runs, doesn't walk, to the Y!*

Tom's daughter is a waitress at the Chinese bistro at the Galleria in Ft. L. We went there at Christmas and it has incredible food. Incredible prices too, but it's worth it.

She and I went shopping at the Galleria and it was a much nicer mall than anything near my place. Chico's had stuff over 60% off so I bought several more pieces of their travel clothing. I ♥ their travel clothes.

RITA!!

KIBBY!!!

UTERUS!!

UTI!

OVARIES!!

Hmmm, wonder what's going on here at school? We were just told to lock our doors, close the blinds, and not to let anyone else in or out until further notice.

We're always given notice if there's to be an intruder drill, along with a code red, blue, or white.

Damn, now I have to pee.

SPLEEN!!

Whoa, now a dog is barking. Must be a drug lock-down. Sounds like they found something.

CLAVICLE!

That must be some big-@ss dog. I can hear it panting way down the hall.

... here we go with women body parts again!

RAMPARTS!

SILICONE!

SEMINAL VESICLES!!

KIDNEY STONES!

Tom's daughter is a waitress at the Chinese bistro at the Galleria in Ft. L. We went there at Christmas and it has incredible food. Incredible prices too, but it's worth it.

She and I went shopping at the Galleria and it was a much nicer mall than anything near my place. Chico's had stuff over 60% off so I bought several more pieces of their travel clothing. I ♥ their travel clothes.

Posted by: rita | 08:39 AM on February 21, 2007

It looked expensive, Rita. Too bad we didn't know, we could have said "hey" to her. We just ate pizza & salad at the (nicer than usual) food court, and Jackie bought pants at Macy's and a brush at the Brush Store. (Yes, guys, there is such a place. They sell brushes; period.)

Today Jackie's sister is going swimming and we're going to Chipotle for lunch. Yay!

And pypetad is still refusing to let me post unless I get the "right" IP #s.

Oh, and my lucky niece Tracy is leaving for Hawaii today.

Aloha.

LEETIE!

ANAL FISSURE!

*waits for Mr. Fissure to swim up from the basement*

*snork*

Hey Rita, what did they find? And can I have some?

Overheard, right now, in my office:

"Oh that's fine, I'll take the rap for the mistake. Just tell them it's the fault of the dumb blonde that works for you." - - a brunette on the phone.

KABOOM!

*scattering*

Tom's daughter is a waitress at the Chinese bistro at the Galleria in Ft. L. We went there at Christmas and it has incredible food. Incredible prices too, but it's worth it.

She and I went shopping at the Galleria and it was a much nicer mall than anything near my place. Chico's had stuff over 60% off so I bought several more pieces of their travel clothing. I ♥ their travel clothes.

Posted by: rita | 08:39 AM on February 21, 2007

It looked expensive, Rita. Too bad we didn't know, we could have said "hey" to her. We just ate pizza & salad at the (nicer than usual) food court, and Jackie bought pants at Macy's and a brush at the Brush Store. (Yes, guys, there is such a place. They sell brushes; period.)

Today Jackie's sister is going swimming and we're going to Chipotle for lunch. Yay!

And pypetad is still refusing to let me post unless I get the "right" IP #s.

Oh, and my lucky niece Tracy is leaving for Hawaii today.

Aloha.

Posted by: Jeff Meyerson | 09:55 AM on February 21, 2007

Jeff's niece is getting lucky.

I'll find out at lunchtime, Leetie. I'll be in the main office then and can usually get the dirt there.

But I get first dibs on whatever they found. My nephew is on the police force.

Jeff, any time I use and html code, I have to answer to the bot; try to avoid using the codes and see if things work better for you.

Tom's daughter is a waitress at the Chinese bistro at the Galleria in Ft. L. We went there at Christmas and it has incredible food. Incredible prices too, but it's worth it.

She and I went shopping at the Galleria and it was a much nicer mall than anything near my place. Chico's had stuff over 60% off so I bought several more pieces of their travel clothing. I ♥ their travel clothes.

Posted by: rita | 08:39 AM on February 21, 2007

It looked expensive, Rita. Too bad we didn't know, we could have said "hey" to her. We just ate pizza & salad at the (nicer than usual) food court, and Jackie bought pants at Macy's and a brush at the Brush Store. (Yes, guys, there is such a place. They sell brushes; period.)

Today Jackie's sister is going swimming and we're going to Chipotle for lunch. Yay!

And pypetad is still refusing to let me post unless I get the "right" IP #s.

Oh, and my lucky niece Tracy is leaving for Hawaii today.

Aloha.

Posted by: Jeff Meyerson | 09:55 AM on February 21, 2007

Jeff's niece is getting lucky.

Posted by: «LabSpecimen» | 10:10 AM on February 21, 2007

Why is the MOAT so slow again?

Tom's daughter is a waitress at the Chinese bistro at the Galleria in Ft. L. We went there at Christmas and it has incredible food. Incredible prices too, but it's worth it.

She and I went shopping at the Galleria and it was a much nicer mall than anything near my place. Chico's had stuff over 60% off so I bought several more pieces of their travel clothing. I ♥ their travel clothes.

Posted by: rita | 08:39 AM on February 21, 2007

It looked expensive, Rita. Too bad we didn't know, we could have said "hey" to her. We just ate pizza & salad at the (nicer than usual) food court, and Jackie bought pants at Macy's and a brush at the Brush Store. (Yes, guys, there is such a place. They sell brushes; period.)

Today Jackie's sister is going swimming and we're going to Chipotle for lunch. Yay!

And pypetad is still refusing to let me post unless I get the "right" IP #s.

Oh, and my lucky niece Tracy is leaving for Hawaii today.

Aloha.

Posted by: Jeff Meyerson | 09:55 AM on February 21, 2007

Jeff's niece is getting lucky.

Posted by: «LabSpecimen» | 10:10 AM on February 21, 2007

I want to go to Hawaii

AVALANCHE!

Good morning!

Why is the MOAT so slow again?

Didn't I ask that a couple of days ago, Leetie?

DOLORES!

Tom's daughter is a waitress at the Chinese bistro at the Galleria in Ft. L. We went there at Christmas and it has incredible food. Incredible prices too, but it's worth it.

She and I went shopping at the Galleria and it was a much nicer mall than anything near my place. Chico's had stuff over 60% off so I bought several more pieces of their travel clothing. I ♥ their travel clothes.

Posted by: rita | 08:39 AM on February 21, 2007

It looked expensive, Rita. Too bad we didn't know, we could have said "hey" to her. We just ate pizza & salad at the (nicer than usual) food court, and Jackie bought pants at Macy's and a brush at the Brush Store. (Yes, guys, there is such a place. They sell brushes; period.)

Today Jackie's sister is going swimming and we're going to Chipotle for lunch. Yay!

And pypetad is still refusing to let me post unless I get the "right" IP #s.

Oh, and my lucky niece Tracy is leaving for Hawaii today.

Aloha.

Posted by: Jeff Meyerson | 09:55 AM on February 21, 2007

Jeff's niece is getting lucky.

Posted by: «LabSpecimen» | 10:10 AM on February 21, 2007

I want to go to Hawaii

Posted by: slyeyes | 10:14 AM on February 21, 2007

I think I'll have a burrito for lunch.

I think she was making fun of you, Jeff.

Keith, who sits in the cube next to mine, is not in the office today.

Isn't today the day for swallowing in Capistrano?

Why is everyone copying what everyone else is saying?

Are we playing a game and neither side has chosen me?

I'm not having trouble with the bot or anything. The only time I have to do it is when I post a link.
Otherwise everything is just fine.

Oh god I hope so.

*heads [snicker] to Capistrano*

Oh, wait. I'm a month ahead of myself.

LAB! Come back, they're still spitting.

El, I think it's because Jeff, who pointed out that the MOAT loads slowly for him, and he has to robot, copied and pasted Rita's entire post, making the MOAT bigger, instead of saying something like "That bistro looked expensive, Rita".

Beth, who sits in the cube on the other side of mine, is also not in the office today.

*swallows big bite of chocolate chunk cookie*

*hopes that this is what the dog was looking for*

Mary, who shares her office with me, is at a meeting today. So I have the cookies to myself.

If the dog doesn't find them.

*wonders if today is a holiday in Ohio and they forgot to tell Lab*

My daughter has to work tonight.

MiB: Does wikipedia pay for translating? Which reminds me, will you be going to school? You were frustrated at the lack of educational opportunities in Kourou, but now that you are back in Europe, are there more opportunities?

Lab, I don't complain about having to robot. I accept that it's the way it is. I was just answering Kaf & DDi. As for the slowness, I'm pretty sure (or was) that it had to do with the dialup here. But then Leetie and DDi said it was slow for them too.

My sisters husbands sisters husbands mothers uncle called in sick today.

Nothing slow here... Stoopud robot was catching me yesterday, but that was the issue across the board and not just with the moat, as was stated a few times.

The MOAT isn't slow for me. I was just being a s#!thead. Part of the initiation ritual.

When little Suri Cruise goes to school, the teachers may call her Miss Suri. Which sounds like Misery or Missouri. Won't you let me take you on a Miss Suri Cruise. *snork*

I really wish I had selective memory.

Leetie, it's now on record that you are, indeed, a sh!t-head.

dayhum, somethin stinks to high heaven down here.

*wonders what makes me go hmmmm*

*replaces ppppledge ppin with honorary badge of s#!ttiness*

SO, that's what SLY was meant when she said Rimsh!t.

I get it now! I get it!

nope.

False Hope.

Who says you can't polish a turd? I'm living proof!

Turds are not Polish!

No, but I bet I could get some English on one.

*wishes she understood what everyone was talking about*

*doesn't have a clue*

Hoo-ee! Hoo-ee baby!

*makes note to cut back on the caffeine*

I think we're going to have to change the name of the MOAT to the CESSPOOL.

pssst. El. try : A Cue. Doesn't have a cue.

As in - I haven't got a Cue what you guys are talking about.

Now that would absolutely definitely be mildly humorous, I'm almost pretty sure.

Just nod and smile El, and everything will be ok.

Ok. What's with the crazy 'cut & pastie' thingies?

Kibby: Don't ask questions that you dont really want to know the answers to. ;) *smooch*

OK! Is it pivo:30 yet? Fishy, Lab?? You guys got some leaded beverages to share or are ya gonna continue hanging onto them for yourselves?

I've been told I enjoy sarcasm.

*wonders how Kibby knew she was wearing pasties*

*wonders how Kibby knew she was wearing pasties*

PIVO:30!!!!

WELL, at least you're wearing two of them.

*shares Lab's Lead with DDi*

*doesn't have a cue*

*waits for multiple snorks*

*wonders who Fishys saving his lead for*

Fishy is shaving his lead?

*gets in line to see pictures or proof*

Secrets of the KibEl Detective Agency (motto: have crap cam will something) will NOT be divulged!

... unless there's sufficient evidence against him ... ;0

*stumbles in* I felt so ill last night.. maybe that's why I still have all my beads..

*offers generous snorks for the revelry of the day*

Rita... that stuff I gave you last week? Hide it or flush it before the dogs get there, 'kay?

Susan, cye.....

I worked with a guy once, who, in fact, DID shave his lead. And knicked it. Then, his wife, simultaneously, had a yeast infection, and guess where it crept?

I bet, he really wishes I was making that up.

kibby goes: "eeeeeeewwwwwww!"

Kaf echoes Kibby's sentiments

*goes to have PIVO which should disinfect just about anything!*

I'm scared... I know the words to most of the advertising on WCRE.

*echoes Kibby and Kaf on the ewwwww*

El, coming up.

Kaf, I know all the words to them too. We really should change some of them...I'm having a hard enough time getting new material for outdated non running stuff, never mind replacing current stuff.

Oh well....

Susan, it's just that I was walking across the room while the ads were playing and speaking along with them.. Wannamaker Drugs & Cheraw Pawn, Gun & Jewelry. I surprised myself.

Those haven't changed in ages...and there aren't a lot in the noon hour anyway...

If I did change them...it would just sound wrong...

wait. If you change your underwear it sounds wrong?

see. that's why I never change mine.

Iron them, yes.

Someone has some splainin to do.

fish?

Mr. Fisher, I am very glad I had lunch early and came back now to read your story instead of catching it before I left... Actually, I hope I dont catch it at all. Ewww!

*itch*

VAGISIL!

What stuff, Kaf?

*innocent look*

The official word is that it was a random sting search and nothing was found. I guess that's why our resource officer said she was heading back to the station to "log in" what was found this morning.

Has anyone heard from neo? I only have one address for her, and she hasn't answered the email I sent there a few weeks ago.

Since the thing with her ex and sister? No. But that was only a couple of days ago.

What??? I haven't had time to see what was going on for the last month. I hope she's okay.

rita, I've heard from her. She's doing OK. Just not in the most fun mood right now, but she'll be fine.

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