Wednesday, November 23, 2005
Scattered, Pre-Coffee, Morning Introspection
Posted by Sam at 11:05 AM | tags: life
I dreamt that I gave my little sister a Polaroid camera as a wedding gift. She responded politely, but it was obvious that she was disappointed.
It was snowing (just a wee bit) on the way to work today! Yea! I heart snow!
I can't wait till it's cold enough to freeze my beard. I love that.
Slowly, over the past three workdays, I've been creating my very own army of little paper monsters... whom I've dubbed "friends." My co-workers think I'm insane. They don't know the half of it.
I've started a flickr photo group entitled, Orange is the fastest color... To quote myself: "This group is devoted to the proliferation of the color orange (the fastest color) in its purest form: the bicycle. Please consider contributing a photograph of your homebrew orange bicycle to this flickr group. It's time we, as a community, band together and unite! Lovers of the orange bicycle need no longer lurk in the shadows. Our time has come! Our day is now! Our bicycles are orange!" Membership is burgeoning. Who knew the orange bicycle would have such a devoted following?
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. I'm thankful for the Autobots and their undying commitment to the obliteration of evil and the protection of mankind... no matter what the cost. Those Decepticons sure are a sour lot... aren't they? I just hate them so much! Maybe not Soundwave though... I have a feeling that he's just misunderstood.
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Swing by my house tomorrow and I will drink a toast to the Autobots with you!
Comment By TheDarkLordDerfla on November 23, 2005 11:30 AM
You and I both know that putrid neon green is so much faster than orange.
Comment By Dr. Kennedy on November 25, 2005 11:21 AM
Ya, I have to agree with Dr. Kennedy about neon putrid green being the fastest color. Actually its only the second fastest color the fastest color is whatever color Honda decides to use to revive the legendary CRX
Comment By DrunkAfterWork on November 26, 2005 9:36 PM