Friday, October 1, 2010

I couldn't sleep at all last night

doo-doo-doodoo-doo, so I spent the hours witching myself, Randal, how should you go about linking the ghost of a legendary Cold War enemy

to today's insomnia afterimage, a complex, tantalizing essay with vital national security concerns &, moving further forward, how will this impact the future of Vladimir Putin, our Chinese overlords & the Bald Bull?


Where's the essay, you ask? Above, in invisible ink. It's good, trust me.


La Belette Rouge said...

I love the picture of the creepy guy checking out whether he needs Restylane injections or not. I think that shot is from Arsenic and Old Lace. Love that movie!
And, I have used the same invisible ink to write a detailed, thoughtful and glowing critique of your brilliant essay. Hope you enjoy it.
Sweet dreams!

Liberality said...

Invisible ink? Sorry, I don't do invisible.

Suzan said...


I'm going to start using that invisible ink myself.

It works great!


Susan Tiner said...

Wow. Incredible essay!

Randal Graves said...

LBR, gasp! You've not seen M? Now that I think about it, all blogs should be written in invisible ink. Newspapers, too. Subtitles, captions for the hearing impaired, instruction manuals.

liberality, fine, when the invisibility cape hits the market, I better not not see you wearing one.

suzan, it makes for a much more coherent post.

susan t, it should be, I worked all second on it!

sunshine said...

Even though I can't read your essay, I can feel the smart coming off of it.... big time. :)

Wasn't Peter Lorre in that "M" movie? I saw it years ago. All I remember is German police.


Demeur said...

See what happens when you teach the Chinese about the free market?

You didn't use what I think you did to write the essay? If you did I'm not touching it.

Tengrain said...

Graves, you swine!

I checked the source to see that your invisible essay is actually 10 breaks. I assume this is the number of breaks you take at work each hour.

I'm definitely going to try that!



Randal Graves said...

sunshine, the Deutsch Polizei only want to see your papers.

demeur, and how dare they, only we're allowed to use it!

Human blood.

tengrain, right, like a scan of source code will help. The ink is invisible, you filthy hippie.

Man, all this typing has me tired. Time for a break.

Tom Harper said...

Oh my God, what a shocking article! A gas pipeline connecting Russia and China?!? I knew it! Real Americans have known since the 1950s that Russia and China were conspiring against the world and they would bury us.

Freedom has died.

Beach Bum said...

The commies are laughing all the way to the bank. As for the essay, all I saw was "Paul is dead."

susan said...

Considering the current state of internet privacy issues we may all soon be writing our essays in invisible ink. Always ahead of the curve, aren't you?

S.W. Anderson said...

Video offering gave too-typical "Error loading; try again later" message. Alleged essay written in invisible ink. For illustration, a grown man making faces in mirror. And for substance, there's the link to a news story hyping a planned Gazprom pipeline from Siberia to Shanghai. (Trying to pump up Russian energy futures shares before dumping your cache, eh?)

Randal, you'd do better to get yourself three walnut shells, a pea, a TV dinner tray table, and make some spare cash in the gambling industry. ;)

Anonymous said...

Condivido pienamente il suo punto di vista. Credo che sia una buona idea. Sono d'accordo con te.
E 'vero! Mi piace la tua idea. Offerta di consolidare l'argomento.

Randal Graves said...

tom, easily solved. We simply send in Chuck Norris to ninja the sucker in half, the set the spill ablaze.

BB, soylent green is paul!

susan, or really really really really really behind.

SWA, what do you think I do at work, work? Although I'm thinking of taking up assassination 'cause some fucker's laughing at some garbage on his lap top and he sounds like an even more deranged version of the lunatic on Dark Side of the Moon.