Thursday, December 16, 2010

7 5 2 0 days without a paper cut

Returns, beautiful returns, now and forever, amen.

I've always wondered what percent were actually read. While I ponder such a cosmically important conundrum in lieu of substantive posting in the frozen turf, click & read the fellow travelers on the lower right. Sadly, expect a dearth of metal, the fucking heathens. 



BDR said...

Bibliography stuffers, 90% of them.

sunshine said...

I'd venture to say that probably most of your returns have come back, unread. :)

"Fellow travelers on the lower right"??? Are you talking about us that need help??
Yes!!! Come to my blog, I have Oatmeal cookies! :P

Lovey song. What a beautiful picture that goes along with it! Tres scary!


ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I do in fact need help.

I'm working here in Columbus where it is cold and snowing. However, I want to be retired and snorkeling and such as in Belize.

La Belette Rouge said...

From what I hear paper-cuts are the "worst". Worse than stab wounds or the like. You work in a high-risk environment. I commend you on your bravery.
p.s. That video went unwatched.;-)

Mary Ellen/Nunly said...

I drove through Ohio last week and the weather sucked, thank you very much. On the good side though...none of your State Police stopped me while I was speeding. They must have been reading their library books and not paying attention to their radar.

I waved to you, btw, did you see me? :-)

sunshine said...

I love the site that ifthethunderdontgetya sent us off to!
Apparently, it's "Fucking Cold" where I am!
And guess what?! It is!

P.S. I'm bored waiting for you to answer me back here....Zzzzzzz

Tengrain said...

Graves, you swine!

If you were in the UK, they'd glass you for whinging about the weather.

On the other hand, papercuts? Save the drippings for Ray's famous Christmas Gravy!



Randal Graves said...

BDR, heh. The most plausible answer.

sunshine, cookies! Hey, they keep checkin' 'em out, that's job security.

if, even if it's fucking hot?

LBR, someone has to protect America's future cubicle jockeys until they're ready to handle the danger.

P.S. I'm well aware that no one but Tom watches my videos. :)

nunly, come on, you know they were merely lost in a daydream of tasing the next smartmouthed perp.

I've got bad eyesight, next time, make a big sign!

sunshine, if you ate all the cookies, I'm posting more metal.

tengrain, damn candyass limeys, what's a little snow, that's why we beat their ass in WW2.

susan said...

Is that part of a body I see under that stack of books? Are you missing a chief librarian?

okjimm said...

I went 152 days without a haircut; does that count for something? I saved the trimmings....gonna use them on my tree instead of tinsel....almost the same color...who's to know?

Tom Harper said...

You mean, some people actually READ books? I thought they were just for decorating the coffee table to impress your friends (whom you don't like anyway, they don't like you either, and they don't give a f*ck what's on your coffee table).

S.W. Anderson said...

Re: those returns. Tells me some garage sales didn't go too well.

Lisa said...


Crap. I knew I was forgetting to do something today.

Liberality said...

I tried to listen to that song on your posted video but it sounded suspiciously the same all the way through (fucking loud ass guitars) so I gave up on it and went back to reading my book, therefore being able to return it on time :)

Randal Graves said...

susan, do we even have a chief librarian? I think he or she ended up at Famous Ray's.

okjimm, you can start a new trend, The Tinsel.

tom, so you're saying that $700 I spend on an Andy Warhol artbook for the visitors I never have was wasted loot?

SWA, I want my 38 cents back!

lisa, don't make us send the Book Gestapo after you.

liberality, funny, I feel the same way about low-fi overly acoustic hippie crap. :D

Cormac Brown said...

Man, it was all good till they got to the vocals. Anything harder than Lemmy, Hetfield or Pantera, and I tend to bail.