Friday, September 30, 2011

Thirty days of suck XVI: not in public, cheeky bastard

Wheelie Bus wait, deliberate movement.
Thus, long exposure? Not so much.*

*that means I cheated via shaking the thing


















What is it? 
It's it, the gods striking.
Why? 
I haven't versed in nearly a month.
What of that one?
Thumb thumb thumb. In class?
That.
Oh. That. The muses pulling up anchor in disgust, 'tis.

Tomorrow, that's called technology.

13 comments:

thatgirl said...

A true reporte of three straunge and wonderful accidents, lately hapened at Parma a cittie in Clevelande : Wherein is conteyned a prophesie of the greate dearth and famine, which (by reason of the warres in those partes) hath there come to passe in the yeare last past, 2012. And also of the great victorie lately atchiued by the great Sophy, who with the aide & assistance of the King of Persia, ouerthrew the Turkish emperour with all his forces neere vnto the riuer Euphrates. Truely translated out of the Deustch printed coppie, printed at Nimmegen

Randal Graves said...

The history of the vvarres betvveene the Turkes and the Persians. Written in English by Ld Lawrinse of Araby, and translated into transytyonyll fattes by Joe the Simpering-man. Containing the description of all such matters, as pertaine to the religion, to the forces to the gouernement, and to the countries of the kingdome of the Persians. Together with the argument of euery booke, & a new geographicall mappe of all those territories. A table contayning a declaration aswell of diuerse new and barbarous names and termes vsed in this history, as also how they were called in auncient times. And last of all, a letter of the authors, wherein is discoursed, what cittie it was in the old time, which is now called Parma, and is so often mentioned in this history.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Cylindrical orbs!

Verrrrry nice.
~

Lisa said...

I'm impressed! Must be nice to live somewhere with streetlights, you elitist.

Randal Graves said...

if, I think there was a passing car in there somewhere, but the judgmental lightning strike seems appropriate (the real question is, when doesn't it)

lisa, all about buying in to win the future, y'all.

Tengrain said...

Graves, you swine!

There is electricity in Clevelandistan? All this time I thought you had trained your heir and the spare to run on treadmills.

Regards,

Tengrain

Tom Harper said...

Did the muses leave behind any anchor babies?

Laura said...

I think I saw something similar to this in the movie "War of The Worlds" with Tom Cruise.
Very cool but, I'd hide if I saw this again, K?

((Hugs))
Laura

Summer Kinard said...

Very cool. Last week lightning struck my cable box, but I have decided not to take it as a sign.

Randal Graves said...

tengrain, don't be silly. What do you think all the illegals are for?

tom, can you imagine how much it would cost to feed the offspring of a god? Good thing there are plenty of fast food joints nearby.

laura, klaatu barada nikto?

summer, I'm a big fan of lightning, but not when it nukes my ability to watch the Champions League.

Beach Bum said...

Funny lights, call those Ghost Hunter guys from SyFy, they're a riot.

susan said...

I thought it was Dr. Hunter S. Thompson's funeral cannonade.

Randal Graves said...

BB, have they ever hunted the legendary Stay Puft? I don't think so.

susan, Parmastan ain't that gonzo a burg.