“It was a dark and stormy night. No, that's not right; it was dry and sunny most of the way down which is always a plus. And uneventful. For the most part. Which is always a plus.
We were barreling down the road at about 75 mph without another car in sight and my wife says,
"Yes" I reply.
"Deer!" she says.
"Yes!" I reply.
"<b>Deer in the road!</b>" she screams and points out the windshield where four very large does were trying to cross the interstate. I applied the brakes in a firm, steady manner, steering straight down the center lines. One runs across, the other three decide to stay where they are. My eyes didn't leave the road the rest of the drive.
And thanks to Tony (<lj user="drax0r">) for setting up my voicepost while I was on the road. Beats the hell outa 24k where I'm going.
Tomorrow I'm meeting <lj user="danzigfried"> for lunch at Chipolte with the kids leaving the wife and her mother alone for the day.
Please visit his page as he's posted. The conversation went something like this:
"Dan, I'm heading to Wichita. Thought we might meet for lunch tomorrow."
"That sound fantASStic!" he replies.
I say, "But I don't feel comfortable meeting you until you make restoration. By posting, you disrespected me. We need to clear up this bad blood between us." I think I've been watching too many Sopranos.
He did. Now the slate is clean, and we'll dine together tomorrow. If you do comment on his post, please try to use the word "flaccid" somewhere within your text. It's his most favorite word.
Lastly, since Disney's gotten in trouble again and again because the word "sex" usually appears in swirls of dust or stars in their children's cartoons, Pixar in their newest movie have used computers to randomly generate these effects. Unfortunately on the first run of the new software the phrase <b><I>Eat my ass Disney!</I></b> was observed in a generated cloud. Back to the drawing board I suppose.”