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Friday, January 23, 2004

I removed the comments, at least at the item level, although I did get one comment to the effect that there was too much politics in the journal (this was in response to my usual complaint about not enough orders before new orders finally did come in).

To that I have only one thing to say, "Aaaaaarg!"

That "Aaaaarg" speech was a moment that can never be un-done.  It was similar to the label of klutz that was put on President Ford (maybe the most athletic President we've had) when he stumbled coming down the stairs. 

President Bush The Elder, giving back his food to the Japanese after munching on it a while.

Muskie crying.

Nixon and the Checker's Speech.

"Aaaaargh" -- was like watching Homer Simpson self-destruct in slow motion.

8:12:22 AM    

It is a reasonably shabby door at the end of a reasonably shabby corridor in the sort of building that was new about the the year the all-tile bathroom became the basis of civilization...

Come on in � there's noboby in here but me and a big bluebottle fly. But not if you're from Manhattan, Kansas.

Philip Marlowe talking in opening paragraph of The Little Sister (Raymond Chandler)

3:35:38 AM    


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