Teh Squeaky Wheel
G’day from chilly yet Happy Larryville, GN!
Maaaaaaan…I’m gonna have to check the back of our fridge. With long-handled grilling implements; that thingy in teh thread pic is a bit more off-putting than a long-forgotten jar of salsa.
Reminds me of this whimsically macabre sorta-spoken word track from Zappa. (Possibly NSFW due to a single “F-bomb”.)
“Sometimes the milk can hurt you
(If you put it on your cereal
Before you smell the plastic container)
And the stuff in the strainer
Has a mind of its own”
Addendum(b): That’s Steve Vai on guitar “doubling” the vocal.
Good morning and wonderful thread pic, Mac: thanks.
Rainy here so I know what Fatwa is doing.
Happy Tuesday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa and Sven!
I see Fatwa made it through the shower and is ready for a little Arbeit. I know it’s chilly in Happy-Larryville, but don’t turn up the heater too much. Just sayin’.
Hai, Sven and Paddy!
Sven is correct; I’ve just gotten done annotating a couple of dozen pictures and now get to caption them and finish up a difficult report.
Also expect some opportunity via phone and email.
…ready for a little Arbeit.
I could also go for some fries. Really good ones like Five Guys. 😉
(Or In-N-Out, if only there was one closer than Texas. But then I’d have to try Whataburger, too.)
Arbeit mit Fries.
Would that make me a big macher?
(If so, I wish to lodge a complaint, as that august status is certainly not reflected in my lifestyle nor the means to it. Damn those “New York money men”; it’s like they never get the “change of address” forms for my monthly ZOG checks. Of which I’ve never received a single one. Perhaps they look upon me, to couch it in Zappa-esque terms, as a “Sears Jooo”.)
Is that a real poncho . . . I mean
Is that a Mexican poncho or is that a Sears poncho?
-- FZ, “Camarillo Brillo”
Hey Oregon peeps -- GNERT?
The more things change and all that…
How did your tech crew do, Sven?
They did OK, Mac. They did run into some problems, but they stayed on and got things figured it out although it was a 12-hour day for them.
This is one of the most talented group of tech grunts that I’ve ever worked with; on the other hand, it’s the most poorly led and managed department that I’ve ever worked with too.