It’s from Gaiman’s Sandman
It’s from Gaiman’s Sandman
A lovely time filking yestreen at Tom and Peggy’s, Cindy also in attendance. I got to sing soprano for most of the evening, which is fine if I’m not singing loud.
I hope everybody has a happy pride day! or not.
I light a candle for pOp, and he knows why. You have a visit from Jeff to look forward to, and once he’s back I’ll come out and see you.
Got a call back from an employer NOT A FRICKIN AGENCY. I have to wait another week.
Saw, and loved, Edge of Tomorrow (stupid name, good movie though; it’s Starship Troopers meets Groundhog Day.)
Jeff and I have been permanently ruined by A Pervert’s Guide to Ideology. Mr. Nosepuller told us to pay attention to the recreation of the couple, and now it’s in every single thing we watch.
Made wordcount yesterday and practiced.
I very much enjoyed this cartoon. SFW.
Oh my. There be lots of crazy for you this am.
This is a very special kind of Canadian crazy.
Ya gotta be effin kidding me. Lady Liberty is a minion of Satan?
Star Wars Crafts? Ok,
Put your hand over your crotch – gently. Now open this link.
A life of infrequent contact with the police is not likely in the cards for this gent.
funny how comics can so easily speak to the very heart of life’s questions
1. Paul and kids over to watch latest True Blood. Since I knew they were coming I went to Choices and got delicious om-nom-noms for them, like fresh bread and Dijon turkey and Avalon chocolate milk, which still comes in a glass bottle and is the best commercial chocolate milk in the known universe. Even Paul had some and he stopped drinking cow’s milk years ago. Damn, it’s fine! Also edamame salad and fresh veg.
2. Leo and Linda coming tonight…. can’t wait for them to meet kitties.
3. Jeff biked to and from work yesterday… go Jeff. The last three 3 k involve about three hundred feet of elevation, so he was rather warm by the time he got back. I took one look at him and asked him if he wanted some water.
4. At church meeting last night (Nominating committee, my house) we had fun and got shiz done. I was so happy to see everybody. Now I have more work to do, even though an item came off my list!
5. I’ll be doing a bed and breakfast thing in Bellingham in September but I don’t know which weekend. I’ll be taking Katie for some CBS. (Cross border shopping). Clothing for women my size is more easily obtained Stateside.
6. I’m helping train somebody at work, and as a consequence my house-fly strength attention span is even MORE truncated. I’d like to thank her family for raising somebody so smart. And she takes kick boxing classes, too.
7. Keith was too – I don’t know – to check flickr for pictures of Animé Evolution, and when he said he didn’t know where pictures would be, I said, “You’re daft, check the flickrstream.” Gosh all whacky, am I the only person in the world who knows how to use the internet, grump grump. And there he was, in his costume. Now I go looking for it and I can’t find it, but suffice it to say Keith made a GREAT Dr. McNinja. Grandparents are warmly encouraged to apply to him directly for photographs.
8. Dropped by her workplace to see Lady Miss Banjola and inspect her tummy. Yup, she’s knocked up. She’s also artistically pale but I think she looks great.
9. The spicy Thai beef salad yesterday was unbelievably yummy, but the transit time of 8 hours was accompanied by the burnination of a lifetime. I can no longer eat hot peppers, unless I want multiple lashings of discomfort and abrupt departures from whatever conversation I’m engaged in at the time to flee for the house of ease. It was worth it, but only just. Ky can cook.
There’s more but I gotta go.
Ah, Corey… you’re in the Scott Pilgrim Comic!
I WANNA FLY ON TITAN TOO MUMMY!
I had known for ages (since a conversation with Kevin Duane back when god was young and dinosaurs roamed the earth) that comic book artists keep immense stacks of previously done art that they can trace when they are banging together low grade stuff in a hurry. This short takes that to a WHOLE new dimension.
So Keith and Paul picked me up from work last night (Keith was driving) and we went back to their place and at pork chomps and salad and oyster mushrooms. Then Paul and I sang and played for ages. Honestly, we should put together a set list and then we wouldn’t have those long headscratching moments when we think “What will we sing next?”
Around nine I went home and found Jeff watching Ghost in the Shell Innocence. Man, in HD on a big screen that movie is drenchingly beautiful.
Working backwards, I am ‘staying above the fray’ as Tammy and the exterminator battle with termites (this part of Toronto has them, and what can you do, eh?), I ate her goat cheese and garden picked oregano omelette (and it was nommy) with fruit and nut bread; I slept great, and in fact about two hours longer than I normally do; we had a very pleasant evening (she bought me Tuborg, the saintly creature, as she never has beer in the house); we figured out where I’ll be spending at least part of my restaurant money in Paris; I arranged to see Dave JD at Jump today around supper time (but nobody else in Toronto, I’ll make a special trip back for that) while Tammy’s at choir practice; I had a pleasant trip by transit from the airport (this being possible because I got to sit the whole way even though it was rush hour when I arrived) and then Tammy picked me up at Pape Station; I had a very pleasant flight because at the last minute I changed my seat selection from 34 row to 44 row (767-200, but Paul probably already knew that) so I had nobody sitting next to me fore. aft, port and starboard and I was close to an aisle and washroom AND I’d never been on an aircraft with functioning video-on-demand in the cheap seats, so I was actually SURPRISED when they called ‘we are starting our descent’; I got my money back from the WORST breakfast sandwich evar and by way of apology the server brought me a free bottle of water; Jeff very kindly dropped me off at the airport; I got a reasonable night’s sleep the night before.
Anyway, I’ll only be going near a computer or screen in the most minimal way for this time off, as it’s obvious my internet addiction is hijacking what’s left of my life, so if you don’t mind I’m off to abuse Pentium and George, two of the nicest and most sucky middle aged cats I’ve ever met, both of whom think I’m kinda keen. George slept on my feet last night and emitted never a peep. Happy sigh! Also, and this if for Keith, Tammy of Surpassing Excellence has Alan Moore’s Lost Girls in hardcover… can such things be? Who needs the internet? PS it’s snowing…. that desultory November snow….