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Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Snow Day

Folks, I'm snowed in, literally, this morning.

We had a major snow fall last night - which I have to deal with right now.

I'm also behind on work, both writing and in the shop. I have deadlines I have to meet and am basically out of time at the moment. I also owe a couple of UCFers some stuff that I'm very delinquent on and I need to set up the photo table, get pictures made and mailed.

So, I just don't have time at the moment for a post. The internet is a big place however, and I'm sure you'll find something to entertain yourselves.

Enjoy your day.

Booze is in the fridge, chocolate is on the counter. Wipe your feet and beware the cats. Thanks. More later.

22 comments:

  1. CHOCOLATE!

    (pets Shop Cat while munching on chocolate)

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  2. I don't wanna whip my feet! That hurts!

    Though if that's what it takes to get to the booze, chocolate and cats...

    *feet whipping commences*

    Ow!

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  3. Chocolate. Yum! I'm up for it, although I'm a bit dubious about the feet-whipping (you got some sort of foot fetish, Jim?).

    Natalie

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  4. I have no idea what you're talking about.

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  5. Woo Woo..chocolate up for grabs....it makes excellent study munchies...as does the booze in the fridge..Thanks Jim.
    (stops to pet the kitties)

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  6. You know how there's that company that strips popular movies of sex and foul language so that ultra-religious types can watch them without their sensibilities being offended? Well, I'm wondering if a "foot-whipping" is what James Bond gets in the "sanitized" version of Casino Royale.

    Because, you know, that would actually be kind of more fucked-up than what actually happens to him. Just saying.

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  7. Wait. If you're snowed in. And people are roaming around your place, having squeezed in through teh Intertubes. Then I'm not sure you're using The Internets correctly.

    Just saying.

    Dr. Phil

    (Mmm... cat hair on my chocolate. Just like at home.)

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  8. Choclate now, booze later.

    And behind on work - yeah, I know how that feels.

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  9. We're not really there...we are HOLOGRAMS!!!!!

    (for Michelle)

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  10. (stomps off snow, wipes feet)

    goodie, enough chocolate to share, and for lunch as I din't get time for a lunch today... save the booze for after dinner. Thanks Jim!

    Nice shop kitty!! no chocolate for you, it's not good for kitties. But I'll think of you while I'm eating it.

    ah, yeah... holograms... that's how we're doing this...
    just like on CNN last week...
    help me Obi Wan, you're my only hope...

    should mess with my brother the physics professor whilest I'm here!
    Thhhhht! (sticks tongue out at dr. phil)

    heading home now, quittin' time... actually had a little contract work this week.

    it's another rainy night in Georgia
    WendyB_09

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  11. Jim has probably sent his son and friends out to shovel snow, while he sits in front of the woodstove and reads his Guns and Ammo November edition. (nice cover model!)

    Nice to meetcha, Shop Cat! Wanna come home with me? I'm sure my allergic husband would never notice, you're such a little kitty.

    Mmmm, chocolate. Hey, where's the remote?

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  12. HOLOGRAMS!

    WE HAVE HOLOGRAMS!

    (ahem)

    Oh wait. I forgot. Was I supposed to lick Jim's blog or not? It's so hard to keep cootie transmission straight.

    (wanders off to eat more chocolate)

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  13. Uh oh, Michelle's delirious again. Thanks for setting her off, Kim!

    Mmmm, chocolate and booze. Pretty high quality stuff, Jim. Almost worth the foot whipping.

    *pets Shop Cat as it meanders by on its way to to Michelle*

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  14. Ok, it's beer time (or for me, a Meyers and Coke) around here!

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  15. Can I has choclat?

    Cassie

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  16. (Sneaks up on older sister who is having a birthday on Friday, but is shorter than me, and administers the official brotherly noogies on her head.)

    My work here is done.

    Who left this hairball on the planer?

    Dr. Phil

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  17. "Who left this hairball on the planer?"

    *Gack* -- Me! And don't look behind the big sharp scary-looking thingie over there...

    --ShopCat

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  18. WARNING:

    DO NOT LICK JIM'S BLOG. DO NOT LOOK AT JIM'S BLOG WITH ONE EYE CLOSED. DO NOT TOUCH JIM'S BLOG WHILE TOUCHING YOURSELF (YOU KNOW WHAT WE'RE TALKING ABOUT). PREGNANT WOMEN SHOULD NOT READ JIM'S BLOG DURING THE SECOND TRIMESTER OR ON WEDNESDAY'S FALLING ON AN ODD-NUMBERED DAY DURING THE THIRD TRIMESTER. JIM'S BLOG IS NOT SUITABLE FOR CONSUMPTION BY CHILDREN BETWEEN THE AGES OF 10½ AND 12¾ YEARS OF AGE, OR ADULTS BETWEEN THE AGES OF 67 AND 67½. JIM'S BLOG HAS BEEN DETERMINED TO CAUSE A RARE VERSION OF UTERINE CANCER IN MALE LABORATORY RATS AND A FORM OF PROSTATE CANCER IN SURPLUS ARMY BEAGLES. IF A BURNING OR ITCHING SENSATION IS NOTICED WHILE READING JIM'S BLOG, CEASE READING JIM'S BLOG IMMEDIATELY AND DOUSE THE AFFECTED AREA WITH RUNNING COLD WATER (NO WARMER THAN 54°F) AND CALL YOUR LOCAL POISON-CONTROL HOTLINE. IF YOU EXPERIENCE AN ERECTION FOR MORE THAN TWO HOURS AFTER READING JIM'S BLOG, CONSULT A PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY. SIDE-EFFECTS OF JIM'S BLOG MAY INCLUDE WATERY EYES, INTESTINAL CRAMPS, INDIGESTION, A SENSATION LIKE YOU HAVE SOMETHING IN YOUR NOSE THAT YOU CAN'T QUITE GET OUT NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOU PICK IT, SCABS, SWEATY PALMS, BALDNESS, PARTIAL DEAFNESS, SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION, AFFLICTION BY A MYSTERIOUS ANCIENT EGYPTIAN CURSE, HAIRY EARS, DANDRUFF, A CRAVING FOR "UNNATURAL" FOODS, PORPHYRIA, ITCHY TOENAILS, PHANTOM LIMB PAINS, SCHIZOPHRENIA, AND A BLEATING GOATLIKE SOUND THAT YOU REALLY NEED TO STOP MAKING ALTHOUGH IT IS SORT OF FUNNY-SOUNDING. DO NOT READ JIM'S BLOG WHILE OPERATING HEAVY MACHINERY OR DRIVING UNLESS YOU'VE CONSUMED SUFFICIENT ALCOHOL.

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  19. I think the surgeon general is having a bad day - probably from caps lock syndrome.

    And I know who you are ;)

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  20. Oh, sure: he's Rear Admiral Steven K. Galson, Acting Surgeon General of the United States Of America....

    Who else could it be?

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  21. Note to dr phil on the occasion of his sister's birthday, which is today...

    All birthday presents, greetings and salutations gleefully accepted.

    however, I reserve the time honored big-sisterly right of "payback" for noogies, cooties and whatever else is floating around out there.

    remember, I know where you live and your cats can be bribed...

    [sneaks another piece of chocolate from Jim's stash...heads back out into the elements.]

    WendyB_09

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