Word 'em up there Spidy!
Totally foggy... a misty morning with dark, bare tree trunks standing guard at the limits of your vision.
Spooky, but nice...
Home again today... no car. Suz's car is in getting snow tires on it and various "service" things... so she's got my car, and I've got my lap top set on "melt" as I cook away at getting something, anything, sorted out for my clients.
Head down... focused and frazzled.
One more day and night... then, hopefully I can rest. :)
~ black ftls
~ more blue jeans
~ strong bad (hi kim)
~ and a warm sweatshirt...
~ to blow my obnoxiously runny nose some more... oh, hullo Purrrrrcy... k'mere and snuggle... gah!
~ work like an insane person... again, all fricking day and night. Tomorrow is thursday right? ahhhhh! (ug!)
~ hope for some new LOST tonight. Their "fall season" is ending soon ... right?
~ I had actually double checked to see if Jon Stewart was being recorded last night... grrrr!!!!
~ that I knew how serpah was doing...
~ to smile at yumikid and hope she finds her secret friend... (What a great way to start a day!!!)
Well congratulations. Americans sent a message.
Now, of course, it's all about waiting to see if anyone does anything productive with the info.
What we actually NEED is some radical environmentalism... I'm not really talking about individuals... but more about government acting like they don't care how much "big money" they piss off and going for gold in the whole "um... we're killing ourselves, the planet, and the future" thing. I mean... listen to the news... read a paper... everywhere you look, there is something going on about the environment. This has not always been the case. The sheer volume of media-push space occupied by all-things-environment-related is reaching towards some kind of a social crescendo ... and when you think - even for a moment - about the real impact... the threat to our "way of life", the threat to "our children", etc... you'd imagine that the government would be reacting. Not just talking and posturing about it. I mean, the last time we felt a threat to these things... we invaded Iraq and Afghanistan... Now? we're arguing about emission limits. Geez.
Re: voters support for the marriage bill: It's surprising to me how many people can be lead by their nose hairs to the pew to argue in favour of protecting the "sacred institution of marriage"... considering how totally phuqued in the head that institution is... what with divorce rates, domestic violence, child abuse. Yessirreee... wouldn't want to let a bunch of homo's in to that club.
Remember when you realized the singer was a guy in Wheatus's Teenage Dirtbag? bummer eh?
K... time to git.
Have a great hump day. :)