Wednesday, October 18, 2006

"Drain Stop"


"Ma'am, I'm not sure which oceans you're talking about. Could you be more Pacific?"

18 comments:

Jeff said...

I don't get it.

nerdjedi said...

Ha!

That's really a bad joke, though.

monica said...

it looks like a hat! i would've guessed it was on the sidewalk...sorta...next to a brick wall...if you didn't say it was a drain stop...

your sister said...

i keep forgetting that you can make pictures black and white and then i'm like wow that looks like the kitchen but we don't have any gray tiles.

and then i wonder how i make it through the day.

although sometimes i do hit myself in the face when i'm tying my shoes.

could you be more atlantic?

Jon said...

If it were a hat, it is not nearly as awesome as my fedora. And for all those concerned readers of mine, I have finally updated with a fifth poem, also EMAIL MEGAN AND AUDITION TO BE IN THE NEWSIES OR ELSE!!!!!!!!! *imagine me with a big heavy ax, BIG, HEAVY, AX* *oooooo or two swords that I am unnaturally good at handling...hmmmmmm chasing after people with swords...excelent...BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAaaaaaaah*

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Jon said...

Sam and Angie, considering Abby and I cannot go and talk to you guys personally, and trust me, you don't want me to have to come down there personally, and I can't see Abby being mean, so it would actually be like a good cop, completely EVIL cop scenario, and you don't want that, but I digress, as I was saying, since Abby and I cannot help persuade you all to sign up and email megan, see http://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=19815872&postID=116070111575729550 for details, to be in the Newsies, Sam and Angie, I need your help to spread the word to your friends, even those who don't read this blog but like to be in musicals, and even if I don't know them, and they don't know me, and I know, this is a ridiculously long sentance, and an incorrectly structured one at that, but again, Sam and Angie, persuade your being in musicals loving friends to email megan, see the website, not link, website given above, and join the Newsies cast.

kelly h said...

hahahahahhahahahahaahhahahahahhahahahahahahhahahahahahhahahahahahahahhahahahahhhhhahahhahahahahahhahahaha

that was funny.

i want to do Newsies but there is already Sweeney Todd and maybe Cinderella. WHY CAN'T ALL THESE SHOWS BE AT DIFFERENT POINTS IN THE YEAR.
ya.

Ali said...

you told me this already.

drain stop?

Carissa said...

bad joke.
but it made me smile
:-D

Anonymous said...

Since you tweaked my layout's HTML, I'm returning the favor.

In the "Anonymous" template, you'll find this toward the begining of the style sheet:

#description {
margin:0 5px 5px;
padding:0 20px 20px;
border:1px solid #222;
border-width:0 1px 1px;

font:78%/1.4em "Trebuchet MS",Trebuchet,Arial,Verdana,Sans-serif;
text-transform:uppercase;
letter-spacing:.2em;
color:#777;

Remove the bolded lines, if you would be so kind.

Jon said...

So Sweeny Todd and Cinderella are happening at the end of april/early may??

Anonymous said...

Sweeney Todd: Late February, early March, I believe.

Cinderella: Early February.

Jon said...

If those are the dates, and thanks anonymous, then EVERYBODY can be in the Newsies!!!!

Anonymous said...

Recently, your posts have become fewer and less impressive. Albeit some show ingenius artistic talent, many are rather simple and lack a quality your others have.

Carissa said...

wahoo. i'm bored.
wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
goodnight.

Anonymous said...

that's not the right way to use albeit.

if you're going to sound smart, you should do it right.

the word you were looking for there is "although". if that's not big enough type in into word and do a shift-F7.

Anonymous said...

Albeit and although are synonyms, anonymous. If you're going to sound smart, do it right.