Saturday, March 22, 2014

Still Life with a Little Color


Taken March 2, 2013.

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  1. Yesterday was absolutely gorgeous. I'm going to hold onto that as the cold temps and chance of snow arrives tomorrow (cold temps first, chance of snow Monday and Tuesday).

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  2. ::sneaks into the home of the Mothers of Nature, spray-paints a giant wall calendar with a sketch of Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson pointing to the first day of spring, jacks open the liquor cabinet, steals the car keys::

    Hey, if they're not playing by the rules then neither am I.

    Wishing everyone a good weekend. :)

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    1. Don't forget to turn their air conditioner on and set it at 25 so they can enjoy the cold temps too.

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    2. We're supposed to have snow on Tuesday, and I don't have anything scheduled for Tuesday so I've decided to allow that (lol), but if they keep throwing winter past the end of March, they might just find their heat cranked and their walls squidded*.
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      *For the uninitiated, squidding walls (or cars) is an old school SoFla crime, generally done for revenge purposes and probably popular among the miscreants in most coastal areas. It involves catching/buying a baggie full of squid parts, or basically any cheap fresh bait-fish, and then spreading the pieces of said bait-fish inside wall cavities and recesses, behind molding, under the fabric of car upholstery, etc., anywhere it won't be quickly or easily found. Then there's just the waiting and the heat.

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  3. Yup, the cold weather isn't done with us yet. Low of 27 Wed. morning, but no snow.

    Damn knee is acting up again. Like winter, it won't GO AWAY.

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    1. I'm thinking it would be a better idea if the knee sticks around but it gives up it's acting career. ;)

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  4. Jen, my Dark Trickster persona points out that pieces of raw chicken can be employed to similar effect, if sashimi isn't easy to find. Ultimate stink bomb is to unscrew a wall plate and drop a few pieces in there; it's hard to locate and even harder to remove.

    Something beyond macro… the Victorians would create art on microscope slides.

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    1. I almost forgot: we got a fire last night and Mason roasted a couple marshmallows. He was wired pretty well after two. :-/

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    2. Larry, is that you in that profile pic? If so, Mason looks almost just like you! What a little cutie marshmallow pie.

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