Thursday, January 18, 2007

Thursday Update

Lindsay is in rehab.

Howard Stern and his staff were discussing, this morning, the Lindsay dilema (Hot vs. Insufferable)

Roads in and around Portland are mostly clear. Although, I had to park at the bottom of my street last night due to ice. There is still plenty of snow on the ground.

Our nextdoor neighbors have secretly moved out. I didn't notice they were gone until the Dad showed up on my doorstep two nights ago asking to borrow a flashlight. Apparently, they moved late at night, and no one knew the difference.

Anyway, their house has a similar floor plan as mine. It has a lovely yellow paint job, sits next to a fabulous little park, and it is likely to go on the market in the very near future.

Anyone want to be my neighbor?


Camera: I have already purchased a third lens. I've purchased a second book, and I'm considering taking a class.

Is your, uh, is your wife interested in....photography, ay? Photographs, ay?

Photography?

Snap-snap, grin-grin, wink-wink, nudge-nudge, say no more?

You mean holiday snaps, eh?

They could be, they could be taken on holiday. Candid, you know, CANDID photography...

No, no, I'm afraid we don't have a camera.

Oh. (leeringly) Still, mooooooh, ay? Mwoohohohohoo, ay? Hohohohohoho, ay?

Look... are you insinuating something?

Oh, ho, no, no, no ...yes.

24 comments:

  1. That house would be an awesome investment!!! Check out the shed in the back corner of the property with the Marijuana Grow operation. Does the weed come with the house?

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  2. Did you get your torch (flashlight) back?

    Because I know you wont rest if you have a room missing a flashlight

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  3. Why is all the grass in your back yard dead?

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  4. amanda12:52 PM

    It might not be his fault. Depends on when Google Earth last saw fit to actually fly over their 'burb. Methinks it was the mid-90s.

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  5. Exactly right Amanda. Lawn was dead when we bought the place. Now it is lush and green. Well, actually, it's frozen and white, but, well, you get the picture...

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  6. I thought maybe there was a dramatic climate change on your hill. Everywhere else is icy and snowy, but the sun always shines on Brian's hill.

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  7. amanda2:56 PM

    Yes, there are magical faeries who live within the realm of Brian's backyard, Ryan. Only within that enchanted abyss are they able to survive due to his love of all things nerdy and Magic the Gathering.

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  8. my faeries have bitchin Kung Fu

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  9. I dunno....I still think someday Bri's gonna be drinking a few too many bottles of scotch and roll down the hill on his riding mower. That would be funny. Like watching a car accident. Hee hee.

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  10. amanda3:31 PM

    Leah, when Brian's that drunk the last thing on his mind is going to be yard work. Well, he'll be interested in a little trim...but that's a whole different ball of wax.

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  11. I've always been afraid to live next to a park, no matter how fabulous. I like the magical fairies in the back yard, but I already have some of my own . . .

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  12. What has Brian been doing to balls of wax?

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  13. I've been saving my ear wax since I was 14 years old. I now have a bal of it the size of a musk mellon.

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  14. Does anyone throw up when they clean out their ears with a Q-tip?

    I hope that you get some nice neighbors. Dont be surprised if it ends up being someone you know.

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  15. Oh, excellent, are you and Mrs. Dr. Brian moving up here, then?

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  16. amanda6:11 PM

    Nah, probably going to be a disgruntled plaintiff who wants to make your life a living hell.

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  17. Mmmmmm, musk melon.

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  18. Hmmm - do you happen to know if that location is zoned for strip clubs?

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  19. As it's zoned for residential use, I would doubt it.

    And surpisingly, I would spearhead the legal challenges against the opeing of a strip club.

    I know! I'm such a hypocrite...

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  20. Ev - aka Gigglebutt9:58 PM

    Ok what if we had one armed strippers and Tricia, Christina, and Dita look-a-likes? Are you in then? That was actually daftarse's idea. You rule daftarse! Can't wait to give you a tour of Covina! Oh and I want to call the club - Ruffbottom!

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  21. Sadly, no. it would be bad for my property value and resulting equity.

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  22. Ev, this tour of Covina - that kills half an hour, an hour if we make out behind the dairy..

    So what we doing the other 3 days and 23 hours?

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  23. Well there is a Hooters in Covina......

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  24. Sadly, no. it would be bad for my property value and resulting equity.

    I just realised what you sound like - you sound like a Grown-Up...

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