January 10th, 2007
|02:20 pm - The Natural Wet-Willy|
Nature gave me a damn wet-willy last night.
Walking out to PSA through the cold, I was just thinking how nice global warming has been and how much global cooling sucks, when a really big snowflake landed in my ear and started melting.
"Damnit," I shouted into the cold night air, "Can't those ice-caps melt any faster?"
I figure that if she's gonna be a bitch to me, I ought to be one right back.
I'm exceedingly busy right now, between work, class, and lots of other responsibilities. And I'm expecting that it's just going to get harder as time goes on, at least for this quarter. Some of you may not see me socially until late March at this point, and LJ is falling further down the list of priorities.
So if you need me, call or email. I respond much better to those two things.
Current Location: Southeast of Disorder
Current Mood: amused
Current Music: "Growing Older But Not Up", -JB
Busy busy bee! I am becoming the same. It's fun, though, now and then. I don't mind it so long as I am not ridiculously busy for too many quarters back to back. :)
|Date:||January 10th, 2007 11:41 pm (UTC)|| |
I believe there was a movie about that idea
a couple years ago. (Not saying it was good or accurate, but it did rest on the premise.)
That can't be sarcasm I detect!
How could any movie that begins with Kevin Costner pissing into a cup and drinking it not be a classic?
The movie they're referring to is The Day After Tomorrow, which does not feature Kevin Costner (thank goodness!).
Ahhh, ok. I hadn't seen that there was a link in her post. D'oh!
I'll remind you of these global warming sentiments when you come down with malaria or dengue fever in Ohio.
The DEET sales will be through the roof at that time, I'm sure. We're remarkably good at thinking about the short term over the long term :)
It's about time you got some of our winter. Snow storms, ice storms, massive wind storms, and record cold temps back at you. After the most recent snow event I called you about Wednesday night the sun finally decided to show itself for the first time since October along 15 degree temps last night. (The mountains look absolutely amazing on the few sunny winter days we have though)
The days are getting longer quckly & spring is on its way.