Wednesday, October 19, 2005


Tuesday, October 18, 2005...if it's Tuesday,

there must be a bug report. Or some=such.

I travelled well & fully to the Recycle yard which

is not my own Perfect yard. (He recycles best

who is ne'er limited by Geografy.) Three bags of

print=news, a BOX of coloured paper & a milk

crate of Hard boox~a skoche of Remaindering!

I took notice that the clothing/truk container

was well attended. And filling up fast. [My theory

is that the recently departed have no need of

excess Clothing, but the third werld does.] It

pondered me that i, myself, had not brot enuf

of the schpite of all the lepidoptera

which i have Clappt to mortuism Recently on a

schteady basis. Small annoying moths! They

should leave my Mansion all=togethre.


To say nothing of the arachnids which i swept

out of the seat=back of the green=ghost...It's

not like they're gonna find good hunting in the

couch of my car! THEY should also go elsewhere.


It was the laundromat which i had to Visit on

my especial off=day, to fully warsh those Fabriks

which i have neither Disconcerted nor Abandoned.

{i dress as well as my best Gifts & more=so...}

Sudden & of a surprise, i was caught sitting on a

metal chair by a bingo girl! Dianne called me

IRVING--to which i hardly Responded. Voit! It

seemed a fading Century since we last spoke.

Each of us both older & travelling on our Best

selected paths...Thus it Was and long well=met.

My patchy jeans a-spinning in the Warsh and me

on a mission 2 buy bogos at the Grox after Drying.

These are the especial days when such things

Happen. Truly, really~it never surprises me What

i can get up to before the Sun Sets...



Mood: broadly introspectif

Reading: the SUNDAY paper

Thot: "i kinda like it when the Sun begins slanting over my Yard toward the end of day in the Autumn; it points up the sidereal aspects of reality."  Wednesday, October 19, 2005...I'm getting those familiar questions again: "How late are you guys open?", "When do you guys close for the year?" And "Do you guys take [this crap]?" TO which i would love to respond,"Hey~it's only me here, a Naked singularity in clean jeans & winter woolies. {i am one & one is all} The yard waste & recycling Universe begins and ends within me, and there are no Others without." But~it wouldn't serve my good customers well to thus blow they minds!Plus+, i am not generally inclined toward egoistic delusionment. Ask any=body. Have i used up my Quota of quotation marks yet? I thot as much. §§§§§§§§§§§§

This Wednesday, there is a catafalque to view

and Attend; next Saturday, there will be Tara's

marriage ceremony. [my Neighbor's dafter^]

From point 2 point always the auspicious and

regular travels...with bugs yet. Wonderful!




uscga1995 said...

It's cold up north.  (do daa, do daa)

louf48 said...

For the small moths.....check your dry groceries....they may come from one of them.  It is not cold yet!  Mary went swimming in LIS Friday!

karynetaylor said...

you're busy, the bugs are busy, the punctuation and wingdings are all over the place. But more about the girl at the laundromat??

~ Karyn

uscga1995 said...

Ever seen moth balls?

louf48 said...

ever SMELLED moth balls?

slacbacmac said...

Yeah, RIGHT: "How did you get they tiny legs apart?"
A joke as old as the InterWeb & THIRD GRADE.
Simple minds---Got any SPIDRE jokes??? ~Author~

louf48 said...

Do you have Sir Walter Raleigh in a can?

uscga1995 said...

OK got it.  Prince Albert.....running/working......seen/smelled???

Give me a break.  I lost 48 brain cells in Louisiana.....and 19 IQ points reading the SlacBac blog.  

Speaking of green ghosts......didn't he play football for Notre Dame?

slacbacmac said...

Thereyago>>> HERE'S the line=punch, Tell the set-up:
"That's well & good, but how are You @ catching mice?"
THEN: name the Movie^ ~author~

deabvt said...

This Wednesday, there is a catafalque to view

What is a catafalque, slac?

slacbacmac said...

Appreciata, Vince> a catafalque is a Riser which holds a
casket or coffin. I have seen too many of them all=to.


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