Greetings from the Omnigraphic Blogopticon. On view are vile sticky things dragged from the attic, snarky commentary on the world at large, and all-encompassing ennui. All that and a weird rubbery smell. A horrible time will be had by all.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Bored and Feeling Random

I found this whilst meandering around reading some online crap about Skylab for absolutely no logical reason that I can think of. I like the detail. It's as though it was a stamped out using a potato carved in a jr. high art class. I'm also impressed by the notice to "Look out below".

Annoyingly, neither I nor my mother seemed interested enough in Skylab's fiery death plunge (actual newspaper quote) to save any clippings. I've got a whole box of old clippings, most of which are moronic things like Danville getting in the Guinness Book for playing the longest softball game or photos from a flood that happened in the 1940s but the local paper felt the need to reprint it because there wasn't enough real news that day. But not a scrap on Skylab.

Pfffftttt.

On to the randomness. Ahhh, the wonders of randomness. The internets are just littered with randomness and I'm inexplicably feeling the need to add to it, plus I'm much too lazy to take new pictures of Santa Wino. I kinda have to rummage around through some boxes to find him.

When you wash your ocicat, remember to use plenty of fabric softener and put the dryer on the "low" setting, otherwise the damn things shrink, and nobody wants a shrunken ocicat. Shrunken ocicats are of no use whatsoever.

Dunno. Maybe a shrunken ocicat might make a better ring-toss target.


What's this? A newly discovered Jackson Pollock?


Nope, just a poop-covered car I spotted on the way to the bus one morning. See, robins either migrate here from up north and stay for the winter or they stop by for a quick poop-fest before they head further south. It's funny because it's not my car.

7 comments:

Scott said...

That's one fat-ass cat.

I'm also glad that my Honda Accord isn't covered with bird poop.

Obsidian Kitten said...

I can't believe your cat half fills a laundry basket. I think I might opt for the shrunken version if I were you.

Happy to see you. I was just trying to make up some diseases to explain to my spouse how it's done (shambling shingles was the sole example I was able to dredge up) but it's no fun alone. I know there are much better ones in here somewhere.

*blogopticon rummaging noises commence*

Obsidian Kitten said...

Reference library for aforementioned list of illness, ails, diseases, malaises, and general ills:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fictional_medicines_and_drugs

BlackCrow said...

Hi Sev!!
Dam! I was really hoping to see some the Wino Santa again.
Do you use hot or cold water for washing the cat? Do you think they would felt in hot water?

Love the bird pooped car...ha, ha, ha...you must have some full on fiber eating bird there!

Sage said...

ho still gets all the fun! Miss you friend! I have 5 months and Im almost to my PhD/EdS level!

Lady Euphoria Deathwatch said...

Hi Severina,

I’ve posted a meme on my Blog and you have been chosen for The Stylish Blogger Award.

Feel free to not participate. But if you do the posting is found here.

http://ladyeuphoriadeathwatch.blogspot.com/2011/01/on-being-noticed.html

Hugs, Euphoria

Obsidian Kitten said...

Has the ocicle eaten you?