Saturday, July 21, 2007

G'day, indeed!

    When we last left our two misguided lovers in Australia, the "other woman" had shown up in Perth, and all bloody hell was about to break loose in the land down under.  However, now, things have gotten considerably more complicated:

    They're breeding! 


    And, they've tossed a Tasmanian into the mix.  That could make this tawdry little affair considerably more interesting.  It's like tossing a badger into a day care. 

    Who knew Australia could have such drama?  Stay tuned, I suppose. 

    In other news, someone is still alive in South America:

    I was wondering what happened to that part of the world.  It's been almost six months since someone from the deep south dropped in.  

    By the way, what is that?  Buenos Aires?

    How's the weather down there?  It's winter, so I'm thinking it's snowing and cold, and pretty soon, Santa will be on his way.  After all, let's face it, the Jolly Red Man (no, I'm not talking about Hugo Chavez) and his bulky winter outfit doesn't exactly work for a nice, summer day in late December in South America.  So, it's probably better to have Christmas in July, isn't it? 

    Yes, people!  I am just babbling.  I can't really think of anything to write about at the moment, but I do think I need to keep these arthritic digits moving lest I wind up looking like some sort of twisted, crippled character out of a Harry Potter book (speaking of which, how many of you already got your copies?).  Plus, I'm going to be plunking around on my guitar tonight with a friend's bad, so I probably should see what I can do to get these knuckles a little more functional.  So, it's pretty much going to be a day where I just type, type, type.

    Anyway, since my head is not exactly working due to lack of necessary caffeine, I figure today I'm justgoing to do what Emily does, and ask (or beg) you all to suggest a topic for me to write about.  I promise I will try to make sense. 

    So, fair planet earth, what's on your mind?



  1. "A friend's BAD"? Freudian slip?
    Hello South America! --Cin

  2. This is better than neighbours and home and away, betcha don't get that crap in the US huh?
    Gaz ;-)

  3. Ya know.  I have a certain hesitation about fixing that typo, Cinzano.  It's actually kind of accurate.  Perhaps it should read "a friend's bad band."  


  4. How writing about being totally

  5. Hi !!!!!!! Tonight I am feeling and thinking Political. What do you think of one's responsibility of having a voice when it comes to something they don't like or believe in ?? Do you think its important to have a voice when you feel a certain way ????

    Thanks for sharing this. Take care.

  6. Wow... they are breeding!  LOL

    No caffeine?  What no coffee?  Turning monk or somethin?

    be well,