We've got a new computer in the house and it's a PC. Our beloved octogenarian of an iMac got to the point where it was too painful to use for any length of time. On Christmas Day Supreme Leader's sisters brought over a new computer for us which was super wonderful of them. It's got all these extra buttons on the mouse though and I can't drag things anywhere. Still, it's pretty, fast and the bruises on my forehead from beating it agaist the desk are fading.
Random Tuesday, grab the button and vent. It's like cleansing but without all the gross stuff.
Wife: Are you shaking your head at me?
Me: No, I'm looking back and forth quickly.
For all those who delight in the heavenly cured porcine wonder that is bacon.
I've already for citizenship.
Most of the Christmas toys were taken upstairs yesterday where Connor promptly arrayed them into a vast army. The good guys are American and he's fighting the Revolutionary War. I tried to explain that we were kinda' on the other side in that one, but like most things I say, he just ignored me.
Something I never expected to be saying over Christmas: Put down the dead monkey and come here.
Something I never expected to hear from my six year old: You're not here for the sweets, honey, you've got a job to do.
Saw two movies over the holiday, Julie & Julia and Inglorious Bastards. Julie and Julia was pretty good, though I didn't think Julie and her husband Eric's fight was walk out worthy. Laughed my ass off when he told her something he did better not end up in her blog. Inglorious Bastards was good, but not for the faint of heart. I love that Quentin Tarantino will kill anyone in his films at anytime. I wish I had that power.
Was that out loud?
Head over to Keely's, clean yourself out.
*Name the movie quote and win a warm little piece of my cold black heart.
Endless robotic loop of a toy train
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