Saturday, March 26, 2011

My Neighborhood (4)

Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends, we're so glad you could attend come inside, come inside. Won't be much in the way of captioning today, simply because I'm plum fresh out of verbiage. But them again, how many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie roll?

And if you're thinking dirty about that last sentence....CONGRABULATIONS!!!!!!

A random scenic shot at the Hemlock Hill campground. See all the pretty leaves on all the pretty trees? That's because there was once a little girl who had a little curl, right in the middle of her forehead, and when she was good, she was given every single little thing that her twisted little heart desired. In this case, trees with pretty leaves...and a writer who writes recycled cartoon dialogue/MAD Magazine dialogue masquerading as intelligent captioning.

Random scenic house shot in Litchfield (I think). Not to be confused with the lame show House or the parody show This Old Shack (found on old episodes of America's Funniest People) or the song by Madness called Our House or the old t.v. show featuring Wilfred Brimley, Shannon Doherty and Deidre Hall called Our House.

Damn! I am just on a roll today ain't I?

Contrary to what you're seeing, this is not picture of my boot, nor Das Boot nor Kinky Boots nor the show Picket Fences. Somewhere along the bottom rail is a chipmunk. Not Chip and Dale, nor Alvin, Simon or Theodore. We had a chipmunk that hung ten (or is it 12?) a good chunk of last summer. But aren't those green leaves purrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrty?

Random scenic shot taken while not Walking in L.A. nor was it taken while not Driving My Life Away. Again, aren't those Leaves of Green (movie featuring Ed Norton) purrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrty?

Random side street shot located Downtown, where all the Uptown Girls hang out. And remember kids, this isn't taken from the van down by the river, but it's taken by the HALL MONITOR!!! (SpongeBob Squarepants).

Okay, so I ran out of gas, ran out of juice, ran out of steam, ran out of time, and just plain ran out. So hire Sioux City, Sioux New and sue me. But make sure you have the Boy Named Sue as the judge. Because....because...oh skip it.


  1. Hahahaha! That conjured up about two dozen images.

  2. I would hope so. :D

    I got on a roll yesterday while I was creating this and I couldn't stop myself from doing a ton o' word associating.

    I really needed to go somewhere for a little while, and writing this post helped.

  3. I like the picture where you are NOT walking in L.A. Duh, the sky in the picture isn't brown! :)

  4. Charles: It certainly does a body good to realize that Spring is just around the corner knocking on the door.

    T1G: Brown? They have brown sky in L.A.?


  5. Yes - I think you were on a roll, G - that was fun. :)

  6. Lynn: Thanks. There are days when the brain is just oozing with pop culture goodies that need to shared with one and all. :D

  7. I'm fascinated by the boot. Does that make me weird?

  8. Cool man, cool. I gotta start putting some witty captions on my photos again. Wit, one of life's priceless gifts. You got it, my friend.

  9. Joe: Not necessarily. Das Boot is a WW2 German sub flick and Kinky Boots is a flick about a shoe factory that makes boots for drag queen perfomers (true story).

    Boots in general are very cool. I find them to be such a great fashion accessory that I often try to work them into my writings.

    Ryan: Thank you sir.

    My wit, as of late, has been MIA, due in part to crap going on at work. But sometimes, when it makes an appearance, it can be a memorable thing.

  10. I came late to the comment party!

    I clocked the pic big to see the chipmunk- n also I saw lots of unraked leaves! Yep, nice hiking boot too-

    I thought this was pretty funny, especially the begining- was that Emerson, Lake, n Palmer? I have that LP somewhere- I once made a short horror film with my Dad's real film movie cam put to the instu tune just after it (what's the name grh-).

    I do want to see some trees with pretty green, so thanks!

  11. Snaggle: Yes, the beginning was Emerson, Lake & Palmer (Karn Evil 9, part 2).

    I basically got on a roll that day and the words just simply came out in a torrential downpour.

    Leaves almost never get raked in our yard. They simply get mulched by the lawnmower.


Nouns, verbs, adverbs and adjectives of all types are greatly encouraged and always appreciated.