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Sunday, January 30, 2005

I Value Your Feedback

Today has been one of the most spectacularly dull days in the history of my life, don’t you think? I’m sure I’ve had duller days as an infant or a school bus passenger, but I can’t remember the details. What do you think? Also, do you think I should buy a rifle, or a car? If I buy a car, I have nothing with which to fire bullets as I drive; if I buy a rifle, I can walk around shooting, but I haven’t the advantage of a quick getaway. I don’t intend to hit living things, just street signs and tires.

Well, what do you think?


Blogger Attila Girl said...


5:29 PM  
Blogger Janet A. Roesler said...

Why can't you compromise and get a second-hand Yugo AND a pellet gun?


5:35 PM  
Blogger Charlotte said...

Get a car -- one that has electrical outlets instead of a cigarette lighter. That way you can plug in an electric chainsaw and won't need a rifle.

6:57 PM  
Blogger Preston Taylor Holmes said...

Buy the gun. It's much harder to kill someone in self defense with a car.

7:36 PM  
Blogger kari said...

i'll rival you on the "boring day" bit...
i'm watching "the actors studio" on bravo. james lipton is the highlight of my sunday.
now i'm going to put a bic pen into my eyeball.

7:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The rifle, and quickly!

7:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well...I recommend the rifle. Once you start shooting, no doubt some anti-gunner will flee his/her/its automobile on foot and leave you with use of a 'loaner' without all the hassle of messing with Avis.

7:56 PM  
Blogger Jeff said...

If you're really that broke - & I have my doubts - you could open a meth lab in your bathtub. It's really easy, & no one thinks twice about a hidebound old mare asking the pharmacist for 200 boxes of Sudafed.

Q: Why does Donal keep telling us his columns are up? Is this some sort of Icelandic slang? Is he being outre? I DON'T GET IT

11:49 AM  
Blogger Esther Wilberforce-Packard said...

All good suggestions, peoples. I bought a Segway and a pygmy derringer.

This hidebound old mare has tried the Sudafed route many many many times.

I know nothing of Donal’s columns, up or down. I shudder to think of what it could mean. The Saami are a nomadic people; their ways are a mystery to me.

1:30 PM  
Blogger Jeff said...

Is it true you have the face of Hermoine Baddeley & the dangerous madness of Kelly Ripa?

5:11 PM  
Blogger Esther Wilberforce-Packard said...

Dangerous madness of Kelly Ripa, yer darn tootin'! - the face of Hermione Baddeley, not yet. Some day, though. Some day.

*sigh* Some day.

6:57 PM  

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