Saturday, December 15, 2007


This is a violation of my rights. You know, the right to have a s**w free winter.
Yeah, it snowed here last night. (If I didn't know better I'da thunk Lin sent this to plague me.)
Actually that picture came from a friend in Wisconsin. But that stuff did indeed decide to violate our pristine existence.
I'm thinking of sending it to David Macmahon. Shock the hell out of those Banana Benders.
Keep a stiff upper lip. Cheerio.
Don't forget to click the header.


alphonsedamoose said...

C'mon, a little snow is a good thing.
The header was really neat. I noticed it made a figure eight rather than a circle.

Catmoves said...

Moose, snow is a good thing:
1.In Squaw Valley,
2.In Taos N.M,
3.In Stowe, Vt.
4.All places such a those.
It does not belong:
1.Where I am.
Did you explore that site? Lots of neat stuff Owen might like.

Lin said...

Yes, as a matter of fact, I DID send you that snow. It was my way of helping you offset that global warming thing in ABQ so be very grateful that I did my altruistic part.

Are you sure that the photo isn't YOUR vehicle? Schotzy said that you get carried away with the foil when you get to doing up quirky turkeys.

Catmoves said...

Lin, you really didn't have to be so darn altruistic.
I made a couple of snowballs (which now reside in my freezer) for your pleasure when you visit.
As for that vehicle, nah. since we don't have to haul things around now, we've kind of gotten ecology minded and drive a mid sized car.
BTW, Schotzy is now a team member (if I did it right) and has her own gmail box. Her name at gmail. I'm trying to teach her to check it daily, but you know how independent Queens can be.

Anonymous said...

Banana Benders? Good one.

I love the science website. I'm a bit of a nerd, too.

Catmoves said...

Babzy, I lived in Queensland (Aust.) for a number of years. Aussies have nicknamed people who live there as "Banana Benders". They're just jealous because the state has a climate that is great for growing bananas.
I'm doing a short blog for all on what the bananas they buy look while growing.