December 13, 2006

Why, yes, I AM still alive.

It has been an exceptionally long morning, made exceptionallier longer by the fact that I have contracted some sort of head-blockage.

Downside? It feels like I'm swimming in a pool full of wet cat fur when I walk.

Upside? My voice has a nice, deep, husky tone to it that makes me sound very much like Raymond Burr.

Anyway, no time to play, and so I need someone to host tomorrow's Thursday Three. PLEASE--we ask you not to all rush headlong and willy-nilly in your efforts to be the first to volunteer! While your enthusiasm is understandable in light of the tremendous prestige such an assignment brings, you must be nice to each other and not cause an indecorous mob scene! Drop me an e-mail or leave a note in the comments below if you are willing to take on this grand and glorious task.

As usual, monetary compensation will be offered, and will be based upon the amount of currency we have in petty cash. At the moment, it appears to be approximately seven cents and a button.


Noted East Carolina doctor of philosophy Jim Smith has been selected from the vast wriggling pool of volunteers to host tomorrow's Thursday Three.

Congratulations, sir!

SO, everyone be sure to check in first thing bright and early tomorrow, and see what sorts of questions Dr. Smith has for us.

Posted by Terry Oglesby at December 13, 2006 01:20 PM

Someone can still have this if they want it. I do however, have a set of mundane and probably repeated questions.

Posted by: jim at December 13, 2006 04:10 PM

The nice part of it is we can now go direct to the manufacturer of T3 questions instead of visiting the reseller.

And I'll match the horsehair stuffing in my sinuses against your cat hair any day of the week.

Posted by: skinnydan at December 13, 2006 04:37 PM

Yes, nothing like getting it wholesale.

As for head-packing materials, what are you using on your clog? I've tried Drano but it doesn't seem to be working very well.

Posted by: Terry Oglesby at December 13, 2006 04:49 PM

If I can borrow a snake I think I might. Roto-Rooter is booked all day.

Posted by: skinnydan at December 14, 2006 10:06 AM