Friday, October 17, 2008

A visit from the Ghost of Christmas' Future



Harrison Bergeron is his name. Break out the hankies when the Beethoven starts to play. You'll need them.

4 comments:

  1. There is a hilarious scene where young Harrison picks a governor for Connecticut, and I couldn't help but think of Sarah Palin telling her children and husband the news that she was governer of Alaska. I almost picture it this way. (not the randomly being selected, but the sharing of the news)

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  2. Sorry dear. I read all your stuff and listened to all your tunes. I even watched this stupid movie. I bought some Sabra today, and when i got home I noticed it was dated to sell by October 14th. Oy.

    Anyway, I'll comment on stuff when I can. I've been busy with family stuff.

    Oh. And I discovered your clicker works fine when one's not already on the homepage, which is sensible. For example, click a post title (individual post permalink) and your header on that page will be clickable to take you home.

    More later.

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  3. I even visited Rachel's page.

    She's a cute kid.

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  4. oh boy, sorry for all the letdown big guy.
    The movie is 13 years old, and yeah, still cute. Not a threat to humanity, either. Although one of her 'friends' yesterday invited her to play, only to lock her in a closet and try to cut her hair off with a knife, after throwing sand in her mouth. I called to talk to mom, and she wasn't there, but Satan's spawn was, and when she answered the phone, it was like talking to someone who had no soul. Dead. When I asked for her mom, she said, dead like, "I know what this is about. The knife thing, huh. Tell Rachel I was only kidding."
    I said, 'Rachel doesn't play like that. It isn't fun to have a knife pulled on you. You can't play with her anymore. Don't come over here again."
    Well, she started stuttering. still like a zombie. And I hung up. Some people's kids, I swear.

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