Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Hurricane Wednesday

17 comments:

Pam said...

GRRRrHAHAHHAHAHA! I totally get this post! Too funny!

K9 said...

moi if you like this you could make several of your own in Garage Band! (in about 20 minutes) suddenly white stripes' minimalism looks like mozart.

Boxer said...

I really like this song. AND she reminds me of you, or you if you had ever gotten the chance to be a rock star. (which you are, but you know what a I mean.)

Very "Go'Go's-eque" or Bangles which is probably why I like it. Plus, I can actually hear the words and for the rest of the day I'm sure I'll be singing

"that's not my name, that's not my name."

Happy Wednesday. I'm in work hell until Friday.

K9 said...

okay. i didnt get it. tell me. (i admit i couldnt get past the 40 second mark)

moi said...

Pam: Everybody's been emailing me this morning.

K9: Yeah, I should have stuck with the drums. Like Meg White, I, too, could have been fashionable beating on a Kleenex both with a pair of chopsticks

Boxer: I like the last part of the song best: "Are you calling me darlin'? Are you calling me bird?" I had a day's reprieve. Now back in it, too.

K9: You don't have to listen to the whole song. Just turn on the weather.

K9 said...

HA! that's what happens when you turn off the tv and dont cruise Drudge.

Boxer said...

@Chickie - to me, it's simple and today .... I need simple.

moi said...

Rottie: Yes. There is joy in ignoring the fact that the National Weather service either cannot spell, or cannot pronounce. Vowel before one consonant, is long. Before two, short. Regardless, there is no E sound in the English letter I! Although, you watch, Czar will be around to prove me wrong.

Boxer: Hey, Budhists chant. Me, I listen to repetitious music. But I like the way this evolves into something edgy-lilting. Plus, very easy to bounce around to. Just don't trip over the dog . . .

czar said...

Beware absolutes.

Lecturer is stating how a double-negative makes a positive, but in no known language does a double-positive ever make a negative.

Voice from back of room: "Yeah, yeah . ."

Moi, you are a force of nature, no matter how it's pronounced.

czar said...

Occurs to me, it's a name, not a word. I presume the forecasters are pronouncing it like Tina, Katrina . . .

How should it be pronounced? Rinna? Rye-na?

Ri-NAH?

czar said...

Just watched the video.

Lisa.
Staci.

moi said...

Czar: You got it! Stooooopid, right? Lookie here: Stacie, Stacy, Stacey. Teena, Tiena, Tyna. That's just wrong. Rules, man, we need rules! To me, if there were such a thing, this storm would be pronounced RYE-nah.

czar said...

I still want that job as Minister to France when you take over the world. When the hell is that happening anyway?

Aunty Belle said...

heh--iffin' I had ignored the title of the post an' din't know your other name, Moi, I would be wif' the Rottie--what is y'all tawken about??

But--did git it, tho the music is, ah,unusual. I'se on yore team: WE NEED RULES people.

Who named this storm? An' like Czar, it doan matter--youse a force of nature no mater how thas' spelt.

whar' is tha 'cane now?

moi said...

Czar: Yeah, yeah, keep your hat on; it's coming. Running a revolution isn't the easiest thing, you know. The outfits alone . . .

Aunty: Like one of my temper tantrums, quickly downgraded to a tropical depression. Last I heard, it's lightly smacking against the Yucatan. Which is disappointing. I wanted this thing to really blow.

fishy said...

Haiku Monday theme is up at the Pond.
Looking forward to your entries ( as always)
and
Happy Weekending :-)

Aunty Belle said...

It wuz a dark an' stormy night...
what is horror?

@Ether Capacious ( but it's long--if youse starin' down a deadline, youse excused.) Doan bring the chillen'.