Saturday, January 12, 2008

I have a few questions.

1. Is there someone who's planning to take my Christmas tree down for me, or help me decide what to do about the poinsettias, or who plans to enfold my shiny little Christmas objets in tissue paper? Because I could use some help with that.
2. When will there be a movie (preferably a comedy) that I can watch without effort and still feel happy at the end of it?
3. Is Bruiser lonely? He seems lonely.
4. Am I missing something, or have I eaten at all the restaurants in SLC and now they seem stale and unimaginative?
5. Is the world more full of incompetent people than it was just a couple of weeks ago? Or is it that all the systems they have for doing practically everything have taken a turn and become really, really bad?
6. Why is it just pasta polenta rice polenta pasta around here?
7. Why did the people at Wild Oats let me leave without the butter, the cheese, and the mushrooms that I paid for?
8. Is it just me? Because it seems like maybe it's just me.


  1. Simple answers:

    1) Trust me, you don't want my help, unless you like a house full of needs and many broken shiny things.
    2) Such movies have been banned.
    3) All dogs seem lonely to me. I think it is in their DNA.
    4) SLC Restaurants are dull and unimaginative.
    5) Yes.
    6) Sounds kind of a tasty routine, if you ask me. It could be worse: you could be on the pre-packaged diet that many people seem to be on these days.
    7) See 5 above.
    8) No, it is not just you.

  2. Hey mamacita,
    I'll put your tree down, just send me a ticket. I'll be over there and have it done lickety split!

  3. I know. The world could use a good comedy. Or a few hundred more episodes of "30 Rock." Just watch the last one again. And again.
    I'm sure Bruiser is lonely. Sad.
    No!! I refuse to believe that SLC restaurants are dull and unimaginative. I won't believe it!! I had a good, tasty breakfast at Oasis. Will that do? And there's always Thai food. In my opinion.
    Well, with us it's: rice, rice, rice, pasta, rice. So.
    As far as "people" being incompetent, do you mean students? Then yes. I've never had so many who can't read a syllabus (which I explained, twice, during the first class) or how to get on Vista (okay, so I got on, now what am I supposed to do?). I want to scream. So I do scream, but they can't hear me.
    You have to keep a close eye on WO or they will rob you blind. I know.
    And good luck with the cleaning of Christmas cheer. I think you can hire someone for that...



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