............for the moment
Brenda, the YouTube star!Was that H filming? And did I hear him laughing near the end?
I think there was not nearly enough earth-shattering screaming going on. There would've been, had I been along for the ride!
Ha! Yep, Amy, that was H filming and me laughing.Berlynn, rest assured, the screaming came later. :)
What fun! Merry Christmas Brenda :-)
Now I just want one of those.
Craziness! (What fun!)
You mean it got worse than than, B? Holy krikee!?! You're a much riskier poet than I am, B!
It took a half hour to download, but after seeing this and that picture of a python swallowing an alligator that eventually split the snake in half, I can now truly say I've seen it all and can die with a smile on my face. I always thought I would attain completion through poetry, but it turned out it was Brenda on YouTube. Goodbye cruel world.
You know what happened to Frank O'Hara, don't you? (There were couple close calls for your cameraman, I think.)
Can we get one of those for colony?
Which - a giggling H? A devil-may-care B? Or a chauffeur-driven drift buggy? (Or even just a copy of H/B/c-d db video?)
Door #1, door #2, door #3. Oh, Monty, Monty, Monty.The B is already going, H isn't, as far as I know, but that would be fun too, a giggling H, a snow-drift buggy would be perfect; however, I must drive.
Hi Brenda -- watching that You-Tube video was fun! I'm with Tracey... we need a snow-drift buggy at the colony.
Anita and Ariel, it was fun. Well, until I saw the photos of me in my wet jeans. Not a good look.Berlynn, there's nothing like a ride on one of those to put you in touch with your heart. Heck, at times it tried to leap right out of my chest.Ok. I'll tell Wayne he should build buggies for John, Tracy and ShelleyB. And I will not ride with Tracy. Knowing her, she'd be filming while driving.G, I didn't know O'Hara died that way. But ya, H just about got Franked a couple times.
crikey! b, i can hear you cackling away through your snow-drenched lips!
And snow-drenched they were! More like snow-packed. I had snow banks behind my glasses, too.
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