Sunday, December 07, 2008

This Is Still Funny



...and I'm going to miss W.

5 comments:

S. Weasel said...

Felix! Before I forget! Uncle B and I were in an antique store last week, and they had a whole BUNCH of old Louis Wain framed prints. We talked about buying you one, but they weren't really that nice -- old lithos in uninteresting frames. Reproduction standards used to be such crap.

Anyway. Thinking of you...

lemurking said...

All right! You got me to laugh - thanks 'felix!

Been wallowing in self-pity (e'en tho it has been a bastard of a stomach bug) enough now.

How is life on the circuit?

iamfelix said...

Stoaty: Thinking of you, too, and hoping you're living your country head off (as my Mom used to say). :-) I will have to get back to Wain Wednesdays. I've posted a bunch of video these past couple days, as I've managed to hijack a couple speedy, non-passworded wireless connections ... I have ... dialup ... (because I'm poor).

LK: I'm glad you're feeling better and that I made you laugh. That video kills me. I hope I make it through this winter without getting flu (I got the shot) -- nothing I hate worse than stomach-distress. And since I nearly croaked in 1998 from ulcerative colitis, I know whereof I speak. Life on the circuit is ... tenuous. Everybody at the whole place is jumpy as hell. If you stuck your head in a room and yelled BOO, probably half the people in it would faint (and the other half would fly around the room backwards, like a balloon).

lemurking said...

Ulcerative colitis... geez a co-worker just had that. He said it was beyond agonizing and it nearly killed him. Then he said cases of it are on the rise... wonder why?

We're a bit jumpy too in our biz. No one reason but all of the little ones added up are distressing. Just keep your head down and breathe deep every so often... find your happy place.

iamfelix said...

I don't have too much ongoing problem with it now, but its companion that came with it, reactive arthritis, is a bugger. They're both auto-immune diseases, and frequently arrive together. I know that you know the pain thing, too ... fun, ain't it? Plus, I'm ollllld.