+++++a harmony of prayer & play composed for a rapt audience of [chirp]+++++
Oh Rhapsody!!! What a delight to see this posting!This is one of my very favourite movies! My mother and I used to watch it together and laugh... the "interview" - the reference department - "I didn't know you could make it with chicken" - there are SO MANY great lines!And it has one of the BEST Christmas party sequences that I know of - it reminds me of the parties at my first job. The water cooler filled with - er - punch. "This is for laughs. I've had a few laughs already."And the EMORAC is just hilarious! Boop-boop-be-BOOP. I have told countless computer scientists that it is one of the primary references to our discipline (along with Alice in Wonderland, The Phantom Tollbooth and Tron).Now I will have to watch it again. Then maybe I'll post something on my own blogg.
Hi Dr. Thursday!It's one of my all-time favorites also! Oldest & I try to out-stump each other... "M.C! Well... like it?""Nice hat.""Nice suit... you should wear it more often:)""Alexander 0-1492..."I start craving 'punch' every time!
mom, its COLUMBUS 0-1492!!!
You're a rare tropical fish, sweetie!HB!!!XOXOX:)
Oh, you're a sketch, Rhapsody...And happy birthday (belated) to "oldest"... maybe you'd like that in puce? Of course I know how to spell it.Just wait till you get my bill, you'll be impressed.I've got a lot to do today, but I hope to watch DS soon. Thanks for making me laugh!
Thank you for the birthday greeting! It's nice to know another DS fan! :)
OMgoodness....how I long to ride on the Mexican Ave bus...wearing my serape....Hey peg...
omigosh!!!jen :)!!!I'm thinking... who's jamming up the works?!!!"Catch anything?"
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