Saturday, October 28, 2006

Lesson of the Day

Cell phones and water don't mix.

Apparently it's really bad if you wash your jeans with your cell phone still in the pocket.

Monday, October 09, 2006

Thud! Crunch!

We knew it was only a matter of time, considering we live right close to a fairly busy intersection and the people in Blo-No have no idea how to drive. The girls in Apartment 9 have witnessed an automotive accident. Normally this wouldn't warrent an entire blog entry, but there was something special about this. You see, I didn't see it happen, I just heard the "Thud! Crunch!" So I have no idea how the truck driver managed this. I had to draw a picture, because I'm sure I wouldn't be able to describe to you, in words, the position the semi was left in. I couldn't figure out a way to show that the cab and the trailer are, in fact, still attached, so you'll just have to use your imagination.

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Now, of course, I was a fair distance away from the accident, so I can't be certain that any of the firemen or police officers were hot, I'm just making a sweeping generalization. [Unfortunatly for you, you have to miss out on my awesome men-in-uniform stick figures because of the way the picture gets cropped. Bah.] I also want to say that in the battle between streetlights v. semi-trucks, streetlights are holding their own. That pole didn't buckle at all, it just stood there like a champ. If lamp posts had the ability to show emotion, I think this one would have been portraying annoyance at the fact that a semi had the nerve to crash into it.

So yeah. I spent a good part of my day making that picture.(If 5 minutes can be considered a good part). I don't have any classes this week, so I'm sure there will be more pointless posts like this one.