Tuesday, March 4, 2008

wal-mart baby

This was the coolest thing that happened today:Yeah, totally awesome day. I couldn't even fully appreciate this odometric phenomenon because it just reminded me of a really terrible movie, one which is easily confused with an equally terrible movie that came out the year before. Not the high points of Natalie Portman's career, lemme tell ya.

Over the course of the past few hours, I have progressed from "I think I'm starting to get a cold" to "I am sick and probably going to die by sundown." I know I could have taken some Airborne®, but I don't trust schoolteachers to create my medicine. Give me a scientist or a doctor, please.

6 comments:

Kyle said...

I am so on board with you w/r/t Airborne['s advertising at least]. It's like if you went to the car mechanic and they had a sign outside that said "Hey, we make really good sandwiches!"

kristen said...

nice job driving at a residential speed limit while photographing.

Expavesco said...

Nice how you...
DOE! Kristen beat me to it.

Not that it makes a really big difference. Unsafe at any speed. ;)

Tracy said...

Don't feel bad though, Kristen beats a lot of people to a lot of things.

Expavesco said...

Zing!!!

wait, was that a zinger?

T.R. said...

Not only that, but Airborne contains a chemical agent that forces everyone who drinks it to say "It was made by a schoolteacher" all the time for no reason.

 
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