Friday, March 21, 2008

Happy Vernal Equinox, F.U.ers
















Well, I swear last night was almost as long as today, and the moon is just about full. I think I am standing up a little straighter and possibly taller. Every coin I have flipped today to make most of my usual daily life-or-death decisions has managed to land on edge. Weird. Sort of makes you want to get naked, smear blood all over yourself and sacrifice/pork a virgin in a ring full of like-minded and similarly dressed people. Some things about human society just never change, thank goodness!

8 comments:

Doc Bok said...

Hey OneEar, how come you got so much snow? Didn't you hear? I just said it was spring. Damned hedgehog and his pesky weather predictions...
The last officially sanctioned pagan holiday accurate again, I guess.

And Bunderkraut: Ha Ha. Made you look.

OneEar said...

Well, I see that, in your bid to control the Churck, you have taken up the mantle of drinking on Fridays.

Doc Bok said...

OneEar, are you making the outrageous assertion that, like Vladimir Putin, I am altering the votes such that I place my puppet, Gaydolf Hitler, in control of the Churck? Secretly hoping he will continue his scorchingly apathetic trajectory, leaving me to pull the strings in the background? Just to keep Ms. Litzi entertained?

Or are you making the more sinister accusation that I have oranges on my breath?

Doc Bok said...

Plus, why do you think they call it "Good" Friday?

litzi said...

You two give new meaning to “Good Friday”…LOL! Only 4 days left to decide which “clown” is going to be the Flock Leader. I’m still amenable to bribery.

Your photo of Stonehenge is apropos for the Vernal Equinox, Doc Bok.

I hope you both get lots of chocolate eggs from the Easter Bunny.

litzi said...

Doc Bok,
Call it "Bad Friday"...

Doc Bok said...

"bad Friday", Litzi? Why, what happened? When I used to run the Trauma service, I had a strict policy to not bury anyone who died on Good Friday so as not to eliminate the possibility that they might be having an encore performance on Sunday--you know, showmanship. Plus, those funeral costs are high enough without having to do it twice for the same person.

litzi said...

Hi Doc Bok,
It’s amazing that you were able to maintain a sense of humor (albeit a bit warped!) while running the Trauma service. You must have seen some rather gruesome sights.

I hope you’re having a pleasant Easter Day!