Tuesday, February 19, 2008

An Open Letter To The Mold Found In My Building Which They Are Testing Which Means I Don't Have To Be There Until Noon Tomorrow

I love you!

10 comments:

Mr. Ricardo said...

I understand. I had the same feelings for a fungi. But I knew it wouldn't last. We were from two different sides of the wall. Then one day I got to the office and...gone! To this day I can't walk by a mushroom without getting a bit misty eyed. Okie dokie it's way passed my bedtime!

Joe said...

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Make way... Coming through...
Mold inspectors...

Anonymous said...

We're not supposed to talk about the mold. Moldy, moldy, moldy, moldy. Nice to mold you. Sorry, that was my Austin Powers' GoldMember imitation. I'm only awake right now because one of my good friend's felt the need to text me awhile ago with some non-sense text msg. Ohhh, don't worry, he felt my wrath. But not like you might think. He asked some stupid question and my reply was, "THIS TEXT MSG WAS SENT BY DAMN DIRTY APES." Nothing serious, just my humoristic way to say that I wasn't ready to get up yet. I seem to be handling it well though, but I still think I need a couple more hrs. But once I wake up, this brain of mine hits the floor running. I need to put a governor on it.

Michael.
La.

Joe said...

In one of the locations where I worked for a few years, the fire alarm went off at least twice a month even though there wasn't a fire. Everyone obviously had to evacuate the building and the fire truck(s) would come. We used to call them Premature Evacuations.

They were fun, unless it was in the winter and 10 below outside. Then we would curse the fire department for taking so long to check out the building and let us back in.

Anonymous said...

I forgot to mention my thoughts on Big Brother that I caught on Sunday...It SUUUCKKED!! I've watched Big Bro long enough to know that it takes a few weeks before it gets interesting. However, these seem like the most uninteresting people I have ever seen. What's worse is, there is really no attractive people. I'm still gonna hang in there. I've come too far to turn back now. I'm too emotionally invested in this program. I got 8 seasons under my belt, so I guess I need to take the good with the bad. As long as they have Janelle make a guest appearance again. She's the tops!!

Michael.
La.

Ted from Accounting said...

Not being there until noon = Bueno

Mold = Not so bueno

Man, Jerk Sauce would make a good band name! Ok, it is settled! I'd like Joe on the guitar and Michael on drums! Were making a music video tomorrow so start practicing!

Michael, I'm a Big Brother fan as well. I can't get into this season at all! I've been saying that they need to replace Julie Chen for a couple of years now and do some better casting. Too much of the same thing! That guy who made those remarks about disabled children should be kicked off the show and have something else kicked. As a non-confrontationalist my whole life...I'd still volunteer to help with that.

Anonymous said...

I just got through watchin' Greg on E.D Hill for obvious reasons. He's funny. But more importantly, a segment or so before he came on, they were talking about a new marketing thing where people can scratch~n~lick or something like that,different products. All they did though, was steal Alison's idea from a few tumblr posts awhile ago about the scratch~n~sniff pie thingie. Those greedy corporate sons a bit**es. They may get away with this, but we here at the Alison's blog know better. I'm disgruntled.

Michael.
La.

Anonymous said...

Now I'm not disgruntled anymore. Just to show how much in the Technology Dark Ages I choose to remain in. It was friday night, and I decided to look at my very confusing cable remote. I finally worked up the nerve to test it out. What I was able to discover was, I'm able to buy movies from the T.V. I'm quite certain this has been around 4-ever, but it's news to me. So I decided to buy "The Brave One." with Wendy's fav. lesbian in it. You can have it 4 like 24 hrs. It's amazing. Truth-be-known though? It took me a 22 hrs span to completely watch this movie. I can't sit still long enough to watch a movie str8 through. The movie was good. Pretty intense. I was like,"That's not the *Nell* I remember."

Michael.
La.

P.s. Just imagine what I might discover if I spent time looking at my toaster. I'm sure it's full of wonders!

Joe said...

Michael, it might be time to get the baseball bats out again!

Anonymous said...

I wasn't gonna add to my previous comment, but I've come too far now. I hate to admit this, but I have spent a good portion of my day trying to figure out how to record shows on my DVR. I probably got about 3 or more hrs invested in this. I tried everything. Well, I finally called tech support and tried to see what I was doing wrong. The nice young lady replied, "Sir, you don't have the package to be able to do that." Then of course after that she said,"Would you be interested in upgrading?" I just simply replied "No thank you." You would think I would be embarrassed, but I think it's funny as hell. I always appreciate a good humbling.

Michael.
La.

P.S. It's one of those, guess you had to be there thingies. The good part about it, I was there. That's good enough for me.