Friday, February 20, 2009

Happy Fishnet Friday!

bathing in gasoline

TGIFF!
At least there was some good news today. I love dolphins and it's uplifting so I won't comment on the irony of the location.

Flowing Heat

Gatochy's Blog

t e l e s p h o r e

The Sarcastic Dharma Society - "You Swan Go On (by Mount Eerie)".
Funambula

Gatochy's Blog

This is so F-ing hilarious:
I Love You Forever and Always
via BuzzFeed
The bubble writing reminds me of my high school yearbook. Couldn't stand it.
If you were Jonathan who would you choose?
Some things never change... I pretty much hated most people in high school and never told anyone I loved them (because I didn't). Of course, I had plenty of other things to say about them.

via Wagga - source unknown

Shelby Sifers - "Are You Devo? (The Spirituals remix)".

Iveta B via Wagga

The novel is set in an allegedly dystopian alternate reality in which most nations (now controlled by the United States) are dominated by for-profit corporate entities while the Government's[1] Political power is extremely limited. Some readers consider it similar in satiric intent to George Orwell's 1984, but of a world with too little political power as opposed to too much. Consequently, some readers see the novel as a criticism of libertarianism. Many readers also see it as a criticism of globalization, although Barry claims he is not an anti-globalizationist.[2]

Travels - "Dogs".

20 comments:

FridayFlowy(V) said...

Wow Akira...

The GOOD... the BAD... and the UGLY...

Scary fatness and seals...

Salome... gorgeous...

FridayMURST!

Friday said...

I thought up a new word for that huzzy in the top foto... globious... globoloso... globuscular...

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I love the giant fishnets... graphic...

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I learned to say nothing in high school... the "popular" ones would slime you in a second and the greaser punks would trash your locker... lie low... go slow... blend in...

FridayFlowy(V) said...

The last comment was a slip

Cause it's FridayFlowy writing...

And I'm verified (V)!

Akira said...

Oooh, I liked the elevator music version of the Eurythmics on iloveyouforeverandalways.com.
They are so hard to read, I haven't read through all of the letters, but I'm leaning towards Suzanne and Robyn.
I wonder whatever happened to Jonathan. Most of those types end up imploding, but I guess he's still around.

Akira said...

High School is all about falling into a category - as far as where you eat lunch, who you hang out, etc. and I didn't want to be categorized. Sometimes I might choose to eat lunch in the painting room, computer lab, library, bio lab, front lawn or with the other "freaks from West Marin" who were generally assumed to be pot smokers.

While I think it should be legalized, I'm not a big personal fan of pot.
Looking back at high school is rather interesting, because some people seem to be stuck there.

Akubi said...

Now they're playing an Elevator Music version of Sweet Child of Mine!

FridayFlowy(V) said...

Hi Akira... high school was a trip... I liked the greasers and druggies best because they were honest... and I was a good athlete... so the coaches loved me...

I skipped a lot... never had a boyfriend... no love letter writing... fled the scene...

Hi Akubi >>> TGIF!

Akira said...

Greasers suggest you might be James Dean's age if he were still alive...
Since the grades were worthless as far as getting into a good U, I regularly skipped PE to catch up on other things or buy chocolate and strawberries at Safeway.
Perhaps I'm inherently lazy, but I'm not big on wasting energy on useless pursuits.
After elementary/middle school school, I was never an athlete other than an accidental pull-up champion I became for a day.
Practically everyone I know says I wouldn't feel so depressed if I got into working out and the sun and such - briefly tried it and it didn't work out for me.
Fine. However, the only form of working out (other than walking) is swimming, but I don’t like swimming in pools full of snot without my dogs.
Hopefully, the housing market will drop to the point that my Boyz and I can have our own personal pool.
I could swim forever.

kuato said...

Hi everyone!

FridayFlowy(V)(on Saturday) said...

"I could swim forever."

Yes... floating in a sunbeam...

Hi Akira!... hi kuato!

Anonymous said...

As in one of those Sunbeam vibrators marketed for other purposes?
Do they still exist?

FridayFlowy(V)(Researching) said...

I'm researching vibrators for a friend...

I was thinking of a Ferticare model for them... any thoughts?

Dystopian DaDa Doodle said...

Is it just me or does it seem as though the SHIT is seriously hitting the fan (from many directions)?

Dystopian DaDa Doodle said...

I don't know about these vibrators, but I do think everyone needs their own personal electroshock alarm clock and it would appear we're getting it now.
Walked by the magnetized MRI place today and felt more energy from that than anything I've recently dated.

FridayFlowy(V)(SelfSearching) said...

I have to fess up I'm researching for myself... ("for a friend" is a stupid feint)

I've never had one (should I ---shouldn't I? More gadgets...)

When I google "sunbeam" I got the ferticare reference...

"Ferticare"? (Sunbeam wins on marketing)

Do people really research if dead people can have the big-o... maybe in the stimulus package? waaaaa!

wagga said...

@Dystopian DaDa Doodle said...

Attracted?

SundayFlowy(V) said...

Hi dada doodle... whoa... ho...

Attracted = Hypermagnetic

Akubi said...

@Flowy,
I see nothing wrong with owning a vibrator. I've owned several and turned my friends onto them too.
If you can't get to an SF or Berkeley Good Vibrations store in person, I highly recommend checking their site out.

kuato said...

Boycott the fascist GE as much as possible, buy Whirlpool and stick it to the man. That is all.

Hi Akubi! Hi Flowy! Hi Everyone!

SundayFlowy(V) said...

Hi Akubi...

Who knew how complex pleasureland was? Goodvibes has a lot of goodvibe choices...

It's good they have a Info Desk

hi kuato! I never buy GE... their lightbulbs and appliances are low quality and the management are jerks.