Various and sundry sights.

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This is anachronous me. I’m a little twisted that way.

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This is a windmill. Above it is sky. Above that, “above” loses its frame of reference.

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This is the sky as the sun is either going down or coming up. Either way, the sun is there, and the ocean is there, and there’s a beach and some such.

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These are seals. Or, as my sister Becka would say, “sharks”. No, Becka, those aren’t sharks.

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Here we have two windmills, a cliff, the ocean, and the everpresent sky. Note the blueness of that sky.

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Apparently this large red thing pokes up from the ocean at some point. Geez. Someone tell those easterners how to landscape.

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This is a moose. Don’t worry, moose can’t eat you. Also, it’s just a picture.

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This is my little brother and sister. They’re still slightly androgenous, so if I told you they were both girls or some sort of hairless hamster, you probably wouldn’t know.

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This is another sister of mine, and by all impartial metrics, she’s good looking.

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This is Becka, the one that thinks seals are sharks.

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Lisa is the only one of us that is married, due to the fact that she can suck milk up her nose and shoot it out of her eye. Alright, I made that up. But what a great reason to get married!

dan (that’s all, folks)

14 thoughts on “Various and sundry sights.

  1. That’s why I said it you dingo :P Goodness.. you think I’d say something nice just “cuz”? I know what people like to hear..
    :P

  2. What you don’t think a person like me could ever know what that word means?
    *my dukes are up*
    lol.

  3. I have no idea… but you should. It’s a great word. Anyways, even if you don’t, analyzing the prefix and root should give you a pretty good idea.

    dan (or… dictionary.com)

  4. I knew long ago what the frikken word meant. But thanks for trying to make us dumbasses a bit smarter?

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