Friday, March 03, 2006

In the Appliance Mosh Pit, the Atari 2600 Strangles the S**t Out of One of Them New-Fangled PS2's. Like Vanessa Williams, I Saved the Best For Last

Is it Friday already? Wow. I can't believe the quasi-hiatus is over so soon. Seems like the hiatus began just, geez, 4 or 5 days ago. Well, it's been an amazing journey. We've made incredible dicoveries together, you and I, revelations about "art", pop culture, and deleted comments we'll always remember. Who could forget those Michelangelo-esque drawings of the Alien Ant Farmers, rocking out like it was 2003? And with household appliances no less! Lol. And what about the picture of everyone's favorite magician-in-training, 15-year old Emma Watson, throwing back a Corona like she was 17-and-a-half and enrolled at FSU? What times we've had! These are indelible images that will last all of us a lifetime, and I'm so grateful we've been together this week to share in the magic that was the Crane's Inanities Quasi-Hiatus of March 2006. Hope your weekends don't feel like pale, lifeless facsimiles of your former lives, now that all of you are, in a way, doomed to live forever in the shadow of these quasi-hiatus posts. Life may have peaked for us this week.

What? I don't know either.

Anyway. Oscars Sunday. More blog on Monday.

7 comments:

blankfist said...

Did you type 'LOL'? Was that a 'Laugh Out Loud' in your post, Crane? Was it? Was that the ol' 'EL OH EL'? Yeah? It was?! OMG! LMFAO!

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r u there?

Nathan said...

Before meeting you beautiful people at NCSA..Back when I was 17 1/2 I was, in fact inrolled at FSU.

Fucking hated that place

blankfist said...

inrolled = enrolled
rediculous = ridiculous
nathan = sexy

harwell said...

This conversation is quasi-amusing. The emphasis being on the "quasi."

Not the "amusing."

blankfist said...

Why did you put the period inside the quotes? What kind of masters did you get?

harwell said...

Punctuation always goes inside the quotes, nimrod.

Prove me wrong. G'head.

blankfist said...

Only when it's an actual quote, I believe, dingle-gay, not just when its in quotations.

Why don't you prove yourself right.