October 7th, 2004
|10:35 pm - We're turning again|
Dinner at the parents' house this evening. When I got home, I found a postcard from one evil_jim waiting for me. The illustrated side features this picture. The inside of the postcard reads:
Don Quixote: Don Quixote in his Library FRONT: An original design for the Lincoln
Memorial was passed over for a more sombre one.
Anyway, it sounds like he's having a good time in D.C., just as I plan to up north this weekend. This'll probably be my last entry before I leave, so I won't even see my journal until Sunday night. If you've been wanting to deface my livejournal, this is your chance. My password is "MisterGentlefinger."
To my Jolly Good Fellow,
The old man and I have arrived in our nation's capitol
and are enjoying the sights and sounds of a city I
have only until now known through picture books and
photo representations. - I say, if we don't learn
this fabulous metro-rail system soon, I will
need new shoes by week's end!
Visited the National Air & Space Museum today and
visited with John Glen on display.
I would write more but it would appear this post card
provides somewhat less space than even I had first
(Feel free to reprint some, all, or none of this
in your wonderful journal).
Colin Gagnon Esq. III, M.D.
Madison, WI XXXXX-XXXX
Wait a tic, I could have
written more here.
D__n my eyes!
See you soon, ol' chap!
Be sure to delight the
ladies in my abisence.
You're Henry Winkler!
What Classic Pin-Up Are You?
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Current Mood: busy
Current Music: Frank Zappa -- Prelude to an Afternoon of Sexually Aroused Gas Mask
since when in henry winkler a pin up? and why couldn't they at least use a pic of him as the Fonz?
I think he was thought to be sexier in this picture.
So how bored were you when you "filled out" the Pin-Up test?
Bored enough to "fill out" the pinup test.
Did I really say "abisence"? How silly of me if I did. I intended to say "absence." Sorry for the mix-up. A disadvantage of not packing my pocket-dictionary I suppose.
You did, and I noticed it but didn't fix it. Also, the last word in your new caption for the picture is unclear. It doesn't look like "one," but one fits so that's what I typed. Any idea what it might have been?
I would have to see my own hand-printing in order to decipher it, but through my delerium I believe I was attempting to say "pose." If that does not appear to be close to what was written then "tone" may work as well. Feel free to use either for corrections. For you editing services you may bill me as per usual at my work address. Thank you.