Writer Erin O'Brien comments on all things human.
Erin, does this mean your life has gone suddenly sideways? Epcot aside, living sideways for a while might be pretty interesting. Minus the sideways rain, of course. (If you're sideways, and it begins to rain, does the rain adjust to your sideways-ness? The eternal question. I will ponder this the rest of the day, from "This Side of Paradise.") "Cada Cabeza Es Un Mundo," Geoff
Ahhhhh, the life of a reporter. :)
Thanks--I have always wondered how a fallen-down drunk sees Disneyland.
I think she's wearing some special Disney sideways shoes, else she would immediately fall right out of the frame. And, if you notice, her poncho is falling up!RJ
Erin, if you intend to become a good hard hitting news reporter you need to explain that the winds from the hurricane are so strong that not only you but the entire peninsula of Florida is sideways.Great reporting but you need (if I may be so bold as to offer constructive criticism) explain how awful everything is and make all viewers so terrorized that they stay tuned during commercial breaks.We sit and wait during the break learning from the sponsors what we require to live a full life while wait to discover what has developed during your absence. A proper catastrophe will not and can not function naturally with out commercial sponsors. Good day and good news. JW
Geoff: Yes. I am totally sideways. It's been a great adventure save the only trouble, that being all the beer spills.Ajooja: And I had to eat TWO of those blasted turkey legs!Zen: This is my service to the world. You're welcome. I try to do my part.RJ: All of this is true, but the up side is this: the sidestroke was a breeze and you should see the sex you can have in these shoes.JW: You mean to tell me that the shoes and living sideways had nothing to do with it? Those sumsabiches in FLA turned the whole damn state sideways? Shit, shit, shit.
You have such a cute little Midwestern accent!
You have tres patience, deary.
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