6/26/07

Not lately.


I saw this sign at a rest stop in New Jersey. And the answer is no. No, I have not. I've been meaning to, but you know how it is.

We just spent a long, relaxing weekend in LBI with some friends. It was uneventful, but fun. We drank a lot, ate a lot, laughed a lot, and I got to sit on the beach and look at the ocean. Good times.

It was my first trip to Long Beach Island, and I learned it's a pretty expensive place. Some of the houses built right on the beach are unbelievable. I also learned that just because you have more money than god doesn't mean you have good taste.

Exhibit Number one:



I rest my case.

12 comments:

  1. You mean you don't check your load regularly??

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  2. So... it's a manatee being impaled by a mailbox torpedo?

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  3. angie3:12 AM

    Lol! There's lots more that needs checking.

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  4. Oh thank goodness, I thought it was the Pillsbury Doughboy. Close one.

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  5. We can always rely on you to bring us back a treat. LOLOLOLOL no wonder they're endangered.

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  7. Lindy-Are you double commenting and having to delete again? LOL

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  8. Nessa8:27 AM

    You total and utter shithead. Do you have any idea how close I am to LBI?

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  9. No, I had no idea! How close are you?

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  10. I usually go through the routine of spectacles, testicles,wallet and watch...........I didn't know I had to check my load height.

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  11. Nessa3:36 PM

    JV - I am less than an hour away from LBI. this is me giving you a biologically inappropriate hand gesture. You can't see it, because this isn't a video post, but believe me, it's there.

    Following is a non-sequitor:

    My favorite quote of the day -

    "Clearly Paris has made some bad judgment calls. When cameras are rolling, you really ought to be more careful about what comes out of your mouth, and what goes into it."

    Scott Adams - the Dilbert Blog

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  12. Nes, is a non-sequitor something like a non-sequitur? (Yeah, I know. Both fingers are up now...)

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