Epinephrine & Sophistry
R. Scott Shanks, Jr.
Deer: 1 glancing blow, 1 scare
Who was scared, you or the deer?
I was wondering that myself.
And who blew?
Deer blow. Duh.
Well, both. The deer was frightened by the invisible thing with no smell that went –z-zzip! past her in the dark, and I was scared that I’d lose more tomatoes & eggplants.
Were you still in the buff?
Yes. But I didn’t have to chase around the back 40, so I declare progress.
*cheers the naked running through the woods in the moonlight chasing after deer!*
You are developing an unhealthy fascination for this subject. I’m guessing that when you watch Clan of the Cave Bear you feel flushed, relaxed, and have sore wrists at the end.
Naw… it’s just fun to poke fun at you 😛
Re: I’m Innocent!
…and so easy, too.
I am easy, You are easy or it’s easy to poke fun at you? 😛
[resisting temptation for the … easy … line]
It’s easy to poke fun at me. And, apparently rewarding, so it’s all good.
It’s only rewarding if you laugh too 😛
I am not entirely certain that the mainstream of humanity is going to be rewarded if they see me running naked and armed with primitive weapons through the darkness. Whether I am laughing or not.
I am sure you would have some psychologists (fully clothed of course) running after you with nice long-sleeved white jacket for you in mainstream humanity caught wind of your (mis)adventures.
It hasn’t happened so far.
Although I’m not allowed on mass transit in Corvallis, anymore.
Seattle didn’t seem to mind much….
we have to keep him on a leash when we go some places, but that only seems to ecourage him sometimes.
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