(That’s English for etc. and short for “and so forth”.)
Yesterday I did my latest snow sculpture.
And now I’m going to put some more pictures up. I just dumped a bunch of them off my camera.
These four are from something my frend Ben and I did in the theater. We suspended a bucket from the rafters.
We did it by going on the catwauk. We used some other rope to slide it so that no one could reach it from either part of the catwauk,
and hung it too hye for anyone to reach,
or to jump to.
These are from something I did with some other frends, whose names I won’t mention. We clymed a bilding on campus. Using a grappling hook.
These are the two frends in question.
And this is the bilding. We clymed up it in stages, mooving up each giant stair-step in turn. They’re each about ten feet hye.
Then we took pictures of the view.
And had fun with long exposures in the dark nyte. (“hi”!)
Some train pictures. This one is a goste.
This one is two hours erly, because this was the day of the Iowa-wide 16-inch blizzard, and Union Pacific wanted to miss that if they could. The result was a rare daytime winter train thru college.
I thaut this was a pritty trippy effect. I got it unintentionally by following the train’s motion with my camera.
This isn’t a train, but rather a bowl of delicious egg drop soup I made for myself.
- 2 cans of chicken broth (or was it one?)
- 3 eggs, beaten
- 2 green onions
- other spices to taste
Put the broth in a saucepan and turn the heat on hye. Slice up the onions and put those in, and also add some ginger. Pepper is good too. Once the broth is just about boiling—very hot—stir it around so it’s swirling in a circle. Before it stops mooving, dribble the eggs into it. They’ll congeal in the heat and form noodles. Then you eat it, and it’s delicious.
Christmas pictures. I hav more on Facebook, so here are a cupple key photos, featuring first the undeniable star of the show, Cammy.
And also a rare syting of the Oregonian Joseph outside its natural habitat. Plus a little winey on the bubbly.
Here’s my snake’s injury, for those of you who heard he got injured. It looks bad, but it was way worse. All the area of pink skin you see was an open wound. Now it’s pretty much all sealed up, and we’ll both just hav to wait until he sheds a few more times and the scales cover the area again. He can move his tail now, which he couldn’t do directly after he got the injury (I think he burned himself on something), altho he’s not very flexible in the area of his body where the sore is. Hedward of the pink skin is a scab that hasn’t fallen off.
I just thaut this was precious.
And lastly, a list of peeple with unmistakable voices.
- William Elliott Whitmore (singer who comes to the college)
- Ralph Stanley (bluegrass singer)
- Tay Zonday
- Jane Kaczmarek (Malcolm’s mom, Malcolm in the Middle)
- Richard Nixon
- Roseanne Barr
- John Goodman
- Morgan Freeman
- Weird Al Yankovic
- Gilbert Gottfried (Zazu)
- Fran Drescher
- Mitch Hedberg (late comedian)
- Michael Clark Duncan (John Coffey, The Green Mile)
- Johnny Cash
- Jenna Elfman (Dharma)
- Ellen DeGeneres
- Barry White
- Redd Foxx
- Louis Armstrong
- Jim Gaffigan (comedian)
- Fred Rogers
- George W. Bush
- Dolly Parton
- Michael Jackson
- Elizabeth Devlin (singer, came to the college once)
- Judge Judy
- Stephen Hawking (I choose not to view this as cheating)
- Craig Ferguson (Mr. Wick, The Drew Carey Show)
- John Madden
- Robin Williams
- Michael J. Fox
- Phil Hartman
- Paul Harvey
That’s all. You can stop reading now, finally.