Wednesday, January 5, 2011

I have nothing to say at this time

except that this is my 666th post.

17 comments:

Pat - Arkansas said...

uh oh!

Snowbrush said...

It takes a different sort of cat than I to write a post in which the blog owner says that he has nothing to say. I struggle so hard to have something worthwhile to say, and then you say that you have nothing? How DO you do it? If this weren't YOUR blog, I would be appalled. My only consolation about being appalled by you (that is, if I were, which I'm not) is that you, at least, never have THE LEAST reason to be appalled by me. At least there's that.

Well, at least (this is my second at least--well, I guess I'm now up to three) you're past that dreaded Satanic number and can get back to righteousness so that you and I will be righteous together again.

By the way, you didn't find my last post funny, did you? I rather have the feeling that my humor isn't your cup of tea, and I know my religion isn't, but, at least (what's that, four now?) you still come around, so I must offer something you enjoy. Either that, or you're a masochist.

Well, the latest round of narcotics are kicking in (you never would have guessed it, now would you?), so I'm off to bed again.

Snowbrush said...

P.S. And please don't tell me that Pat (hi, Pat, I now have a kitty that looks like your kitty) said more in two words than I did in four paragraphs.

rhymeswithplague said...

Pat, I agree completely.

Snow, as a matter of fact, I DID find your "catatonic cat" post very funny but only AFTER I realized it wasn't supposed to be serious, which took a second or two.

And the reason I can have nothing say in my post is that I am never at a loss for words in my comments....

Did you hear about the sadist who went out on a date with a masochist? The masochist said, "Hurt me, hurt me," and the sadist said, "No."

Putz said...

is not the number in the headband of the popes's hat, cap crown that he wears and is the mark of the devil?????????and snow this is one of the most sig of al his blogs><<>,.history in the making

Snowbrush said...

Rhymes, I nearly always do put a check in the follow-up box if I have the least idea that a blogger might respond to what i wrote.

So, Putz, is it your belief that the pope is the anti-Christ?

rhymeswithplague said...

To Readers Of My Blog Whom It May Concern:

I never know what Putz might say, and I sense Snowbrush is not just asking a simple question but is gearing up for a possible confrontation. So let me just say on behalf of everyone:

BOYS, BOYS, THERE'LL BE NO FIGHTING IN HERE. TAKE IT OUTSIDE, PLEASE!

Putz said...

history not in the making i suppose

Snowbrush said...

Oh, horrors, Rhymes, I wouldn't DREAM of a "confrontation" with Putz, and on YOUR blog at that! It was actually a genuine question based upon the fact that I don't know Putz well enough to know if he was serious or making a joke. People who believe that the pope is the anti-Christ--as many do, among them people who I grew up with--are hardly candidates for an atheist to argue with (on that subject anyway) because to do so would be to imply that I accept the existence of the anti-Christ, which I most certainly do not.

rhymeswithplague said...

Whew, altercation averted! I am now a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Snowbrush said...

Oh, yeah, Rhymes, you definitely deserve that Nobel money because if you hadn't stepped in, I would have been firing missiles at Utah by now. Besides, Obama got it on the basis of what he might do, and he's still fighting two senseless wars.

Yorkshire Pudding said...

And what a devilishly interesting post your 666th was! Roll on 667 - assuming of course that you are still around.

All Consuming said...

Tis the devil's work!

rhymeswithplague said...

Snow, if Utah were destroyed by missiles, how would anyone be able to tell?

Yorkshire Pudding and All Consuming, the devil gets credit for enough already without adding my blog to his resumé. I take sole responsibility.

Snowbrush said...

Well, there would be fewer Mormons for one thing, and a great ski area would be lost for another. Utah also contains some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.

rhymeswithplague said...

Snow, I guess I meant it to be a rhetorical question; I wasn't expecting an answer! I was thinking more of the vast stretches of desert where there is nothing to start with.

Snowbrush said...

Edward Abby wrote about his days as a Utah park ranger and all the many people who would come to the desert only to complain that there was nothing there. Some considered their visit a waste of time. I have long loved the desert, and find the absence of clutter to be one of its main attractions.