Friday, January 27, 2012

Ahem, Pinko...

Forget your S.O.P.A. and P.I.P.A.

It's all about the M.O.P.A.: Massive Online Pinko Ahemorrhage.

The question has been asked, "Who is this "pinko" and how is this babbie associated with socialism, besides the fact that babbies require it?"

Here are all the answers.







In other news, the mango survived being left all alone for almost a month again. (Not to mention, the tropical weather we're accustomed to in Ohio at this time of year.)



Meanwhile, TCWNN remains behind in West Virginia. He made it this far in life with little apparent human intervention, so I'm sure he'll be fine. And now he has a roof over his head.




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23 comments:

blue girl said...

I'm feeling as though I didn't do a good enough Pinko post!!

I love how you put a roof over Toonce's head, thunder!

Jennifer said...

You're a good man, thundra... even if it did take you forever to put up the post.

Yay for Toonce's new roof!

BG- Your post is fine. Did you see fish's?? Pffft. :)

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

That wheelbarrow had been there leaning against the bench for ages. I noticed TCWNN (aka Toonce) sitting on a pile of dead leaves under it, so I put that old green towel there.

He used that for a couple days, then I added the plastic box with the towel in it. That got a wary "I don't know about this" for a day, but the night before last he was curled up in the back of it.
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fish said...

Did you see fish's?? Pffft.

OCCUPY!

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

Nice job with the architecture, thunder. i feel a compulsion to travel to WV to obtain an orange cat that matches our orange dog.

vacuumslayer said...

Even on a soggy, rainy day your magnificent deck still inspires massive deck-envy. I will have to show you mine some day so you can understand why.

BTW, do you think we could get the APA to recognize the condition of Deck Envy?

Randal Graves said...

Getting real tired of this hot hot heat. I blame Alex Lifeson.

Lisa Golden said...

Now I can stop losing sleep over the cat's situation.

Does the phrase deck envy eliminate this blog from the fambly blog designation?

Jennifer said...

but the night before last he was curled up in the back of it.

Yay!

zencomix said...

Did you germinate the mango, or buy the plant from a nursery? I germinated a couple of avocado pits and have the trees as potted plants.If the winters keep getting warmer, I might just plant them outside on a protected south side of the house and see if they survive. I've had good luck germinating date palm seeds, too.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

It came from Kroger, zencomix. (Maybe even the yellow one?)

P.S. Looking up that post reminded me of summer. *sniff*
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zencomix said...

The yellow ones are the best! That's the kind they have in the Philippines. Masarap!

Kathleen said...

KITTY HOUSE!!!!

Kathleen said...

massive deck envy

Another Kiwi said...

Kitty House is cool. Daughter Kiwi grew an apple from seeds from a supermarket apple. It is sterile so there's no fruit from it but she won't get rid of it. It's a nice feeling to see something you "found", grow up. Gomango

Von said...

Whar snow?
Best post. Very creative.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

Orange cat had its chance... orange cat blew it!

Hopefully it'll come to its senses the next time you are down in WV.

M. Bouffant said...

Next time put kitty tranquilizers in the cat chow so you can capture him or her.

Smut Clyde said...

No such thing as kitty tranquilisers. Kitty is always intense.

P.S. Looking up that post reminded me of summer.
The monarch-butterfly action is full-on right now. Not that I would descend to gloating.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Not that I would descend to gloating.

Would you descent to posting a picture, perhaps?
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mikey said...

Not that I would descend to gloating.

Is Smut Clyde now taking credit for the Earth's axis? 'Cause I was pretty sure we owed that debt to Archimedes...

Substance McGravitas said...

Oh Christ, not more shit based on what someone's axis driver told them...

Brando said...

It's not the size of the deck, it's the depth of the posts.