Sunday, December 09, 2007

Pleasepleasepleasepleasepleasepleaseplease

no work tomorrow. Please? I only have one car. And I'd like to not end up some mangled piece of frozen roadside debris on 35 tomorrow. Also, I will have to start de-icing my car now in order to make it to work on time. So far, my university is the only one that is remaining open in the entire state of Oklahoma. Sweet.

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Gary England, if you are reading this, and I suspect that you are, please send Val Castor out to XXXXXXXX XXXX University and film someone getting in a wreck or breaking their leg on the sidewalk. Then email it to President XXX XXXXXXXX and then give me a call so I can know whether or not to finish this bottle of wine.

kthxbai,
bee.

11 comments:

G said...

Can you get Gary England to come cancel my Egyptology seminar, thus saving me from finishing this stressful presentation? I would dearly love to see someone breaking their leg on a sidewalk because of Ancient Egypt.

Kthxbai.

5 of 9er said...

So... did you have to go?

Step Right Up said...

I sure wish I worked somewhere that closed during storms. Instead, I have a panic attack there and back hoping I won't get in an accident.

emertron said...

You should finish it anyways.

Michael5000 said...

Weren't you just kvetching about the unseasonal heat?

Mr. Shain said...

i love oklahoma and global worming and the resulting ice-storms that result.

The [Cherry] Ride said...

I too love global worming.

d said...

sometimes it's hard to tell if those kinds of things are typos, or shain really means it. 'cause global worming is kind of genius.

b: did you have to go to work? we're all on the edges of our seats.

blythe said...

UPDATE: no work yesterday! but also, no power most of yesterday. a pictorial post is to follow as soon as shain either gets power or gets off his ass and emails me. in the meantime, no work today! this state is finally truly powerless.

Step Right Up said...

You're lucky your place of employment doesn't have generators. Mine does and it's not afraid to use them. Enjoy your time off!

Michael5000 said...

The big photo of the front page of the Oregonian today is of Central Oklahoma, glistening under a thick layer of ice. Looked real purty.