And what's happening on my humor blog? What I think is my best set of back-to-back long-form pieces, for one, and a summary of Mark Trail that just delights me. Miss it? It's not too late to fix things.
- Is Ray Davies A Normal Person? Last week's major piece and a debate that got a Kinks news site to link to me among their miscellaneous stuff links.
- Two Quick Updates and I get all fussy about one of those weird minor comic strips that someone would think I'd made up.
- Statistics Saturday: Some Uncertified Winter Olympics Sports as it says on the label.
- What’s Going On In Mark Trail? From November 2017 to February 2018? Did He Scream A Lot? Which features one of those wonderful, wonderful panels that just deserves to be widely celebrated.
- My Excuse For Today and insight into what it's like inside my stupid brain.
- The 21st Talkartoon: Twenty Legs Under The Sea (there’s more; I counted) and I find a definite trope in Bimbo's existence.
- My Excuse For Today, Which Is A Different Day and once again I get all fussy about a minor comic strip.
- The Conference Call, this week's major piece, which started out as a different thing and kind of grew oddly.
So yeah, if you were wondering why I have too many pictures to fit on my hard drive it's because I'm still not done with Motor City Fur[ry] Con 2017 even though the Closing Ceremony pictures were like three days ago.
bunny_hugger not at all sure about the karaoke signup. (They didn't have any listings, just a promise that if you thought of a song they'd find its karaoke version on YouTube somewhere. Which sounds great except that ``pick a song you can sing'' is much harder than ``pick a song from this list you'd like to sing''.)
bunny_hugger as air guitarist for the karaoke session.
Inevitable karaoke night scene.
bunny_hugger singing Baker Street while one of the air-band plays an otter tail as saxophone.
So you see how this pulled focus away from her singing.
And then, well, does this count as a wackiness ensuing?
Trivia: Sapporo, host of the 1972 Winter Games, had with its million people the greatest population of any Winter Olympics host city to that date. Source: Encyclopedia of the Modern Olympic Movement, Editors John E Findling, Kimberly D Pelle.
Currently Reading: Concepts in Thermal Physics, Stephen J Blundell, Katherine M Blundell.