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No Posting Tonight June 3, 2006

Posted by Mitchell in Home.

I am getting Out of the House to shoot some pool.  Later gators.

Ponch  Boy, do you have it bad!

Um, excuse me?

Ponch Now you're blogging about not blogging?

Uh, well…

Ponch  Good grief, man!  If you're going to go play pool, go play pool! Don't sit around and blog about it, and how you're not going to blog about anything!

Oh.  Right, well…

Ponch  Seriously – stop pasting pictures of Ponce and writing dialog for him and GO!

Alright! Alright!  I'm going!  Sheesh!

Ponch  What a goober.


1. kevlarchick - June 4, 2006

Tell us about your poolhall/barroom fights Enas. Not all of them, sheesh! That would take more posting than your movie library.

2. elzbth - June 4, 2006

Wow! That must have been some game. Apparently you are still recuperating.

3. Enas Yorl - June 5, 2006

Ah, ok. Sorry for the lack of activity – I was busy Sunday. Kevlarchick, I have never been in any poolhall/barroom fights. Ever. I’m a very calm, and reserved person.

Elzbth, actually for some reason I did develop a pain in my neck that still persists a bit today. Gah! You know you’re out of shape when you can’t play pool without hurting yourself!

4. elzbth - June 5, 2006

Thats because artists are sensitive. Which reminds me, how is your class going? And why don’t you post any more of your art?

5. DemAlululaBum - April 23, 2009

I’m the only one in this world. Can please someone join me in this life? Or maybe death…

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7. Steamboat McGoo - January 11, 2010

Enas – you know you can turn off comments on a post older than x days/weeks/etc old?

It’ll stop most of the spam. Pity it stops some of the more interesting strange stuff, too. 🙂

8. Enas Yorl - January 11, 2010

Ah, no I didn’t McGoo. Thanks!

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