How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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  • Music:

And WHEEEEEEEEEE!

Okay, I've been meaning to post about these images for awhile, but they're both recent strips of a comic called Men in Hats.

This is a wonderful start to the thread, which contunes in this.

These made me happy.

As we as Blue, off the Cowboy Bebop soundtrack. My MP3 player seems to be obsessiong over dark strains, Portishead, Rasputina... that also makes me happy.

The thing however that is making me really happy right now is that it smells like Winter. I adore the smell of winter at this time of year. Before it gets bitterly cold and the wind whips through you. This is probably my favorite part of the year.

Tonight... tonight I just hope to cuddle with the Cateling. We had a good weekend, heading down to K-town, to watch a re-enactment of the Burning of Kingston. Nothing like Colonials and Limeys fighting in Kingston streets. Most amusing.

I think I'll end up getting involved with Revwar stuff. It's pleasant. That, and I want 18th century foppish clothing.

I like foppsih clothing (gasp! Remy likes to look like a fop!? No never!)

And for reference, the song currently playing is dark.

Time for me to make art! WHEEEEEE!
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