Newsfolk report that we are in the midst of some sort of 'arctic blast.' no joke, thats what they said. the kicker being the intonation that this sort of thing ain't that rare.+ side? rain and almost 50 degrees by the week's end. my head gonna 'splode from all these atmospheric wiggledy-waggledy-doos.
yeah, that was supposed to be under doug. oops. best ignore the comicbook dorkiness of the Cerb blog if i were you.
so i was reading that thinking who the hell is this cerb person who sounds just like dougo?
It's 11 degrees outside... It is just wrong that it is now colder in TN than it is in Iraq.
ah, comics. does Dougo happen to own any HeroClix?
lindear- you're comical?meggie eggie darling, it was zero degrees when i awoke this morning so you get none of my pity.
I am not comical.. at least not in the way you were asking. But it seems that every other male in my immediate family or circle of friends is. So now I know some things that I otherwise wouldn't. Did you know that they have a series on zombie super heroes? Regular heroes weren't enough.. they had to make zombie ones. And ones on an alternate universe. :shorts and shoves glasses up nose:
Caro, you are missing a very important fact. You live in CHICAGO where it is supposed to be cold. I live in TENNESSEE where the average temperature last year was 68!
yes, i did know there were zombie superheros but god have i avoided that whole trend with utmost care. Doesn't excuse me from the fact that i purchase about 20 other comics a month though.i'm not sure what heroclix is. like herakles? some weirdly spelled greek man-god or something?Bah, i've embarrassed myself enough.
yes, meggie, i live in CHICAGO. but no, it should never be this cold. i was most impressed, dougOery, when croftie and i ventured into the comic bookery on your behalf, to discover that they hold your comics at the counter for pick-up. that's dedication.
its basically because sometimes I don't go to the store for weeks and weeks and i don't want the damn things to sell out.
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