She thinks I’m the renaissance. I had to go along with all this reclusive genius crap. She going to be very upset when she finds out I’m just a reclusive wanker.

28 April 2006


There are many little things running around my head. Like Black Books.[1] My dislike of labeling.[2] The sunny weather. The fact that I was stoopid enough to record the brand new Sharpe programme on ITV over the weekend, but then forgot about the second part. How Veronica Mars is all exciting. How Bones although light and fluffy[3] it is still quite dark.[4] How House is really good. Hmmm, most of these thoughts seem to revolve about TV. But there are others here. I swear. Books! and annoying students. And rugby. And taking time off. And, and and….

They are running too fast, I’ll have wait a while til they settle down a bit. At the moment, if you could see them, the thoughts would resemble rabid squirrels chasing each other round and round in circles. So fast they actually can’t be seen. So for all you know they aren’t really there :what: Yes, that makes sense. Of course it does.

Oh, which reminds me, must investimigate[5] getting my paws on some more Fred Vargas books.

Oh, and that show on Bosco set in the garden, with the dog called Flaherty[6] Remember him[7] “woof” said Flaherty. And there was a cat and a magic crow? Cornelius?

Today’s insanities were brought to you by the letter hyphen and the imaginary number


  1. Her fault
  2. his fault
  3. yes yes, for a cop show that shows death and decay
  4. can you have light and frothy dark shows?
  5. If Homer Simpson can stick extra ms in words I can too
  6. or maybe Faherty, theres a discussion on some blog… somewhere
  7. adressing Irish-types now, cause obviously furriners wouldn’t, seeing as Bosco is as Irish as …. I dunno a potato eating leprechaun. Although in reality that’d mean he wasn’t real and so not really Irish

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7 Responses

  1. anne says:

    As long as you're not eating scrambled eggs, with a comb, from a shoe, I say yay for insanity!

  2. kyknoord says:

    Having Bernard Black as a headmate would certainly explain the squirrel metaphor.

  3. Carl V. says:

    I'm catching Bones and House of a sporadic basis and loving them both.

  4. Fence says:

    No, not yet Anne, but if the temperature goes above 88 degrees who knows what'll happen :)

    Bernard is a genius, kyknoord, just not sure if a drinking genius is any use.

    Carl both are great fun. And not too arc-y so it doesn't really matter is you miss an episode.

  5. NineMoons says:

    Bones is Guinness.

    Veronica is BRILLIANT. Can you believe he..? And then she…? Why!? And then she.. only he…! And now she and he are both…! OH GOD. WHY?

  6. Kelly says:

    We once had a rabid squirrel in our yard. It was covered in tumors. I about threw up. Good afternoon, Fency! I'm so glad I STILL have you thinking about Bernard; however, remember, he's MINE. (hi nines.)

  7. Fence says:

    Thank you Kelly for that wonderful image :) We don't have rabies in Ireland, so I guess my description of my mental processes wasn't quite correct.