Oh, my, what a morning.

Routine pediatric bloodwork + getting lost on the way to said bloodwork + hour early school closing because somebody saw three snowflakes in the air* = what Poul Anderson (?) called ‘shambolic chaos.’

I’m going to go twitch in the corner for a bit now.


  • Aaron Gardner says:

    Asterisk with no follow up … [checks “one time pad”] … Holy crap! The Russians are invading?!?

    Hope your day gets better Moe, there is a whole internet that needs flogging.

  • Rob Crawford says:

    My morning started with a drive through the snow to the Clerk of Courts office to be told that, no, they don’t accept cash as payment for that. They need a check or money order.

    Then I had the prof in a high-school-level “computer science” course that somehow popped into a graduate CS degree program ask if the latest assignment was “hard”. The effort to restrain the sarcasm is nearly killing me.

  • speciallist says:

    ‘needs flogging.’

    ‘nearly killing me.’


    just STOP it!!

  • countrydoc says:

    My day started with ordering routine pediatric bloodwork and listening to some parents complain about the snow. Moe! What are you doing here in KY?

  • Jeff Weimer says:


    The clerk of the courts ought to know better. It says on all bill that they are “legal tender for all debts public and private”. Not feeling like handling cash is no excuse.

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