silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Lime Cat)
That the whole salmonella tomato scare has me walking around with the Attack of the Killer Tomatoes theme playing in my head?
silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Sushi Tray)
Putting a 'chewy' granola bar in the fridge renders it 'not chewy'.
silverthorne: (The Good Life)
I want to pet my cat.
silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Ocean Storm)
There's a nice, big storm with incredibly dark clouds just to the north. I mean, thunderstorm clouds that make it look like dusk. My kind of storm. And it's stalled out. :(

The cafeteria put pepperoni in their scrambled eggs this morning.

Pepperoni. In EGGS....I feel like I should be saying 'Snakes. On A Plane!' when I say that. There's about the same amount of amused outrage at the...dumbness, I guess. *g*

I was head-skimmed by a blue jay. That was cool.

I have had three hours of sleep. I would like more.

Pepperoni. In Eggs.

....maybe that could be the sequel?

PS--Appearently, I can't spell 'pink' today, either.
silverthorne: (Flapping)
((X-posted to the pup journal this applies to. Because I'm that amused by it))

So, new icons, jokes about dhampires and milk and my own commentary about young JBJ and how you could tell he was a guy.

which would naturally lead to my brain taking a trip into the land of 'don't go there' )
silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Lime Cat)
BLEARGH!!!!!

Thank you, that is all.

(Really, though, just wanted to show off my new icon...*g*)

*g*

Jan. 23rd, 2006 08:45 am
silverthorne: (Flapping)
Okay, so a goof-up can be good.

I'm getting lots of compliments on the not-quite-a-mullet.

...Scary.

*g*
silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Default)
Warning: Totally irreverent post--rather like my last two.

This is why I try not to let myself fangirl too much! )
silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Default)
I'm alive! Yay!

Doing good! *double yay!*

Having fun *g*

Thought/question for the day:

Yesterday was one of those 'official day for celebrating --blat--' days. You know, the days when you're supposed to acknowledge whatever it is, maybe get into it a little and enjoy it if you can? Like National Jelly Bean Day or National Nurses Week. You know, that sort of thing.

So tell me, am I off my rocker, or is there something intrinsically creepy/weird/fucked up/ Just Plain Wrong about National Hysterectomy Day? Especially when it involves having about four times the usual amount of patients coming in for, yes, hysteroctomys.

Just asking....
silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Default)
On a planet with a ring, how often and how severe would 'meteorite' storms be? For that matter, assuming the planet was Earth-like (is that possible if there's a ring?), how would the rings gravity affect weather, air current, and so forth? Would there be an area that was unlivable because of too many 'hits' from ring debris? What would the trajectory be for such debris? Would it be a constant worry for the inhabitants of the planet? Or a seasonal or even centurial/millennial event? How would it affect society, religion, simple day to day life? How close or far does the inner edge of the ring have to be to the planet to make it workable?

Space flight Considering the space shuttle and the huge amount of heat and 'flame' take off produces, what would the damage arc for a very large, very powerful space faring cruiser be? Would the damage arc e minimal? Or would the heat and flame extend so far out from the platform that even the 'distant' stands that grace the space shuttle pads be too close?

How big of a hole can you make in the atmosphere with a space craft before the damage is not repairable once the craft has left (because leaving the atmosphere does, indeed, create a temporary hole)?

other brain-wasting questions...:D

If several races all stemmed from genetic as well as magical manipulation of the human race, would those new races still be considered human, or 'new' species of their own, especially if they all ended up with non-human traits that consistently bred true in the off-spring? How far can you go from the human genotype and still call them human? And how far, if they share the same base, can the differences be taken before intermingling on a genetic level is no longer possible?

Can horns be used as a cooling mechanism for a desert dwelling creature?

How likely is it that a horse like creature would develop in a forest?

If you're writing a fanatasy novel, but want to use scientific basis for some of your ideas, how far should it be pushed in either direction to make it believable, and yet not staggering under either 'weird' science that will ruin the 'educated' sound of the ideas, and yet not be so bound up in science that the 'fantasy' and 'magical' feel is lost totally in the 'hard facts'?

How many people have used the idea of "Ice Elves"? Or ice ships as transport and home, for that matter?

Ew!

Jan. 8th, 2005 07:52 am
silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Ghost)
Okay, obviously, I'm not awake yet...

I just stuck the spoon for the cat food into my own mouth without thinking.

Coffee...I need coffee....^^;
silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Default)
Merry Christmas, Happy Yule
Celebrate Hannuka?
Same to you.
No matter your path,
I wish you all well
As we all feast,
and listen to bells...

And with that now said
And wishes now sent
I'll quit writing poetry
Decidely bent
And leave you to familys
And Holiday cheer
Hope everyone's well
At this time of year...

Love and Hugs to Everyone!

Anne
silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Ghost)
All right...it must be a slow day...I'm sitting at my desk, contemplating the squishiness of my keyboards gel-form wristrest...

And actually getting the insane urge to stick it with a sharp object and see what oozes out...

I'm other way too bored, or have had way too much of something in my food...

But it is a nice wrist pad...

So...

...Squishy...!
silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Default)
I hate Texas....

It's the only state I've lived in where ants manage to get into everything, including closed, sealed boxes of cereal...

I was enjoying a nice bowl of 'Basic 4'.

Was being the operative term.

Then I saw the Ant Swim Team in my milk....

If I'd wanted protien, I would have eaten some of the roast...
silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Bride's Statue)
You know it's going to be odd when one of the defining moments happens to be getting accosted by a balloon when you open the door to a dirty equipment room.

Good thing I'm not prone to shrieking, yelping, or anything else...lol

It was funny, though.

Day is good so far--got my final B-day presents--'The Essential Journey' and 'The Essential Billy Joel' from my dad. Awesome. Maybe geeky, old fashioned, etc...but still awesome...
silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Bride's Statue)
I guess that's what I get for working a 'grunt' job though...

really really dumb commentary )


I was supposed to be an artist, you know...or married to someone rich...:D
silverthorne: Painting of a cougar sneaking through underbrush (Default)
Stmuble...crash...thump...crunch....

Ow....

coffee, dammit...I need coffee.....


looks in general direction of Other People

waves

....*mumble* morning.....

Stumbles off

--and to think...they actually let me have sharp objects....--

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