21 thoughts on “I Have Nothing to Say Today So Here’s a Picture of My Dog

  1. This has no relevance to your dog photo (though, so CUTE!), so here is a recipe for a sharknado (or a interesting read on whether or not a sharknado could exist) just because it was wildly popular and we are still waiting for your SnailQuake. Included in this exciting piece is how much wind you need to keep a shark airborne, how many sharks constitute a sharnado, and how a shark gets airborne in the first place! All figured out for you by Dr. Kim Martini is a physical oceanographer at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Enjoy!: http://deepseanews.com/2013/08/recipe-for-a-sharknado/

  2. Love the eyebrows.

    Not much to say here either. Taking a week off work and working on the wargame, learning Magic from my son, and going through a couple other games I bought. Easy peasy. Enjoy the day, one and all.

    Oh, I did get a new cell, a Galaxy S 3. Woohoo! My cell up to this point has been some Motorola thing from back in the Cingular days, so big change.

  3. Also, the comment about roasted tropical animals on your Twitter feed was rather off-color. I say this as a pacifist vegetarian who literally carries slimy, spawning frogs and salamanders across wet roads late at night.

  4. Awww, pictures of the Scalzi menagerie are always full of win.

    Wonder how Daisy deals with sleeping in her dog bed after Zeus has taken a lie down in it and claimed it for himself that day.

  5. Well, it really is THAT KIND OF DAY here in Ohio. I’m listening to my sibs complain about rain in Washington…

  6. She really has nothing to say, either.
    Just because your dog doesn’t speak any human languages, doesn’t mean she’s got nothing to say. She barks, she whines, she yelps, she sniffs butts, and the expression she has on her face in your photo speaks volumes. As a wise man once put it, when you assume, you make an ass out of U and me both.

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