Posted on June 14, 2013
Posted by John Scalzi
Serious author is serious. Seriously!
Happy author has run out of happy. Or pie. Or churros.
I have that same look when I am constipated!!!
The furrowed brow is a dead giveaway
Why does black and white always equate to serious when harsh reality comes in glorious technicolor?
Quick, someone get some humorous Cat Gifs!
Study the serious author, in his serious study.
R. U. Sirius?
I seriously serioused due to your seriousity (that is SO a word!).
So we’re not supposed to even wonder if you’re wearing Spider-Man footy-jammie bottoms, knee high lace up sneakers, and an acrylic-bathmat breechclout? Because we can’t wonder about that seriously.
Come on, John Barnes. This is Scalzi we’re talking about. You know he’s rocking the high heels under that desk.
At least it isn’t serious author seriously drinking. Or would that be serially?
The hair is too perfect to really be John. I’m thinking it some kind of mask he’s using to fake out the Enterprise like Balok did in The Corbomite Maneuver.
Oh, no, you’ve switched genres. You’ll be righting about “a middle-aged suburban couple whose marriage deteriorates after the death of their young son” now.
Serious face? No. This is the face of Louis XVI when torches and pitchforks were coming. I’m thinking that the crown of SFWA President is weighing heavy upon your head right now. Is it my refresh rate on my monitor, or is John’s lip about to quiver?
John, your daughter can do a much better serious face than you can.
He is seriously trying to look serious. Failing, but seriously trying. Confess, Scalzi, three seconds after you took that you were laughing.
Did someone take the last Coke Zero?
That seriously looks like “where the eff am I gonna find another 10,000 words?!?”
It looks like you are reading a web site about college costs.
Tidy office is tidy.
There are deep, deep thoughts being thunk in there. DEEP. THOUGHTS.
Still jealous about how much less forehead you have than I do.
My best eyeglass lenses Eh-Vuh! had a really fantastic non stick coating and
an absolutely awesome non reflective coating.
The non stick coating: Touching the lens with my finger tip did not transfer oils
to the them if my hands were reasonably clean. (Lenses licked by someone who
was perhaps a trifle annoyed at me did leave a residue).
The non reflective coating: Those lenses just weren’t there.
But Alas, each year I a get a year older and had to replace them.
I’m sorry, I only see you in this picture. Was there supposed to be someone behind you?
Seriously, I seriously considering seriously quitting serious blogging.
you never seem to smile in any of your photos.
I’m smiling in this one.
Taunting the tauntable since 1998
John Scalzi, proprietor – JS
Athena Scalzi, editor/writer -AMS
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