July 6, 2005

Is there ever a dull moment in the Life of Althouse?

Yes. Yes, there is. Like today, when I had nothing at all to pass the time, not even a scrap of paper to read, and I took this picture:

Dead end.

Actually, that picture reminds me that I kind of like this TV show.

10 comments:

Brendan said...

If not "Pimp" then certainly "Sanford & Son."

Oscar Madison said...

Sorry to burst your bubble of boredom, but it's a really good photo.

Ann Althouse said...

Thanks. I do have this belief that there is always beauty in view if you could only learn to see it. The camera helps.

Goesh said...

it is such a melancholy photo

jeff said...

The Dead End sign definitely makes the photo.

Charles said...

Ann, if you want some idle time thought, how about:
1. What do you think will be the top 10 most likely questions the Supreme Court nominee will get, and the answers.
2. What will be the top 5 hardest questions that probably won't get asked, and the answers.

You can abbreviate for we who aren't lawyers. Then tell us if it will or won't matter about the answers.

Charles said...

Ann, if you want some idle time thought, how about:
1. What do you think will be the top 10 most likely questions the Supreme Court nominee will get, and the answers.
2. What will be the top 5 hardest questions that probably won't get asked, and the answers.

You can abbreviate for we who aren't lawyers. Then tell us if it will or won't matter about the answers.

Charles said...

Sorry about the double post. Not sure what happened.

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Ann Althouse said...

I love my life: Are you related to that "This Is Fun" guy?

Charles: Thanks for reminding me that when I've got nothing to do, I can just think. Why isn't that enough? Why isn't it better than anything to just be alone with nothing but your own thoughts?