January 13, 2010

At the Crazy Water Café...

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... rave on.

21 comments:

traditionalguy said...

That looks like Martian water to me.

vbspurs said...

This one is way boring.

If I had the money, I'd send you to Mars to take pics of the fluffy and tree-ridden pink snow.

brer rabbit said...

Sinusoidal.

Lem said...

... rave on.

wv - hobel - close but no.. its rabel

edutcher said...

It's a winterscape. Look again.

In any case, I think I figured out where Massachusettes is. It's one of those 10 new states Barry invented on the campaign trail in '08. One with some of those 440 illusory zip codes where all the stimulus money went.

Bean said...
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Bean said...

This is crazy water (and sinusoidal.)

Chip Ahoy said...

That reflection creates a very complex pattern which my mind automatically makes move. I'm totally spanging over here.

I'm compelled to counteract this psychic disturbance by contriving a dish of shrimp with mango and orange in soothing curried cream. ← possible false cause.

Bean said...

Frost asked

Why make so much of fragmentary blue
In here and there a bird, or butterfly,
Or flower, or wearing-stone, or open eye,
When heaven presents in sheets the solid hue?


Since earth is earth, perhaps, not heaven (as yet)--
Though some savants make earth include the sky;
And blue so far above us comes so high,
It only gives our wish for blue a whet.


or wet by reflection

Big Mike said...

If I had the money, I'd send you to Mars ...

Ah, but would you bring her back?

Fred4Pres said...

Coakley mocks Fenway Fans, call them idiots.

Scott Brown, however, honors the heroes of Fenway Park and the proud traditions of Boston Sports.

Maxine Weiss said...

"Eccentric and bombastic, chaste and holistic, deft and rapacious, loyal and materialistic...."

LonewackoDotCom said...

Here's a satire I wrote. Some might think that's in bad taste, but my goal is to change things for the better and alert the non-sociopathic tea partiers to the types of people they're involved with and to lessen the ability of those sociopaths to do damage.

And, in case you think it's too over-the-top, it's based on an actual statement the Ayn Rand Institute published after the Asian tsunami.

edutcher said...

Fred4Pres said...

Coakley mocks Fenway Fans, call them idiots.

If the debate was Brown's Reagan moment, was this Maatha's Dixie Chicks moment?

traditionalguy said...

Lonewacko...You ain't wacko on this issue. The refusal to help others in desperate need is a denial of your own humanity. And others are watching that. The Judeo-Christian tradition is that such aid is a loan to God, and God pays it back with high interest.

vbspurs said...

Ah, but would you bring her back?

Dude! No one else can blog on things like Althouse blogs about. She's a national treasure.

quercus said...

That is an awesome picture!

The Crack Emcee said...

There. Now paint that.

reader_iam said...
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reader_iam said...

A quick stop-by:

Ann, a sincere if belated "Happy Birthday" to you, and...

...Althouse, a sincere though early "Happy Blogiversary" to both blogger and blog.

I can't be around just now as I haven't been recently due to the same situation, but I do want you to know I didn't forget, and haven't forgotten, those January markers.

Take care, you and yours, and may you have many more of both,

--RIA

Ann Althouse said...

@ Reader Thanks.

@ Crack I know.