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Very cinema verite, Madame.I wish you could take The Blonde by the hand as you learn these things. She needs to see technology isn't that bad.(Her current position is that it was invented to vex her personally)
Althouse is getting all "movie director" on us. An obsession with things being level, I guess.Can't you just picture Althouse in a director's chair with "Althouse" printed on it?
I'll reluctantly admit that the level of dislike I have of wobbly tables borders on unhealthy.
The wobbly table and wobbly chair are tools of the enhanced interrogations arsenal. Some find it torturous.
How do you know the people who work there weren't the ones who put the napkins under the table?
"How do you know the people who work there weren't the ones who put the napkins under the table?"Hm? Well generally because you didn't insist that you KNEW for sure they did.That's what I like most about an Althouse-Cohen. Never exactly sure.
One of the first Althouse productions should definitely be of the blogger doing the Mexican Hat dance. And then maybe trying the single ladies dance.
Newspapers? Egad.They surely have a good supply of packets of sugar. Discreet and form fitting, they will tend to stay with the table leg when the table is shifted for cleaning (though YMMV from one table/floor combination to another).
Lem,A wobbly table standing alone, I can tolerate somewhat, especially if I can lean on it to keep it still. But put adjacent to another table, if those edges don't align in attitude, I get jittery--wobble or not!
Irritating can be relative. The surviving Marines and Rangers coming back in a steady stream from no reason to be there in nowhere Afghanistan's IED plastered Valleys also wobble a lot due to missing feet and legs.
That just proves that there isn't a level playing field.
As Maggie Thatcher said, "Don't go wobbly".
"See ya later, I'm going to the back of the theater."Toy
I'm fine with the Althouse voiceover, but I would ask that you narrate at least one video like a movie trailer.Something akin to: In a world where tables aren't level, one woman took notice....
jayne, I had the same thought. (Laugh) I'd bust a gut at such a voiceover.
"Now that I can voiceover, I might be saying anything about anything."That's what has us worried.
Wobbly tables?Man, in Wisconsin, even the coffeehouse furniture is socialist.Must be where Lennon read a book on Marx.
Sometimes, not all the time, mind you, your voice reminds me of Mary Steenburgen.
Hehehe.........The Wobblies, alive and well. Inert populace unable to function independently, helpless. Immediate stimulus needed. Govenment intervention required. Chicago headquarters. WH plot to expand. Alinsky rules!
"St. Obama Drive"From a careless reading of this breaking news story:http://www.chicagobreakingnews.com/2010/05/calumet-park-to-rename-127th-street-obama-drive.html
A tale of two politicians. One is melting down. The other is ascending.
There's the prankster's wobbly table, that has three folded-up napkins under three legs.
If you go into Kroger (grocery chain), the carts all pull left or pull right; nothing goes straight.If you go into Home Depot, every cart runs straight.My theory is that Home Depot is inhabited by guys who know how to fix stuff, where Kroger is inhabited by women.A similar theory would account for the Madison wobbly table epidemic.
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