November 22, 2010

At the Birdhouse Moving Day Café...



... get all this crap out of here.

(Thanks to Chip Ahoy for animating of my photograph.)

23 comments:

Bob said...

Until Tweety showed up I was thinking it was a good Monty Python animation. Well done, Chip.

traditionalguy said...

I fell for it until the piano came out...everyone knows birds can't play pianos.

AJ Lynch said...

Best work ever Chip!

NotYourTypicalNewYorker said...

Hey where is that? I could use some of that stuff!

Ricardo said...

"...everyone knows birds can't play pianos."

Maybe, but cats can play pianos.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZ860P4iTaM

traditionalguy said...

A bird divorce is an ugly Lesson for men to never marry chippies.

c3 said...

Love the "Tweety" finish

WestVirginiaRebel said...

Still not as cool as Woodstock's birdhouse in "It's The Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown" : ) Remember, there's a birdhouse in your soul...

bigboldtype said...

Speaking of squeaky chirps thought I'd take the opportunity to inform everyone of a German couple in court because their bed made "too much noise" during lovemaking. Unsure what the law of nuisance is over there in the Germany though

New "Hussein" Ham said...

A female ABCNews producer has been raped by a TSA employee at an airport checkpoint:

"The TSA agent who checked me reached her hands inside my underwear and felt her way around. It was basically worse than going to the gynecologist. It was embarrassing. It was demeaning. It was inappropriate."

http://abcnews.go.com/Travel/tsa-responds-passenger-outrages-underwear-search-happen/story?id=12208932

edutcher said...

I thought they were just cleaning the place for Thanksgiving.

Giving thanks for not being turkeys.

Or Democrats.

BJM said...

One of your best Chip!

Is anyone else experiencing outrage fatigue? I've been lurking for days unable to summon up a comment.

Chip Ahoy said...

Ha ha ha. That kills me all over again. I was originally going to use a grand piano, but that would be ridiculous.

Lem said...

The MeadeHouse have discovered a Tardis.. in Wisconsin.

Something Big must be happening or about to happen there.

Lem said...

Is anyone else experiencing outrage fatigue? I've been lurking for days unable to summon up a comment...

.. I was originally going to use a grand piano, but that would be ridiculous
.

Digital outrage is not as grand as magnetic outrage ;)

New "Hussein" Ham said...

"Is anyone else experiencing outrage fatigue?"

Glenn Reynolds is collecting an astonishing number of stunning comments from his readers, and he writes that "this is far from over."

http://pajamasmedia.com/instapundit/110279/

David said...

Nice one, Chip.

Any animation with Tweetie Bird is a winner.

Irene said...

"If you're not outraged, you're not engaged."

reader_iam said...

How "Monty Python's Flying Circus." But that was then. This is now. Now is nothing like then. And this blog is nothing like that.

Unfortunately.

reader_iam said...

Althouse is more John Lennon, especially the in-art-school John Lennon, he with his cruel sketches and obsessions with the flaws and etc. of others and pointing those out. Mercy was not in him. He later became a symbol of humanitarianism, of sorts, but only in that dumb-ass "Linus" way: "I love mankind. It's people I can't stand." Or whatever that quote was.

Now, on the other hand, Monty Python was *funny*, and in no small part because they could lampoon while still retaining a semblance of insight into and affection for their targets. And, I think (though I could absolutely be wrong), their personal goals were different.

Entirely different animals, they.

reader_iam said...

"If you're not outraged, you're not engaged."

While I'm at it, this is bullshit. It's a very popular conceit once again, but despite that no less a rotting carcass of a very old canard.

AllenS said...

The little bird is a hoarder.

Antonio said...

Anyone who wants to get rid of the pinball machine give it to me, I'll sell it or use it if it works.