Sunday, November 29, 2009

Freezer II

This photo is a tribute to all the people who are freezing their okoles (buns) in large parts of the US and around the world during the winter season all snuggled together in their winter wonderland. Other than that, I absolutely don't want to have anything to do with cold weather. No snow angels. No frosty the snowman. No igloos. No fishing on a frozen lake. To me, and perhaps, it's only with me, but joining a polar bear club means eating a cone of shaved ice. If you remember only one thing from all the words I've blogged on this website, it should be...."I hate cold weather with a passion." Any temperature that dips into the lower 60's is simply just too cold for me.


Btw, I used 2-teaspoons of sugar with my morning coffee. I sliced the bacon for breakfast in halves instead of the usual quarters. Slow news day obviously. I was beginning to feel like main stream media. Then out of nowhere, the Tiger Woods story breaks. Is Tiger entitled to his privacy mitigated by the fact Tiger has always lived an off the golf course life as a very private individual? Obviously, when you're making $2 million a week from sponser endorsements ($100 million per year), things are not gonna be as simple as they should be. Makes me wonder if there's such a thing as "image insurance," as there's "legs insurance" for models or "hands insurance" for surgeons. When an arguably jilted bitch starts swinging a golf club at you, I think it's highly excusable to run over a fire hydrant or two in a futile attempt to dig out of the driveway seeking sanctuary at the local 7-11 at 2AM in the morning. Where da prenuptial agreement.

11 comments:

OkiHwn said...

Nice!

RONW said...

Nate- still tinking up what to write as a worthy addenum to the freezer photo. Ideas are frozen in time, it seems.

kahuku said...

ooh, very nice.

RONW said...

kahuku- still, kinda too bulky for my sake, however, I needed a higher zoom power.

owner said...

"This camera is too cool."

That pun bad enough for you?

In any case, bulky as it may be, if you want zoom you really don't have any other choice.

RONW said...

owner- that's a cool quip, darn. Anyways, regarding the zoom, it's simply impossible to surmount the physical limitations of the lens in a pocket size camera for distant photos....after having owned 2 compacts, I've found this out.

KirkK said...

Are you trying to give new meaning to the term "freeze-frame"??? ;o)

Rowena... said...

Your freezer is looking pretty bare. Is that really all you have in there?

Ann da sista said...

So, in honor of the impending winter, is the freezer the "new" balcony? First the Hershey bar and now the camera (and camera manual). I'm with Rowena. Where's da food? Oh wait...you already ate that frozen pizza. Looks like it's time to go get yourself another one! :)

RONW said...

Kirk- LOL. Actually, the theme is modern avant garde.

Rowena- there you go, making fun of my freezer. I use to have food stuff 4-years old in there, but lately I've been more tidy.

Ann- the weather has been a little too rainy and windy for balcony photos. Winter, you know. Hey, hope you didn't mind me using your photo in the previous post without asking. Chad lugging the waterlogged Xmas tree home on his shoulders, was simply a token note on his father's passing away last week Monday.

Ann da sista said...

No worries, Ron. We got the same policy at J-Damn - use da picture! :) Chad was actually thrilled that he was on your blog - a nice cheery moment to a rather dreary week.