Deer and Jerky

How can beware of deer signs be so accurate?  Deer — next 3.46miles.  If they can predict their whereabouts with that kind of accuracy, why can’t they just build the roads around them?  Same thing with the signs that say “Rock”.  If there’s a rock at precisely that spot that’s perched on the edge of a steep cliff, don’t make the drivers play Wile E. Coyote with their cars.  Get rid of the rock.

Doesn’t the song “Ghetto Superstar” remind you of junior year of college, red jeeps and people staying up way too late in the apartment swimming pool?  Yeah, me neither.

Speaking of musical genius, Boyz II Men, Sir-Mix-A lot and Tone Loc are coming to Seattle TOGETHER, as I’m sure you’re all aware.  Stop by my place for a spot of beef jerky while you’re in town.  It’d be great to put a face with your name.

(Okay, I just found out that they already came.  Sorry.  But seriously, come by for some jerky anytime.)

reasons: feet the shape of hams, Dan home early from work

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6 Responses to Deer and Jerky

  1. EmLouisa says:

    “Ghetto Superstar…That is what you are….” Gee, thanks for getting THAT lovely tune in my head.

    I was in Seattle last weekend. I wanted to call, but didn’t know how to explain to my sisters-in-law that I just HAD to have some Kathryn time. Not sure they would have understood, the meanies.

    Nice city you live in!

  2. EmLouisa says:

    PS if I would have known there was jerky I SOOO would have been there!

  3. Allanna says:

    If Michael and I were cool and knew your address, we’d be there. (I said “jerky” and Michael was hooked.)

    “Ghetto Superstar” takes me back to my first real job. I wouls usually hear it on my drive home. It’s a great song to cruise to. Oh, yes.
    And now it’s stuck in my head.

  4. Michelle says:

    All you need is Vanilla Ice and it’d be a 80s/90s Love Fest.

  5. jodijean says:

    mmmmmmmmmmmm jerrrrr-keeeyyyyyyyy!

  6. It reminds me of being 12 and Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton singing “Islands in the Stream” and hearing all the time that Barry Gibb wrote it.

    When I read Allanna’s name, I had a Thompson Twins tune pop into my head. Guess which decade I grew up in.

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