Sunday, March 29, 2009

Sunday: Open Discussion

Please feel free to talk about anything that's on your minds today. Open Discussion.

20 comments:

Scruffy said...

Woof, woof, woof, woof.
Woof, woof, woof, woof, woof, woof, woof, woof, woof, woof.

Anonymous said...

Hi Fin

Are you around? I go to my grandmother's house on Sunday.

It's boring.

Shadow

Ms. Fettleston said...

Dear Ms. Mira,

Our church bazaar is going very well today, dear. Everyone said my cookies were quite delicious. I've come home to whip up another batch. They will be my special oatmeal raisen, and they are for the workers after they finish. Then we have a board meeting. I like to bring my knitting and listen to the meetings. I don't say much. It's best for the younger people to run things, don't you think? Sometimes, I do make a small correction, though, dear. For example, one young woman wanted to have a rock band for our Spring Mixer. Quite inappropriate for a church, you know, dear. I suggested a nice classical group. They are thinking it over dear, and will decide today.

Have a lovely day, dear.

Sincerely,

Ms. Fettleston

Ms. Fettleston said...

Dear Ms. Mira,

Oh my. I see I spelled raisin incorrectly. I am quite embarrassed.

The correct way to spell raisin is: raisin.

Sincerely,

Ms. Fettleston

Troubadour said...

Good boy, scruffy. Sit.

What? Can't a ghost love dogs?

Fin said...

Shadow,
Why do you go over there every Sunday?

Fin said...

Ms. Fettleson,
The guys here: http://www.myspace.com/mewithoutyou are a bunch of charming, Jesus Freaks that would be perfect for rock music at a church gathering.

Scruffy said...

Woof. Woof.

Wag, wag, wag.

Fin said...

Troubadour,
Where have you been? My friend Penny saw a few of your posts and she thinks the way you talk is... becoming?

Fin said...

I'm sorry Ms. Fettleston. I mean to type the third "t" in your name but it doesn't always happen. Please forgive me.

Anonymous said...

Fin

I don't know. My mom makes me to go with her.

It's so boring.

What are you doing today?

Troubadour, are you a ghost?

Shadow

Fin said...

Shadow,
Your family loves you then. Sorry it's boring. What book are you reading currently?

Anonymous said...

Fin

I like comic books. You?

I have to go. Have fun.

Shadow

Fin said...

Shadow,
Oscar gave me his grandmother's old copy of Poor Folk for Christmas so I'll start that as soon as I finish re-reading Edgar Keret's: The Great Nimrod Flipout. You'd probably really like it.
Have you read any of the Coheed and Cambria comic books? They're the only ones I've really read.

Goran Njiric said...

Good... evening(?) everyone. Not quite sure how time works between two places, as I've never had to bother with anything other than FGSS Standard.

Anyway. I figured I would just come to see how everyone was doing. I'm watching the rear of the ship through some cameras. You'd think that a hot hydrogen exhaust would leave -some- sort of giant flame, but sadly, there's no such thing. We're not even accelerating that fast.

The machine wants me to design clothes for its digital images. This is just weird.

blurp said...

blurp

DESTINY said...

Goran. I have an important message for you.

Turn left.

DESTINY said...

Oh.

And wide bottom jeans are out of style.

Ms. Fettleston said...

Dear Ms. Fin,

Thank you for the suggestion, dear. I am sure rock music is very nice, but it is just not appropriate for church. The committee voted for a rock band yesterday, but I just had to put my foot down. We ended up going with a nice group that puts on musicals.

Sincerely,

Ms. Fettleston

Anonymous said...

Fin

I like manga mostly.

Those books sound cool.

Shadow