Sunday, February 17, 2008

There Will Be No Film at Eleven

Miss Baby just got up and cut off her Kaiser ER id bracelet from yesterday morning. She came home from K. and went to bed in the clothes she was wearing – she just took those off, too.


When I came to bed last night, I asked her if she wanted to take that nice little brown pant suit off, she said no, that it was stretchy. But today she is better though she sounds like she’s gargling with gravel. Temp is gone, too.



And here's something completely different. This is an example of what I want the feature writing kids to do for their restaurant review. My thinking is that they need to do multimedia and then start worrying about doing good multimedia.



7 comments:

Tmorahan said...

So how much did they pay you to feature that distinguished bar in your popular blog!
Blatant advertising! - Is there nothing sacred?
And what was that awfully thick and creamy stuff that looked like it was ready to bulge over the glass?
When academics are advertising in their CONTENT... the whole world may be going to hell!
P.O.P is playing with Wordsworth and you're playing with the PIG - Nothing is sacred anymore.

Oh... Glory be to God for dappled things. (I think)

....J.Michael Robertson said...

I was wearing long sleeves when we had our last drink at the Pig, so I guess you didn't see any of the new tatoos. It's called product placement.

Anonymous said...

You are a REALLY old dude, man. Some of the Sig Ph bros at USF, the real one, check you out. You are old enuf for a son with a midlife cisis or a daughter going into menapuas. Still getting drunk -- a plus tho.

....J.Michael Robertson said...

Well, I never.

Tanu Sankalia said...

Money, Money shot at the end: the lovely asymmetry of three dark cocktails silhouetted against the storefront window.
How about a Geary Street Restaurant blog?

....J.Michael Robertson said...

Let's *monetize* this. It's always a good idea to have a graphic artist near at hand when it's time for the money shot. Oh, Eydie says you have a good voice. Let's monetize that.

Anonymous said...

Never what. Get sober?