ladycaviar won't go to rehab, no no no

I know you're wondering where I've been, ahahahaha. Hmmm. Where to start? Won a lawsuit, blew mah money on a new car (those of you who were familiar with the Zombie Car will be relieved you won't have to scrape me off the road with a spatula), had surgery, got engaged -- of all things, surprised the hell out of me, I'll tell ya -- got complications from the surgery, almost died, and made a Mash with the new MashCaster.

The really only funny part is this: the anesthesiologist team shot me up with some anti-anxiety drug while I was being prepped, and the last thing I remember was telling my friend that my socks were hot and I wanted them off. Then I woke up in the recovery room.

My friend's version goes like this: "We were talking about your socks, and suddenly you started singing 'Yellow Submarine.' It was actually a pretty good rendition. The anesthesiologists were pretty pleased with themselves, and it made us all smile. We weren't so worried about how you'd do."

"That can't be right. I don't even know the words to Yellow Submarine."

"Yes, you do. All of them."

Ooookaaaaay.

So you'd think I'd do a Yellow Submarine mash, but I couldn't find the right graphics. Maybe later. Instead, I offer you this frippery, which I contend is not dirty in any way. I also contend that being on Percocet for a month or so has affected me in no way that -- ooh, shiny...

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scottp: You have had one heck of life journey lately, so pleased all worked out well. "Life" It ain't easy havin this much fun!!!....I will keep my eyes open on MashCaster for ya, We must mash now that you are back!!

Have a good one!!

Scott

RSMBiggles: And congratulations on your new position ;P

Lemming_Of_The_BDA: Lol nice mash!
Back in 7th and 8th grade I'd make the booby and tits joke all the time... sadly for me no one would get it.
But thats whats so nice about pythonline people get you here!

Aw got engaged how sweet! Hope you two are happy! :D

TWICE!!!
"Know what I mean? Wink wink. Nudge nudge. Say no more! Say no more!"

gna42: Now I've got my OWN version of a 'blue-footed Boobie' in my head... must... mash...in...retaliation..

CONGRATS on everything!!! WOW... Go big or stay home... it's kind of like when a coworker walked up to me one day and asked me what I was doing for the weekend... I said "nothing" he said, "wanna go to Reno and get married?" I said..."sure, why not..."...

Ro, we'll have to compare notes some day, you sound like my kinda people!

Now... off to boobie-land... (oddly, I'm already IN Los Angeles, so that shouldn't be too difficult.. it's the LAND of the wild boobie)

"Some things in life are bad, they can really make you mad..." and... "always look on the Bright Side of Life..."

BroMaynardG: The music reminds me of something . . ? something?

I can't remember, but it's right there on the back of my tongue.

I hope your recovery goes well! The wife goes under the knife tomorrow.

She's a real tense wench - screaming like she's got both her birds in the ringer.

They promised her anti-anxiety medication, too! They know she is shrewish!

Maybe it was Yellow Submarine Sandwich which you sang (sangwhich?).

In any event, welcome back. Hopefully 2008 stays on the upswing for you.

Myanmar!

(I'll let y'all know how silly Tere is tomorrow, after I bring her home)

ladycaviar at 10:01 pm March 25

The music is the "ranz des vaches" stanzas of the "William Tell Overture" by Rossini, before you get to the famous to-the-dump, to-the-dump, to-the-dump-dump-dump part. The genius Carl Stalling used it repeatedly in classic Warner Brothers cartoons to indicate daybreak, or to set the stage before something innocent got eaten or smacked by a cartoon anvil.

I adore the challenge of finding out-of-copyright *recordings* (NOT easy, I can tell you!) and setting them to Mashes. If I can make the animation sync with the music, even better.

I wish your wife a happy Rutles trip, or a Beatles trip if she can get it. ;)

BroMaynardG at 3:21 am March 26

. . . from she who knows (you) to "she who must be obeyed" (the wife).

I know the music well! Played on an Alphorn, like the "Ricola!" commercials" (From Wikipedia - Ricola are well-known for their commercials featuring mountaineers shouting "Ri-co-la!" and blowing through a large Alphorn.)

Not only did the "Warner Brothers" used it for instilling a placid moment before the climax of disaster, but so did Marv Newland (an only child {ie. there are NO "Newland Brothers" as there are Warners} who was produced by Mr. and Mrs. Newland), in "Bambi Meets Godzilla" (wait for it!) - - - -

Myanmar!