Left foot, right foot, left foot, right foot, turn…

I worked from home today. By that, I mean I actually worked. Some people may notice that my IM traffic was a little less than usual today because I had the IM sessions up on one computer while I worked from another. But then I found out OmniPage has a batch function and I was getting through things much faster. I have a crapload of PDFs that needed to be OCRd to Word format so I was working on those all day today and because of that, I missed out on my RSS feeds, my usual surfing places. I did take a little break for lunch and though I might take a walk, but got downstairs and was all “screw this heat!”

Since I usually blog as a mini escape from dealing with the crap of the office… and I wasn’t there today… no blog post! The few things that I did catch up on later were Towleroad making sure to feature a shirtless, chained-up Milo Ventimiglia and of course the rapidly spreading around the internet statement, “In Iran, we don’t have homosexuals”.

On his blog, Frankie featured a YouTube capture of a sketch from the recent A Bucket o’ French and Saunders series, and being the Virgo that I am, I couldn’t let that sit out on the internet waves in an improper and inferior format, and it is a funny sketch. Throughout the episode, the new material involved Jennifer trying out for various reality competition shows and Dawn playing a range of celebrity judges, spoofing How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?, The Apprentice (UK), Britain’s Got Talent and of course America’s Next Top Model

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The first time I watched this, it was just after I’d gotten back from the airport after midnight last Saturday (Sunday?) and I really needed the laugh. It did not disappoint.

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2 Responses

  1. Neal says:

    For some reason known only to aboriginal tribes I don’t have you on my IM buddy list. This should be remedied with the quickness.

    I’m JNCNeal on AIM, kudzu71 on gtalk…whichever you prefer as your IM client of choice.


  2. shin says:

    Thanks for this morning’s Tyra mail. It’s funny to see this spoof of Tyra, especially the legs. I had a my good morning laugh.

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