Awwww! I miss my blog. I haven't updated in FOREVER. I miss being unemployed.
[This is hardly a revolutionary theory, but I'm pretty sure there's a direct relationship between "underemployment" and "amount of time spent blogging." Similarly, I'm pretty sure there's a inverse relationship between "amount of sex someone is having" and "amount of time spent blogging." No, I don't mean to say that bloggers are underemployed and sexless. I think they're underemployed AND/OR sexless]*.**
*Don't hate! Imma blogger! This applies to me too!
**Also, obviously doesn't apply to professional bloggers, who, like, blog for food and shelter.
Anyway, I've got a backlog of blogs I wanna post, but most are of the long/ambitious variety. So I decided to go with a Signs of Life Photo Essay. Presented largely without comment, Politics in Arizona: A Photo Essay.
Okay, fine, technically I saw this in New Mexico!
This is actually Arizona:
|Cigars are very oppressed.|
You have to be careful not to frighten them when you see one out and about.
Art, Coffee, Vintage, AND Jewelry all reject racism!
OBAMA WILL BRING THE WAR ON TERROR HOME
I'm honestly not sure what that means. I creepily followed around this car for a little bit trying to get a better picture. Fail! Also, I guess they are fans of the Yankees...and Pirates? Confusing.
I hate bumper stickers that are phrased like imperatives:
Okay, guys, think! We need a name that evokes...stability! And grandeur! Something majestic, that will last a long time. Ponzi Federal Credit Union? Nah, that sounds a little hinky. How about...What's that you say? A Pyramid? Why, that's a great idea! Everyone loves Pyramids! Now we just need a slogan. How about "Pyramid Federal Credit Union: We Scheme to Earn You Money"? Gosh, the boss is gonna love this.
Best tampon dispenser ever.
And just for fun, even though they are not technically "signs":
Our backyard is pretty and in no way resembles a desert:
Sometimes they get eaten by bobcats.
How am I supposed to drive to work when there is a vulture in the road??
Yes, I know. I spend too much of my time looking at the world like this:
Most of these pictures are taken from my car, I'm aware.