Tuesday, July 28, 2009

The Post Without Words


15 comments:

katey said...

Damn it feels good to be a gangsta. (Er, sorry, all I could think when I saw the smashed up computer.)

That was awesome. You have some cool stuff hanging out on that HD, dude! "I call this one Skull... On a Spike."

Yeah, so that one was my favorite. No one's shocked.

Aaron Polson said...

That was my Mom's old machine. She thought it was the only safe way to go, so I got to demolish the poor thing. I have a whole series of pictures.

Skulls can be a bit cliche, so I chose wisely. (Needless to say, that isn't the only skull on my hard drive)

Alan W. Davidson said...

Dude, that's a macabre bunch of stuff you keep on your hard drive...I think that there's support groups for that (my favourite was the bat skeleton).

Aaron Polson said...

Yeah. I've got issues. Thankfully, the kids don't know where to find "Daddy's weird pictures".

Danielle Ferries said...

Monster Shindig reminded me of Monster Mash. Now I have that song stuck in my head.

Natalie L. Sin said...

The murdered computer almost stole my heart, but who can resist the charm of a dinosaur?

Aaron Polson said...

Danielle - Sorry for the earworm, but "Monster Mash" is a great song.

Natalie - think of it as a mercy killing.

Catherine J Gardner said...

That poor poor computer.

Rebecca Nazar said...

Monster Shindig, I wanna party with those guys. Woot! BYOB--last B being blood, I assume.

Brendan P. Myers said...

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Aaron Polson said...

Aw, Cate, it was fun.

Rebecca - I listened to that record about a million times as a kid. Result=messed up adult.

Brendan...?

Carrie Harris said...

I'm so glad I'm not the only person who had Office Space flashbacks.

Clearly, those are some computer hating monsters.

Aaron Polson said...

Carrie - only because they are chronically depressed. Really.

Brendan P. Myers said...

It was a response without words. But when you have to explain a joke . . . you've failed.

Aaron Polson said...

Okay...I thought maybe...but then I played dumb.

It is I that have failed.