|Recognize this stinky bastard?|
If you said Stinkor from "He-Man: Masters of the Universe," you would be correct! In case you can't recall, he looked like a skunk and his power was that he smelled really, really bad. One of my closest friends just directed an episode of "Law and Order SVU." They liked how it came out and asked him to do another. It hasn't all gone to his head yet because he is still sending me pictures like this. So he sends me this pic of what appears to be Stinkor sunbathing, and I laughed my ass off. Why would he care about tanning if his odor offends anyone he comes near? Actually, the toy itself smells, and if you leave him in a contained small space, the smell intensifies. And it still works despite the fact that it's from like 1985! Director friend was going to donate him to somewhere, but I jumped at the chance to take him off his hands. Stinkor is being shipped from L.A. to Chicago as we speak. I told Mrs. Noisewater that when he arrives he will go right into his new home: a mason jar sealed up with a lid. Mrs. Noisewater is not liking the idea of intentionally brining an item in our house that smells and displaying it on our bookshelf, but she will learn to love our stinky new friend soon enough.
|I'm no doctor, but that doesn't look good.|
It is a real drag when I'm injured because I like to be active, I was just getting in the habit of going to the gym every day, and my job involves a lot of walking around and going up and down stairs. I just have to do a lot of rehab on it. Jesus, just look at it. Does it look like the foot of a zombie? You can be honest.
Also, what do you think is going on in this pic:
I would be surprised if anyone guesses, but this would be 30 men with sleeveless basketball jerseys competing on three Super Nintendo versions of "NBA Jam"in an all day tournament complete with press conferences and awards. Yours truly one the trophy for the best team name for "The Fundamentally Sound Behind the Back Inbounds Pass."