If I may…

Get Out of Blogging Free


… I’d like to play the Get Out of Blogging Free card today. There are no hard and fast rules about these things but I intend this to be single use, for my benefit, though I encourage my fellow bloggers to sock this away for a day that may not be rainy so much as packed to the rafters with doings and need-doings. Such is my Friday, which does not permit me the opportunity of gassing on about some arcane cinema fact, nerd gripe, or nutjob theory of mine. I am off the grid by 2pm and unplugged through Sunday. Have a great weekend and see you next Friday!

4 Responses If I may…
Posted By swac44 : June 27, 2014 7:45 pm

C’mon and admit it, you came in second in a beauty pageant, and are whooping it up in Atlantic City!

Posted By Martha C. : June 27, 2014 9:25 pm

Hopefully you’re not hanging out at the sad ghetto area at Baltic and Mediterranean Avenues…hoping to catch the Reading to the not much better Oriental Avenue district!..have a nice weekend! Nice to have some time off from blogging. :)

Posted By Juana Maria : June 30, 2014 1:58 am

That orange card doesn’t make me think of the Monopoly game so much as it makes it does make me think of “the time of the month” for us women. A woman’s point of view.

Posted By Ben Martin : June 30, 2014 3:37 pm

Ha ha ha – I wondered what Juana was talking about until i looked at the card again. Yikes. The poor woman in the card is definitely not feeling well. I wonder of that image is really on actual monopoly cards or if Richard made his own.

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