Saturday, November 03, 2007

The moon tarries

Not a lot of time for a big, cool blog post today. In fact, I still haven't even made it home from hanging out with my friend Rich. Instead I'm scratching away at a keyboard in his wife's office, listening to an aquarium that sounds an awful lot like a man urinating.

Those suffering from Phoctober withdrawal will be happy to learn that I took quite a few pictures today, and should post some of my results on Monday and Tuesday.

In the meantime, stay warm and keep thinking of things to Ask the Moon!


Taffiny said...

very good (though not nice), apt, description of aquarium sound.

Muppet Hotel song must not be from (the first Muppet Movie) The Muppet Movie, because I can not at all recall it.

Takes promise of future photo posts with grain of salt.

The Moon Topples said...

Taffiny: I think it was in "The Great Muppet Caper," but I am willing to admit it could have been "The Muppets Take Manhattan."

basest said...

glad you still seem optimistic. I personally dislike calling it "hell week" for a variety of reasons. one in particular is that it implies that it SHOULD be unpleasant, and I contend that while it is hard work, it doesn't have to be.

that said, I'm aware you may be in one of the outer circles of hell at the moment. For what it's worth, I know that you're one hell of an actor, that you are taking the work seriously, and I'm looking forward to seeing you back on stage.

basest said...

my browser played a cruel trick on my. the comment above was intended for the post regarding tech week. i'm not sure what etiquette dictates...should I repost so that it makes sense? I'm left with an overwhelming sense of doubt.

Unknown said...

Yeah. That's right. It was the FILTER that sounds like someone urinating in the fish tank.

Glad you have bad peripheral vision.


The Moon Topples said...

Basest: By leaving your comment here, you have ensured that none of my readers know that you think I am a good actor. Well done. As for "hell week," I had entirely forgotten the phrase until a cast member used it at rehearsal, and I felt my stomach fall and then began to sweat. Sometimes the name is apt.

Rich: Eww.