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1.2.06

The decline of western civilization

I took Mia to her first dentist appointment today. All was well - her teeth are sparkling and pristine. However, while I was there I noticed the sign inside the elevator, which bespeaks volumes about why our civilization is going straight down the toilet:

This makes me sad. If you don't know what's wrong with it, then you make me sad.








* By the way, you notice I said "today" I took Mia to the dentist. And today this picture appears. That's right, suckers, I got a digital camera for Christmas and I aim to use it to bring you all the inanity this world has to offer! Look out! Posted by Picasa

5 Comments:

Anonymous Leapin said...

"That's right, suckers, I got a digital camera for Christmas..."

...and it only took me until February 1st to figure out how to use it! ;)

1/2/06 6:38 PM  
Blogger Greg said...

Yeah, you're pretty funny there, tough guy. We had a bunch o' film left from our other camera, and I wanted to use it all up. Krys thought I was weird, but she always does. So I took pictures with the old one before breaking out the digital one. Looks like you're gonna need a beatin' next time I see you.

1/2/06 7:23 PM  
Blogger john sweet said...

Yeah, that is pretty sad there about that sign, Greg. I mean, we all know the certifcates are kept in suite 102. Sheeeesh.

I will have to look up the one with the guys painting the "SCHOOL" letters on the street in a school zone... that one is even more priceless.

Uncle Monster

2/2/06 4:50 AM  
Blogger Nik said...

Man, I'm freaking out in advance over having to take ours to the dentist. How long can you wait? High school?

2/2/06 2:30 PM  
Blogger Greg said...

Nik - it was actually pretty easy, because we take good care of her teeth. The dentist just checked her out - it took about three minutes. She didn't like it, but it wasn't anything bad. I suppose if we continue to take good care of them, the visits won't be too bad.

2/2/06 3:39 PM  

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