but I digress . . .
It's a giant piece of peanut butter filled celery, I think, which means he is hungry.
to Brian:I went downstairs, came up with an apple and some peanut butter, and found your comment. I don't think it is celery, though. Or maybe he is trying to feed someone. Or maybe somebody tried to steal his celery and peanut butter and he is using it as a weapon.Anyway, Beowulf didn't use a sword in his major battles, but your comment certainly makes a good case for an alternate weapon.
intense!love,jason mulgrewinternet quasi-celebrity
to good heavens jason:I suggest a good dramatic reading of "The Battle of Maldon" will cure what ails you (namely, your last blog entry). Blegh. How do you write so much of that stuff?
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