Monday, February 14, 2005

Frisbee with fine china

Frisbee with fine china. I had this thought after feeding my dogs some scraps off a dinner plate. Noting the plate looked and felt somewhat like a frisbee. If the really great frisbee players had to use expensive fine china plates it might be exciting(especially for people who watch Antique Roadshow on public tv). You would lose, of course, if you did not catch the "frisbee" and it broke. Or if you sailed an uncatchable plate.

The point system could be devised by others(maybe the rule maker--who could that be?)

posted by joe @ 2/14/2005 06:12:00 PM   8 comments

8 Comments:

At 9:38 PM, Blogger brad said...

The first rule is for you to stop posting stupid ideas and/or conversations you have with your dog. This post is so stupid, no one will even respond to acknowledge its existence.

 
At 5:52 PM, Blogger Clay said...

Well that may be a little harsh brad, but it did seem to come out of left field. I think Joe was feeling the need to step up to the challenge after he chided us for fixating on bleeding genitalia. He obviously forced it and drew a blank. But I did take the time to put myself in his shoes and pictured myself in Joe's back yard, pissed off because I was doing the dishes, thinking to myself, I wish I could just throw this plate into the freaking woods so I don't have to clean it. I bet the disgruntlement also led him to wonder what it might be like to decapitate a frisbee player with some fine china. I don't know, I could be reading too much into it, but that's thats just me.

 
At 6:21 PM, Blogger joe said...

Are you missing me Brad? That's the only reason I can think of for your vitrolic diatribe. Must I refer you to our mission statement? Maybe you should reread it.

And of course, I made at least two members think--imagine-- fine china on a lush green park broken into a million pieces.

 
At 6:22 PM, Blogger joe said...

Are you missing me Brad? That's the only reason I can think of for your vitrolic diatribe. Must I refer you to our mission statement? Maybe you should reread it.

And of course, I made at least two members think--imagine-- fine china on a lush green park broken into a million pieces.

 
At 8:32 PM, Blogger Clay said...

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At 8:44 PM, Blogger Clay said...

Joe, you have got to do something about your repeat comments. Maybe if when you check to see if your comment shows up, you wait a minute or hit your refresh button (thats the little recycle arrow looking thing on your toolbar) before you click publish again. And since we spoke about the spell checker and correcting the voracity of the plum smuggler earlier, I will tell you the word is vitriolic.

PS I had to delete the above comment because I mispelled a word and couldn't go back and correct it.

 
At 9:01 PM, Blogger joe said...

ok I don't like to misspell words, and I wasn't sure of vitriolic vs vitrolic, but I didn't have time to look it up. Anyway Bibb wouldn't know the if it was misspelled.

 
At 1:23 PM, Blogger Flash said...

Come on guys, you know I don't understand all them big words. Speak American. More specifically, Southern American. If you would have replaced "vitriolic diatribe" with "smack talk" or even "playa hatin'" I would have understood that. Sorry, no matter how high fallootin' I try to be, the redneck just keeps coming out.

 

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