Monday, September 26, 2005


is the number of this post and the approximate internal temperature I had in degrees fahrenheit on Saturday in the evening at my peak. I'm mostly better now.

I even have sufficient energy to create the following word combination:
artichoke carburetor


Phx said...

:) You managed to turn feeling crummy into a witty post. :) I hope you are feeling top-notch soon. I like your word combination and congrats on breaking the 100-post milestone. :)

And thanks so much for all the comments you consistently leave on my blog. :)

Here's my word combination for the day:

Ostentatious fermentation

Snarkle said...

My analysis: artichoke carburator

Artichokes are food. I suppose somebody probably calls carburetors carbs. I don't know much about this type of thing, but I suppose artichokes are made of carbs.

I don't like artichokes. The thought of eating one makes me feel like I could choke.

Carburetors are found in engines. Some engines (eg: on old tractors and lawn mowers) there is a device called a "choke". Both carburetors and chokes are responsible for regulating the mix of gas and air.

Well, there you have it then.

Brotha Buck said...

Ah, I was in the same condition Saturday night. Sick and hot as a dog. I'm somewhat better now.

anecdotally polyphonical

dang, you don't know how long it took me to come up with that.