August 20th, 2003

Life 2 (based on icon from tamnonlinear)

My LiveJournal Sitcom

It's hard to get this to run - only on-line for three minute slots then off again so I did two to keep you amused :)

Peace
peter

My LiveJournal Sitcom
Taking Care Of petersheil's doctor (WB, 6:30): petersheil (Bridget Fonda) and tsunami_7 (David Burnham) perform slapstick at a fish market. That same day, wiseheron (Nikki Cox)'s office's air conditioning is broken, and dropandgiveme50 (Sarah Silverman) shows up to fix it. On the other side of town, tersono (Kimberly Williams) borrows sythyry (Richard Dean Anderson)'s car to drive to the beach. Nearby, tigermoth (Courteney Cox) makes lots of money playing guitar on the street and makes loversfaraway (Brad Renfro) jealous. Also, rachelslivecam (Martin Sheen) can't open aegidian (Shiri Appleby)'s jar of pickles. TV-G.
What's Your LiveJournal Sitcom? (by rfreebern)


My LiveJournal Sitcom
Bringing Up petersheil (WB, 6:30): petersheil (Bridget Fonda) ruins cream_soda (Fran Drescher)'s favourite plate while house-sitting. Upstairs, haikusun (Valerie Bertinelli) breaks lj_maintenance (Jerry Seinfeld)'s old 100-meter-dash record, but nobody sees it happen. In the next town over, wildspirit (Gina Gershon) discovers that nemetonfire (Famke Janssen) is taking planetary motion lessons. Afterwards, occipitaldruid (Christian Slater) can't find vampirepixie (Rose McGowan)'s novel and pretends it was never missing. Then, loreeley (Jack Benny) buys toothpastes instead of sneakers, ruining databases (Laura Campbell)'s day. Hilarious results follow.
What's Your LiveJournal Sitcom? (by rfreebern)
Life 2 (based on icon from tamnonlinear)

Quotes of the Day

A little sincerity is a dangerous thing, and a great deal of it is absolutely fatal.
Oscar Wilde (1854 - 1900), The Critic as Artist, part 2, 1891

Music is the only language in which you cannot say a mean or sarcastic thing.
John Erskine (1879 - 1951)

A large income is the best recipe for happiness I ever heard of.
Jane Austen (1775 - 1817)

I am extraordinarily patient, provided I get my own way in the end.
Margaret Thatcher (1925 - ), in Observer April 4, 1989