7.09.2008

This Picture is Worth Thirteen Words

9 comments:

jaepea said...

perfecto!

Ed said...

Ha ha. But this is really a very sad statement. Sarcasm, wielded appropriately, is a wonderful tool for some kinds of communication situations... wielded indiscriminantly it is a hurtful club (especially with young people who learn to be suspicious of words).

I love your sarcasm, Sugarmouth, but it should never supplant positive thinking.

Live strong.

Michele said...

Hey, I just found your blog on Colon Club. I am trying to read it from the beginning. Just wanted to say hello. Love the sign you just posted.
Take care.
Michele
http://michelepeters.blogspot.com

Sugarmouth O'Riordan said...

Context is everything, Ed, and the context of this blog is me dealing with my cancer. Some of the weapons in my arsenal are rage, bitterness, cynicism, atheism, frustration, denial, and sarcasm. I know positivity is all the rage, but I think anything that energizes you and keeps you in the fight is a good thing.

JP--Can't wait for you to come out!

Michele--Thanks for coming out--hope you come back. :)

Ed said...

OK. After all it is your blog and everything, but for some of us this is the only window we have into you and your world. I am sorry to foist my philosophies on your cancer-fighting energy. Maybe I'll just be a lurker.

City of Presidents said...

I vote for lurker! (Maybe we should do a poll?)

hh said...

when i saw this - i smiled - it is so you (and my j).

and when i saw the city presidents' comment - i laughed hard - people from that city and surrounding area must be pretty clever ;)

Lanny said...

It is so you - Love it! Keep up the positive energy! :)

Jeanine said...

got to love the sarcasm!! it comes in handy at so many times......