Thursday, December 07, 2006

Thanks, Allan!


Cece said...

LMAO! I thought it was going to be all inspirational!

heartinsanfrancisco said...


Depends on the kind of inspiration you seek.

Pickled Olives said...

Death by meteor...that could hurt.

heartinsanfrancisco said...


If only I could channel it to the subject of my last post.

Lex said...

That's great!!!

heartinsanfrancisco said...


My friend Allan from high school supplies me with wonderful anti-corporate-inspirational stuff.

I think the ravens feed him.

urban-urchin said...

i love those, mainly because I hate their counterparts so very much.

heartinsanfrancisco said...


Me, too! I am not a Company Man at heart, and don't understand those who are.

velvet girl said...

LOL! Brilliant. I despise those corporate rah-rah posters.

Anonymous said...

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Hi, Everyone
I've studied English sinse Autumn.
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I want like to meet boys and practisice My English with them.


heartinsanfrancisco said...


I think anyone who doesn't despise them is probably an android from a planet I don't want to visit.

Anonymous in Sri Lanka,

Thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you meet some really nice boys to practice your English on.

You write it well for someone so young. Good luck in your studies, and your life.

Island Spice said...

Heart .. I gotta tell ya.. I enjoy your blog soooo much!! Not only the well told stories and the links but the IMAGES!! Girl.. where do you get them?? ALwyas perfect!!

Open Grove Claudia said...

I love

Do you think that the meteor will only kill the people who wished upon it? or like a "wrath of god" thing and kill everyone? It's perplexing.

Odat said...

If you could now get your landlord to wish upon this certain star and get killed by the meteor you'd be ahead of the game!

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Island spice,

Thank you so much! I enjoy yours, too, and envy you living in a part of the world I've always loved.


It IS perplexing. I think the same principle should apply as the Rapture, in which only saved Christians will float off to heaven like Mary Poppins.

So be careful what you wish on because you may get it.


We're on the same page here. See my earlier comment to Pickled Olives.

One can hope.

Steven Novak said...

What happens if you wished for the star to fall to earth and kill everyone?

Then it really did come true. ;)


heartinsanfrancisco said...


Yeah, that's great! Imagine the widespread celebration!

Play with it outside.

jali said...

I love that site!

Wouldn't we launch a flight after calling Bruce Willis and Ben Affleck and some more people to save the world.

Kevin Charnas said...

HHAA!!! this is excellent, EXCELLENT!

heartinsanfrancisco said...


Bruce Willis and Ben Affleck? I think I've missed something. And I'm glad.


Anything that deflates priggishness and pomposity is A-Ok with me.

Polyman3 said...

It could be Aliens come to take over the world but first, they grant everybody their wishes.

heartinsanfrancisco said...


Get out much?

Stewart Sternberg said...

Meteors frighten me..almost as much as Old Navy or Target commercials. Of course, the new Burger King commercials have been creeping up there.'s not the meteor that'll kill you, it's the anticipation.

thethinker said...

That's hilarious! Morbid, but hilarious just the same.

Jocelyn said...

You know, the latest theory is that the dinosaurs all wished, one night at a T. Rex's birthday party, that the earth *would* be hit by a meteor, and whaddya know? Goodbye, dinos; hello, heartinsanfrancisco.

heartinsanfrancisco said...


What scares me is the meteor maids. Parking tickets in SF are like personal hate mail from God.


Morbid isn't always that bad. Sometimes it's all we have to laugh at.


I wish the dinosaurs were still around because I've never had one for a pet. I'd like a brontosaurus, though, because they were vegetarians. I don't want to wake up in somebody's belly like Jonah.

Thank you for stopping by today!

Nihilistic said...

Your welcome! Middle name is Alan...ok...spelling is wrong...but only by one "L"

furiousBall said...

I love these demotivator posters. I always make fun of the people at work that have the pictures of eagles and crap with some sort of slogan below them that is supposed to get them "all amped" up for the day. There should be some sort of fine for bad art and taste, unless you mean to do it. I mean would you think someone was a moron or uber cool if they had a dangling kitten "hang in there baby" poster on their wall. tough call, such a fine line between potsie and fonzie

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Nihilistic Alan...

What were your parents thinking?


Who do they suppose put that kitten in such a precarious situation in the first place?

I have always balked at giving more loyalty than I'm getting.

Thank you for coming by!

Jerri said...

In repsonse to a comment you mention that you balk at giving more loyalty than you get. All I can say is you're a very, very smart human.

s@bd said...


heartinsanfrancisco said...


Trial and error, my dear.

If I may clarify, I give complete loyalty until they screw me. Then I stop.

I adore unconditional love and loyalty from dogs, but I never disappoint them either.

heartinsanfrancisco said...


I just got lost in your three blogs, all quite interesting. Your Thanksgiving dinner was a lot like mine, except for chestnut stuffed turkey instead of ham.

Thank you for coming by!

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An explosive said...

lol... This was great! Thanks! I have never seen one's like these before.. there all "T.E.A.M" ~ Together everyone accomplishes more! PHOOEY ~ I like yous so much better! lol ~M

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heartinsanfrancisco said...

My heart,

Those "inspirational" goody-goody Company Person things inspire me to lose my lunch.

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