Monday, May 12, 2008

I AM IN CANADA

AND SO I WILL be blogging less than my usual pathetic output.

BUT THIS TIME, I have an excuse:

CANADA!

That is all.

13 comments:

Hez said...

Zounds! I am in Vancouver! Shall you be appearing anywhere public that a Canadian person could go to be entertained by you?

Solonor Rasreth said...

Please, be careful, as it is almost like another country up there!

Being originally from Maine, I am a complete authority on Canada thanks to the semi-regular incursions into that state by roving bands of Canadians sent to kidnap children. Whatever the bastards did to them, they usually sent them back as extremely polite and respectful (and carrying a case of Molson), so we never said anything about it. Still, guard your cynicism closely!

Adam said...

If you're in Toronto please visit me.

Look, I did say "please," alright?

P. Little said...

I am in Canada as well, but my blog schedule is uninterrupted (mostly because I actually live here, but not completely).

jlewando said...

Did you ask Coulton to feed your cats while you are gone?

Tyler said...

Canada is pleased that The United States of America has chosen you as their Humoritarian Envoy.

certifiedprepwn3d said...

Since when was Canada a valid excuse for anything except mountain men and yodeling?

Trevor said...

Winnipeg. You must visit it.

JackalFive said...

MOst blog postings slow down up here. It's too cold, especially in May, as I'm sure you've noticed.

Where/why are you in Canada?

P. Little said...

Trevor: fellow Winnipegger or just lover of the city?

(And Hodgman: I certainly agree with Trevor.)

Frequent Reader said...

♀ George: I love this blog, thanks for sharing.

Tom Burchfield said...

Oh-oh. He's going to come back singing nothing but Gordon Lightfoot songs, I just know it . . . this blog will turn into a weblog of Lightfoot trivia. It happens all the time . . . because it happened to me! For years, I couldn't have roommates because of my compulsion to sing "The Canadian Railroad Trilogy" all night long.

These days though, I "sing" about "Don Quixote"--Cervantes', not Lightfoot's--which you can find on my blog this week.

Trevor said...

P. Little: Winnipegger; I can't imagine anyone enjoying Winnipeg enough to recommend it. But don't tell anyone else that.