Saturday, May 06, 2006

A Refreshing Drink



The show is hung and lit and open a few days early. In celebration I have decided to pour myself some clear carbonated sweetened delight. Oh did I fail to mention my arm got sawed off by some bandits but they politely replaced it with this bionic dinker. Do you think I look old?

56 comments:

Corny said...

Hate to break, but you do look old, however your arm looks fresh as a daisy. Will you set yer robot arm on High Speed Poke and come over and jab at me for a spell?

w.w. said...

i too would like the robotic jab. mm, if you dip your stub in fresca it will burn in a good way.

mountain man said...

Jesus Christos you hussies have me all fired up. I have dunked my dinker in fresca and it's so ready to prod it's practically rusted. I will see you both when you least expect it.

martin said...

Mountain Man - You look old, but very suave. Do you hide things in your arm? Weapons and things?

w.w. said...

duh, martin. it is a robot arm for doing naughty things. this is obvious from the picture.

martin said...

I'm so stupid. Half of my head is plastic, no robotic parts or microchips, just plastic.

I can totally see the helpful tool part now. MM is way too suave, now I know why so many ladies love MM.

mountain man said...

Hi Martin, you flatter me with your suave comment. If you would like to learn how to harness your plastic into the deep medicinal-sexual pleasure axis for ladies just call me up. I am excited for you. However you may age fast like me, in the process.

sloth said...

MM, I am alarmed and excited that your part was harvested and replaced with the cyborg-sexual robotics. Not to worry; your aged appearance will be forgotten when you perform the cut dance with the new equipment.

pd said...

MM, has anyone said you look old? You do, a little. But a robotic arm!!! I am envious. I must have it for the robotron dances. Like the Neutron Dance.

randy said...

MM your CyberPoke could turn my tables. I might switch teams for action like that. Jump the creek as they say, learn.

Mountain Man said...

Randy you really should. Mix it up, switch it around. Right?

Poodle Shuffler said...

I am tired of shuffling my poodles with the standard issue arm, I would like to replace it with this prosthesis. Where are the bandits, can they be called?

martex said...

I have a toy poodle named Curly.

vapor eyes said...

I once ran my hands all over a poodle's face, thinking she was my girlfriend.

disembodied voice said...

I'm getting the vapors.

Depressive Disorder said...

Me too.

Depressive Disorder said...

There is oddness on my hamhock.

Depressive Disorder said...

It's because I refuse to work out.

The Capt'n said...

Just when I thought the Mountain Man couldn't get any sexier...

w.w. said...

i think i dreamt about a dismembered robot arm last night. now when i see a metal object i feel the strange attraction. mm, is this possible?

iidoit said...

Dear MM:
Well.. Definitely a change with the hair - not only cut, but the colour!!! On your chest!!!
Then there is the arm... can it be programmed to do things while you focus on other things with your own flesh and blood?
Marvahelous dahling!!

Stan Liebowitz said...

Yeah MM your chest hair is scrubby like a brillo pad, it's not what I expected. Yet still, due to your prosthesis and your general attitude.

krixfort said...

Good morning Robotron, I mean MM. How's that arm hangin' today?

hammy said...

morning pals!

lupis said...

hi hammy i like your glaze this morning.

hammy said...

thank you lupin. I like yours too! But I don't understand much.

hammy said...

what is a glaze? does it have to do with doughnuts?

lupis said...

hi krix! hammy, i find understanding things to be over rated, but my brain is small and has a crusty husk like exterior.

pd said...

Lupis! Hams! What say ye?

I don't understand anything either, Lupis. I just nod my head and smile, which does not get me far in the blogosphere.

hammy said...

Don't despair Lupis. Every day I lose a brain wrinkle and I am awake.

hammy said...

Me too PD! We are one in this.

lupis said...

PD, I close my eyes and see you! smile and nod, smile and nod, smile and nod. it is soothing, sooothing, soothing

lupis said...

hammy do you save your shed brain winkle? like in a special chest or jar?

hammy said...

I am boiling it into a hat. It flakes and disguises my dandruff. There is tons of shedding at work (where I am now).

sloth said...

MM!

http://edwardwinkleman.blogspot.com/

hammy said...

hi Slothy! Hurray!

sloth said...

Hi Hammy! EdWink is great. Everyone should go see the Joe Fig show at Plus Ultra... it rocks very hard.

pd said...

Thank you Lupis and Hams. I feel better now.

YAY for MM's relics!!!

hammy said...

I am looking forward to seeing that show as well. I haven't been to the forest for a while. In hiding under slabs and rocks. Can't wait to see the MM show!

pd said...

I am collecting moss, Hams. It is a terrible condition.

hammy said...

I know pd. It can be very alienating. There are mushrooms growing between my fingers and my mouth is foamy. I want beer.

fairy butler said...

hi! this post on mm's work is such a fun find for my return to beige today. Congrats to MM for the show being done! the classes being done. most excellent. clear skies for the future.

whipit said...

hammy i want a cream shack shoved up my rump and a beer bong upside down. will you party with me?

hammy said...

yes I will Whipit. Gladly. Are you open to interpretive dance? The two can be joined in a joyful noise.

krixfort said...

Whipit, you sound like my type. Please save me. I am being drawn and quartered today.

coin toss said...

why krixy?

Anonymous said...

Does it shut up? Does it please shut up? Ever? Shut up?

anonymous2 said...

anonymous, it sounds like you are blowing your stack. Maybe you should take a valium.

Anonymous said...

I promise, it never shuts up, and has issues with the truth.

Pig Snout said...

It can't shut up, it is amortizing. It has issues with not knowing what's what. It hurts in the shit end.

Frogs said...

There is no possible fruition to the palpable yearnings of rocks in the puddle. The rocks will sit stare and want, never change. It is a misapprehension to assume otherwise, there must be a rock acceptance or nothing at all.

Anonymous said...

I am sitting and waiting.

Anonymous said...

The throat is a death mobile.

Dead said...

I miss sleep.

Gortex said...

MM, MM, MM, MM, MM, MM, MM, MM, MMM

Anonymous said...

Rocks reduplicate but remain themselves; it is true. It is only by sitting with the rock, it is only through material connection, rock to rock, skin to shale, swaddling cloth to granite wall, that all does not fly into abstraction. A rock is a rock is a rock, but it is true.