I’ve Got To See a Man About a Goat.


November 17, 2014 by sandwichcontrol

A very small goat.

Happy Wookie Life Day to you, friend!

Yesterday was a good day. I had a good night’s rest and was able to tackle the dreary day with a fistful of energy.

I opted not to worry about my shoyu chicken (which I thought was too salty) and, instead, focused my attention on cleaning up my office (which was a disaster). During the cleaning process, Angie the Queen of Kings swung by the island with the Dude. He had never been here, so I zapped him with the freeze ray.

The Dude.

The Dude.

After that, I headed to my S.A.N.D. meeting for some good times, good friends, good food, and good laughs. It was just what I needed.

I came home to find this gem in my inbox. It is an ad for a rental property:

Rowdy Greek-System-Type Renters Wanted

Possible vacancy coming soon! Check back for date-availability.

Neighbors and City are attempting to chase out engineering students, so we need no more than three unrelated persons to sign the lease. We don’t care how many people visit or how long they stay – just don’t get caught. Must agree to have a goat in the front yard and never to bathe it. (We will provide the goat, food, water, and you won’t have to take care of it or anything. The goat will be equipped with a weather-proof microphone and small speakers. We want to be sure the neighbors can see, hear, and smell the goat.) In the warmer months, we encourage you to make sweet sweet love, loudly, with the windows open. We might provide a microphone and speakers for that, too, if our attorneys approve.

Two beds, one bath, one living area on each of two floors (total: 4 beds, 2 baths, 2 living rooms). Bonus room is plumbed for a wet bar or could be used as a fifth bedroom. Huge fenced backyard features an upstairs covered patio, downstairs deck, hot tub hook-up, and fire pit. Huge oak trees in front and backyards.

Laundry chute from upstairs bathroom to downstairs. All hard surface flooring (wood and tile).

House has parking for six vehicles, but you can walk to campus quicker from this house. Wonderful set-up for students.

I laughed until a little pee came out.

This was also waiting for me in my other inbox:

I really wish they wouldn’t have stopped early. I do have to agree that “One” played on those instruments makes it way more eerie.

That brings us to now. When did we get here? Just now.

I’m off to sweat.

See ya’ tomorrow.

More soon. ~SC


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