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Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Questions most commonly asked of the Laskos while in Washington, DC:

1) Are you here for the cherry blossoms?
2) Have you seen the cherry blossoms?

Questions most commonly asked of the Laskos upon returning home (from DC):

1) Were the cherries blossoming?
2) Did you see the cherry blossoms?

I have been to DC 3 times, and all 3 times the cherries were indeed blossoming. I do not know what DC looks like without cherry blossoms...


PS: The caption for these photos was going to read: "What our nation's capital would look like if the apes were running things", but I would have to look up whether it should be "capital" or "capitol", and that takes too much time. Also, I do not want anyone to know that I saw the Planet of the Apes remake.

PPS: I don't think I saw Planet of the Apes in the theater, if that counts for anything. Also, Danny Elfman wrote the score; that's reason enough to see a movie, no? Also, also: I'm a huge Mark Wahlberg fan.

4 comments:

Sarah said...

Funny - I think the most frequently asked questions (for the days you were in our house) were:

1) More wine?
2) Can you grab the baby before he... (plummets down the stairs, breaks the front window, attacks the dog)?

Infinity Assembly #261 said...

It's capitol. How can you not know your homophones?

Michael Lasko said...

Sarah:

1) My body has developed a massive wine deficiency in the last few days.

2) Any damage to the baby was most certainly Nico's fault.

Infinity Assembly #261:

1) Are you kidding? I am the Bethump'd Master ...nobody yet has challenged my title.

2) Did you get some crazy Masonic blog that you're not sharing with anybody?

3) Is your crazy Masonic blog full of rantings about service and public schooling?

4) What's the address of your crazy Masonic blog?

Michael Lasko said...

Ha, I have found your top secret, crazy Masonic blog.

I have an important question: How can a website acknowledge allegiance?

This website acknowledges allegiance to the Supreme Assembly, International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, whose seat of authority is in McAlester, Oklahoma, U.S.A., of which Reverend W. Mark Sexson was the founder, Mrs. Marie Renda, Illinois, U.S.A is Supreme Worthy Advisor and Mrs. Sara Lee Martin is Supreme Deputy in California.