Saturday, September 25, 2004

Miss Information is annoyed by doubters

Miss Information knows where the locations of the libraries are, ok? So when she tells you that Happyville Library is at the corner of Sesame St. and Broken Dreams Blvd. don't be telling her that those streets don't intersect. Of course they intersect. That's why they put a library there.

And now a new feature to the blog:
What Miss Information Thought About in Corpse Pose

Miss Information generally enjoys yoga class, and not just because the instructor (Yoga Boy) is so attractive, but she just can't get the hang of Corpse Pose. This is what she was thinking about last night while everyone around her was emptying their minds of thought and achieving total relaxation:

There was this episode of the television show Night Gallery where a fisherman caught a beautiful mermaid in his net and fell in love with her. Their love was doomed, obviously. But then the fisherman strong-armed or blackmailed a gypsy, fairy, genie or something into giving his beloved mermaid human legs. The gypsy (or whatever) granted his wish and the mermaid ended up with a great set of gams...and unfortunately the head of a sturgeon.
They don't make tv shows like that anymore.

She spent the rest of the time thinking about food.


At 4:00 PM, Blogger poet said...

Miss Information, i fear you are a blatant rip off of Miss Manners. You are also depressing:) i beg you, get off the circulation desk and back to cataloging where you could make a worthwhile contribution.

At 2:05 PM, Blogger Cat. said...

Eh? So what, catalogers are depressing? Catalogers are...what exactly? Because see, I'm a cataloger, no, I'm The Cataloger. Lurking. Not depressed.
Vaguely homicidal now, however.

Miss I rocks, although possibly not in Corpse Pose. ;-)

At 9:46 AM, Blogger poet said...

yeah well her cant think of the word to customer service could use a little adjustment.....:)

At 7:31 PM, Blogger Miss Information said...

Miss Information humbly suggests "her *approach* to customer service could use some adjustment".
Anyway, tragically co-workers and patrons regard her customer service skills as excellent. Imagine what that says about her colleagues.

At 7:26 AM, Blogger poet said...

yeah well you are still ripping off miss manners in style and subject matter

At 11:42 AM, Blogger Miss Information said...

Miss Information thinks "homage" is nicer term than "rip off" but she admits you have a point.

At 10:23 PM, Blogger poet said...

thank you.


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