Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Weathering the Storm

The lines are open here at Infomaniac...



Let us know if you're high, dry and accounted for.

Doubtless, some Bitches are without power and cannot comment but if you've heard anything from them at all, let us know.

We have it on good authority that the artiste known as kabuki zero is safe after an unfortunate event...

54 comments:

  1. I'm worried about Herr Mago and the Franconian snow.

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    1. Any word yet from Herr Mago, Von LX?

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  2. I've heard that there are fires in Australia?
    Sx

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    1. Look at the end of a fire hose and you’ll probably find our Prinny.

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    1. There’s a comedian in every crowd, isn’t there, Jon?

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  4. this wasn't the first time kabooki's been impaled.

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    1. Your mousse will have fallen flat in this weather, won’t it, Norma?

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    2. my oven is convection and my frigidaire's hyperbaric.

      that mousse ain't going nowhere.

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    1. I didn’t know were AWOL, Mr. Peewee.

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    2. Yeah, but I've since had the sights adjusted...
      *runs*

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    3. What are you smoking, Ms. Nations?

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    4. Just about everyone! I'm in the lead!! Thank you Lance Armstrong!!!*injects more powdered monkey nuts*

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  6. Some vicious children did not like kabuki's trick or treat candy. Candied chicken liver is just the thing for the young ones. Repairs are under way, and the new electric fence will be divine.

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    1. kabuki: So you are preparing confectionery for the Kitchen Queen Contest?

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  7. Hope all the bitches are safe and accounted for!

    Frankenstorm's shit got real.

    They've just got to do everything bigger and more dramatic in the US!

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    1. I believe that doing things bigger and more dramatic is written into their Constitution, Miss Roses.

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  8. I'm so glad I missed the storm, so far, a few drops of rain & some gusty winds...

    A nice break from NYC & Florida.

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    1. We’ve seen what you’ve been getting up to down there come rain or come shine, Wally!

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  9. Branches strewn, but I'm not flooded and I have power.
    And vodka.
    My neighbor wasn't as lucky .... massive Weeping Willow tree took out his fence.

    I hope all the bitches are safe, warm & dry!
    Be on guard mistress, what's left of Sandy is heading your way!

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    1. Yes, it’s heading my way!

      *panics*

      Pass the vodka!

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    2. Sacrifice a ripe Camembert to the lord of the maples! Grab thee a hyssop and whap your lintels with the whey of a newborn Cheddar! Maybe the storm (which, by the time it reaches Canada will amount to what we here refer to as a gentle rain) will pass you by! Sheesh, Canada.

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    3. Well, to be honest, they once DID call in the army during a snowstorm in Toronto.

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    4. Canada has an army?
      *continues running*

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  10. BITCHES: Anyone heard from Cookie or Mistress Maddie yet?

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  11. And has anyone heard from Thombeau?

    Officials in Chicago are warning residents to stay away from the lakefront.

    Let's hope he's wearing his water wings!

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  12. I am indeed wearing my water wings! However, at present I'm about 35 miles outside of the city, camped out in my bunker, living on Space Food Sticks and Spam. Thanks for your concern!

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    1. THOM: I was concerned that you were out there in your petticoat with your parasol turned inside out by a gust of wind.

      Would you like some Tang with your Space Food Sticks?

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    1. I'd love to know what THIS was.

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    2. Apparently his meds had kicked in buy then. They can do wonders for the old thing.

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    3. I was gonna say something about someone probably needing a Petersons' Guide to identify said 'tang, but never mind.

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  14. I'm fairly safe although my new shelves are threatening to fall down from shoddy handy work. Bless.

    I saw the hotel I stayed at in NYC last year on Park Ave is closed because they don't have power. Scary stuff! Hope you're all safe and accounted for.

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    1. Welcome back yet again, CyberPoof!

      Is this your comeback tour?

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  15. The Bitch of Baltimore checking in. Everything is lovely, really. Considering that this storm came inland about sixty miles from us, and then dropped down over us and then left, we're fine. No damage to to the house, cars or small dogs. Power back on. All is right with the world.

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    1. COOKIE: And I’m thankful you got your recipe in on time!

      And I’m glad to hear that you and your hubby are fine….and your little dog too!

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  16. There's a slight drizzle here. But then there always is. Jx

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    1. JON: Drizzle?

      Well, there’s always “drivel” on Infomaniac but you Bitches keep coming back nonetheless!

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    2. Drizzle is a national symbol here in the UK...

      Drivel, on the other hand, appears to be a pastime that spans many continents :-)

      Jx

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    3. And then there's dribble.

      But that's only when we post nekkid mens.

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  17. Venturing here for the first time since I detected some semblance of caring from you, MJ. And, I must say, the amount of smut I had to view while scrolling down the page to the "Reply" box was astounding, and makes Super Storm Sandy look positively flaccid! If you must know, I am fine, just "gently swallowed" up by Sandy, and turning and marching out of this den, and hope that I can wipe the images from my brain in time to serve creamed soup to the less fortunate on Halloween, Bitches.
    "Hai Wally. Don't hang out too long here, Sweetie. MJ's lair is fraught with hardness."

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    1. MARGARET: Welcome to Infomaniac!

      It's about TIME you came over to the dark side.

      I'm pleased that after much scrolling, you were able to locate my box.

      So Sandy swallows rather than spits?

      Anyhoo, cum again Margaret!

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    2. No creamed Halloweenis soup for you!

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    3. MARGARET: Judging by your use of two different avatars, I’m assuming you’re dressed as a shape-shifter this Hallowe’en.

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  18. Damn that was cryptic. What we need here is a Frenchman with the ability to translate from the *ahem* Greek.

    ...and see, I got it. Nobody else did, but I did. I am that good. Cryptic? BAH IS WHAT I SAY. Two can play at this game. En garde!! *leaps around on furniture brandishing a pepperoni*

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    1. Put DOWN that pepperoni, Ms. Nations!

      Have you forgotten that Canada has an ARMY?

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