Have some blog payola

The Valleywag figured us out. We’re controlling bloggers just by flying them to Redmond. Your mind is under our control. (Insert evil laugh here). Oh, sorry, got a little out of control. Blame it on the payola I just got. Hanging out here with about 10 geeks. I’m well pickled. Sat in the hot tub for more than an hour. My fingers are all wrinkly.

Anyway, I’m under Laurent’s mind control. Oh, now Euan Semple, who works for the BBC is trying to control my mind (he’s sitting on the floor right in front of me and writes a blog titled “the obvious”). Resist! Resist! There is no way I’m gonna do the “four things” thing. No way. No how. Heh.

At least not until someone gives me some of that blog payola!! Heck, I even had to carry my own bag into this shindig. Heh. And while sitting in a hot tub in the moonlight with five other geeks is a spiritual experience you still gotta run across the snow back to the house. Damn that’s cold.

Comments

  1. I find that walking in snow bare foot is less of a problem if my feet are dry. Generally if it is nice and cold, well below freezing, the snow will not melt much if you keep moving. It is the wet that really draws the cold away. So when you get out of the hot tub dry your feet off before heading back to the house.

  2. I find that walking in snow bare foot is less of a problem if my feet are dry. Generally if it is nice and cold, well below freezing, the snow will not melt much if you keep moving. It is the wet that really draws the cold away. So when you get out of the hot tub dry your feet off before heading back to the house.