Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Live your desires through me, my friends...


Okay, so maybe they are not strong desires...

But, think back to high school. How many opportunities did you have to stand on a desk or run in the halls and not get in trouble?

Enjoy!

(My plan was to take many more pics doing things that were against the rules. I never got around to it. I guess if you consider the fact that we have uniforms here and I am not wearing one, thats 3 rules I am breaking)

34 comments:

bigsip said...

That's awesome! You're my hero!

Now, I'm coming to visit and we're gonna smoke in the boys' room!

mullinz8 said...

Yes, Jamison I think you have moved into hero status.

Actually just seeing that hot young body running and looking so in control from atop that desk makes me want to get you a glass of ice water and some dark chocolate and spend a little smoking time on the porch with you!

Jamison said...

i will leap for joy (nakedly of course) should you join me for a smoke.

Jamison said...

FYI, new dream posted on my blog. It was a fuzzy dream, and kind of normal (For me anyway).

TheComputerLady said...
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TheComputerLady said...

Crap. I posted a comment but then I deleted it by mistake. I am filled with idiocy.

Jamison, you are mad, mad man filled with crazy power.

And I forwarded the post of you divested of your clothing whilst leaping for joy to my sister in Boston. She was gleefully excited. She will bring it to work for show-and-tell. She is the asst. director of a schizophrenic facility so perhaps this might spark a trend with her patients. Maybe a new form of therapy. Bed Leaping Starkers.

bigsip said...

LOL!

Computer Lady is in the house! Jamison will rue the day he posted the naked pics.

At least he was edited for content.

Jamison said...

Yeah, computer lady is a nut... but i hear her sister is even more insane... so I am scared...

TheComputerLady said...

Mwuhh-huh-huh...the beauty of Photoshop is what one might possibly add to, say, some nudie pictures instead of a black bar.

Jamison flying with a pineapple.
Jamison attacked by a poodle.
Jamison modeling flexible panties

So many options...

Jamison said...

Id like a photoshop junky to put deadly spikes on the bed or something... make the jump even more death-defying.

or is it depth-defying?

Ladies and gentlemen, you have witnessed history before your very eyes. The computer lady has spoken twice in one day.... in one month even. All while home schooling 3 children.

Rachel said...

You know, Jamison, I could do that Photoshopping, but I really don't think I want to have that picture on my screen for any extended amount of time.

bigsip said...

I've thought about using it as a screen saver, but then I came back to reality.

TheComputerLady said...

Spikes would be lovely, especially since your face looks like the star of a toothpaste commercial. “Try Sparkling Sparkle. It’s minty fresh!”

P.S. I am actually only home schooling two of the three. Thomas wants to play football next year as a ninth grader. He was a pee-on for the last two years and feels all if nothing else, he should get to make seventh-graders smell his armpits for awhile. Then I think he’ll be home.

Jamison said...

Had to "LOL" at the following image:

A tooth paste commercial. Some cheesy, canadian-sounding tune in the background with some overly emotional man/woman singing praises about the toothpaste. Kind of like the Mentos commercials, or Extra Sugar-Free Gum.

Me, walking around town, in a business suit, not looking very happy and making it seem as though the reason is becuase I forgot to brush my teeth.

Scene change to my bathroom. Me in boxer shorts and tee shirt, starting to bruch my teeth. Mood lightening.

I lean down to spit, and when I raise up, I have an insane grin on my face and my eyes look to the bed.

The song climaxes (no pun intended) and I am seen leaping onto the bed nakedly, and the commercial freezes with me in midair (as seen from the blog pics). Then the toothpaste logo is spalshed on the screen. and the words "Approved by the ADA" in small letters at the bottom.

bigsip said...

We could replace the black box with the toothpaste logo...It'd be perfect!

Jamison said...

I hath provided...

see pics here:

http://jamisonb.blogspot.com/

bigsip said...

VERY funny!

Brewster said...

The man literally creates a profile for one simple joke.

She's got the cutest little hard drive that you've ever seen, she's an internet....DREAAAM.

Computer lady...yeah.

TheComputerLady said...

Could you please add a giant sparkle to your front tooth? The sparkle that goes "ting", if you please.

That would complete my vision. And this year's Christmas card.
"Stay Fresh. Love, The Langleys"

Computer Lady...I should come up with a new name since I don't really do that anymore.

bigsip said...

What do you do, now?

I recall the days of yesteryear when all us boys tried to make up computer problems just to come by your office.

Ah, those were the days!

TheComputerLady said...

Okay, Jamison told me you guys did that but I thought he was exaggerating a bit. Sadly, my recollection of those years is a bit hazy. Too many hippies living in ones home = hazy memory. I still cannot believe I made it five years at that place without being fired. Okay, technically I WAS fired at the end but I made it up TO that point…

What do I do now? Mostly I care for my three children and as Jamison mentioned, I just began homeschooling my two youngest. I am riddled with ADD so this is a major undertaking. So far my goal is just to remember to HAVE school and as of yet, we’re moving on up like the Jeffersons. My husband travels on business every week so we're on our own except for the weekends. I also do some work for our church. And in my spare time (which is when I pee or decide sleeping is optional) I write. I'm working on a collection of essays and have a friend who is helping me with some publishing contacts…if I can ever get a good chunk of the essays finished.

I guess saying I don't EVER do computer work isn't entirely true. I still get sucked into fixing the odd computer now and then, when my husband forgets the oath of silence of made him take ("NEVER, NEVER tell people I used to fix computers. Swear it.”[IOCANE. I BET MY LIFE ON IT – who can name that movie reference?]). For some reason, all the old people in our church bring me every broken electronic device they own (cameras, VCRs, clocks, blenders). I told my husband to tell people I used to be a blacksmith. But then I guess I'll be forging anvils for our neighbors...

That was probably a much LONGER answer then you cared for.

mullinz8 said...

Princess Bride, "Anybody want a peanut!"

Jamison said...

Yester-year I'd talked with heather on the phone for 20 minutes and thought I was gonna die on the spot a happy man, afterwards I would take stubbs out and we smoked a cigar in celebration.

Today, i talk with heather on the phone maybe an average of .5 times a year, most of which she is in her huge SUV driving over curbs and doing 3-point turns in the middle of the interstate. If I were to die after talking to heather now, I would die a very confused and disoriented man...

Home-school lady; my friend bigsip here writes also.

Brew, I didnt create that profile for the pics, its been there. It is now my dream journal, which I have to add a new one on it tonight!

TheComputerLady said...

Omigosh, you did NOT do that?!?!

Diana said...

Who's computer lady?

Jamison said...

an old friend to some of us, a mysterious, unattainable mythical creature to others...

Brewster said...

Computer lady was one of the original IT folks at Faulkner. She was quite attractive and mysterious. She became quite the lustful object around a few of us, namely Jamison.

Why she is suddenly a figure around this blog is another matter all together.

bigsip said...

Computer Lady!

Come back!

I need your publishing contacts!

I've been writing, well, since I could write. I'd say I've been writing seriously for 4 years now.

I had an idea for a novel when I was at Faulkner. After a few false starts, I finally wrote the thing.

It's an historical fiction novel titled Runaway Swimmer. Check it out at www.runawayswimmer.com

I finished another one title The Tower Quail, too, but I'm still editing it.

Now, I'm working on another one called The Dreamer Within, but I just started it.

Anyway, it's HARD to get published.

I've had several manuscript requests and even had publishers tell me they like the book. Then they tell me it would be hard to market and that's that.

Hopefully, you'll have an easier time with an inside line! Best of luck and send them my way if you get your book sold!

Jamison said...

an explanation of her appearance is simple:

Through the year, I have learned much about heather's sense of humor. It is very much in line with most of us.

The shocking and socially unacceptable things in life also make her bust out laughing. If she were at a funeral of one of her friends, seeing her take the body out of the casket to do a final irish jig with the body would not surprise me in the least.

so when a few funnies come about, I reference her through an email to the blog (happened twice). Also, when we have out once-or-twice a year email conversation and she asks "whats been up", I find typing my last year out is tiring, so I refer to the blog.

Were she someone else, id never tell her about this blog, but she is... ummm, different, shall we say? And can handle most anything covered in this blog.

But fear not, she has 3 minutes of spare time a day, she probably just glances.

Brewster said...

Hilarious. Computer Lady, I'm sorry if I've sounded uninterested to you. I honestly thought it was an obscure joke jamison was making. As in he created your profile and was posting as you to get us boys going.

And then I got irritated because he kept the joke up long after it ceased being funny.

Turns out your real. So, um HI. And welcome to our little chunk of cyberspace.

bigsip said...

I can't believe you thought Computer Lady was created by Jamison. He doesn't write like her at all.

But, Jamison has done some crazy stuff (see the pics!) so I can sorta see how you'd think that.

Brewster said...

Realize I haven't heard from CL in like ten years. I didn't think there was a way in the world she would come to our blog, not realizing Jamison still communicated with her.

And that she would choose a moniker that happened to be our nick name for her after all these years seemed preposterous.

It did seem like a joke that Jamison would create. Honestly, I stopped reading her remarks after a couple because the joke got old. In my mind it was jamision pretending to be her and making up little tidbits of her life, that just wasn't funny as a joke.

Ok, so the reality is it is CL telling us real bits about her life, that still isn't funny, but it is much more interesting.

Actually, maybe it IS funny, but in a much different way.

bigsip said...

You're funny, Brew.

Diana said...

Oh.
ok.