Thursday, July 23, 2009

Avoid my house

Avoid this area

Yes. Avoid my house. I'm not sure why the Plain Dealer is so certain that my house should be avoided, but that's clearly what they are saying.

Oh. They mean that whole area, not just my house, as they seem to indicate. Even worse.

10 comments:

Cookbook said...

But I *like* coming over to play with Everett!

Jayne said...

And why are they advising us to avoid that area??

Christopher Busta-Peck said...

Obama was at Shaker Heights High School talking about his health care plan. Many of the roads were blocked off, high security, etc.

I just found the graphic, unexplained, to be priceless.

Why S? said...

Thanks for the map. We'll all be over this weekend. We've never taken the Plain Dealer's advice seriously.

Mary Beth said...

"Avoid this area. Trespassers will be put to hard labor."

Christine said...

I used to live AND work in the shaded area. I would have had a hard time avoiding it. But I totally would have, for hazard pay.

Christopher Busta-Peck said...

Why S? - promise?

Why S? said...

Ha! Well, maybe not this weekend. Stupid chores. But now that we know where you are, you never know when we may pay a visit.

Christopher Busta-Peck said...

Fair enough. Although, really, if you were a better stalker, you'd have my address already. It's easy enough to locate from the existing information on my blog.

As a note to you and all the other guests who may soon be descending upon Chez Bustafeltz, I prefer beer to wine or hard liquor - local and microbrews especially.

Christopher Busta-Peck said...

Mary Beth, these days, I wouldn't require much hard labor. Heck, I'd be happy to just have someone keep me company while I worked on the house. I know that that sounds like a trap, but really, I mean it. Just sit around and have a beer or two, so that I don't become too distracted from the task at hand.