Monday, June 30, 2008

The Dog Days of San Onofre

In time, one becomes oblivious to the constants in ones environment.
Remember that scene from the Blues Brothers where Jake inquires of Elwood about the train that roars by a few feet from Elwood’s apartment?
Jake: How often does the train go by?
Elwood: So often you won't even notice it.

For those of you who go to San Onofre often, this scene of a few surfers and the gentle sound of the waves will be common to you. For the rest of you, you’ll notice something else.

6 comments:

just listening carefully said...

Sounds like Murphy, Pretzel, and all those Point kooks who are always whining and howling about something.

impacted colon said...

Sitney Carton Jr.Esq. Est., you're angering those Point folk no end. They want comments about that nonexistant Point, not howling animals.

Spin Evans said...
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comment deleted said...

screw the Point, we want howling dogs with magma drool.

Shotzy Shaffer said...

you can bet your sweet ass that was archy goin right

i shit you not. said...

God bless the Department of State Parks. Who else would turn a beach into a giant liter box?

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