Thursday, January 10, 2013

"CLOSE, BUT ...

 ... No Cigar - er, Snow.  Keep it up in those hills and Mt. Baker where it belongs."  -  RG the Relieved.  (Lots of logging goes on up there - see the clear cuts?  Ugly but they grow back quite quickly.)

"I'm on the inside of the door - good, but I don't find any treats - bad."  -  The Princess - the Judge.

13 comments:

Friend of the Animals said...

Might snow tomorrow. Yikes.

bunnits said...

Beautiful. And Mt. Baker isn't bad, either.

speedyrabbit said...

love the view,Princess too!we have our first snow forcasted for sunday...brrrr...chilly

Crafty Green Poet said...

Someone give the Princess a treat!

SixBunnies said...

We could stop all logging if we would just convince some investors to start converting bunny poops to building materials! I'm serious about this. Those little things can withstand all the elements! And, we have an abundance!

SixBunnies said...

Princess, you are the sweetest little precious thing in the world! Your eyes are so gorgeous! I just love you!

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

Alright, RG, is the above SUTTR or not? Lately you seem to be a little more demanding as to what constitutes quality SUTTR or not. And, remember, we are talking about Princess here. Perhaps, it is okay to SUTTP?

Rabbits' Guy said...

Oh, I think it is OK to Praise the Rabbit (PtR?) SUTTR has to include wanting something in return and has a slight connotation of being somewhat less than sincere.

Jade said...

You'd better be getting with the treat-dispensing, RG--hell hath no fury like a Princess without treats.

brandi said...

SUTTR, sycophant, bunny brown noser, an Eddie Haskell:

"Eddie Haskell was the smart-mouthed best-friend of Wally Cleaver. The character, played in the original series by Ken Osmond, has become a cultural reference, recognized as an archetype for insincere sycophants. Ward Cleaver once remarked that "[Eddie] is so polite, it's almost un-American".[1] The archetype became so well known that the term "Eddie Haskell" was adopted into everyday use.
Eddie was known for hiding his shallow and sneaky character. Typically, Eddie would greet his friends' parents with overdone good manners and often a compliment such as, "That's a lovely dress you're wearing, Mrs. Cleaver." However, when no parents were around, Eddie was always up to no good. Eddie's two-faced style was also typified by his efforts to curry favor by trying to talk to adults at the level he thought they would respect, such as referring to their children as Theodore (Beaver's much-disliked given name) and Wallace, even though the parents called them Beaver and Wally."

Rabbits' Guy said...

Hollister: Mr. Lewis? How's it going so far?
Edward: Pretty well, I think. I think we need some major sucking up.
Hollister: Very well, sir. You're… not only handsome, but a powerful man. I could see the second you walked in here, you were someone to reckon with…
Edward: Hollister.
Hollister: Yes, sir?
Edward: Not me. Her.

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I remembered it from Pretty Woman!

Eddie was a great one too.

We're beginning to understand the concept now.

brandi said...

David Spade's underling suck up character in Coneheads...a classic bit of theater, that...

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

Well, I'm glad we have that all cleared up. And, I am delighted to know it is okay to PtR. Excuse me, I have some rabbits I really must go praise. I really do think I get it now, but who could be insincere or conniving with a bunn? Hmmm, I may have to go think about this some more...Any chance of getting Baby Princess side by side with today's picture of grown up Princess? No fancy screens or skills here allowing me to do it myself. She has known you all for along time, and frankly I think she approves. Can you come up with some letters for that? "Impossible" is not an option.