Put tape on his face:
Put his hood on:
Made a funny face:
Put thumbtacks in his mouth:
Made another funny face:
Put thumbtacks in his coffee cup:
Played with tape again:
Back to the cup:
Realized he’s being spoken to:
Pretended to think:
Back to the cup and the tape:
Actually took a note:
Applied the tape and cup to his body:
Was proud of himself:
Took off his sweatshirt:
Got sleepy, put his head on the table:
Waved at someone:
Perused the bulletin board behind him:
Checked phone, found nothing:
Made inappropriate signs on his phone:
Showed Mark, and Mark shut it down:
Posted by jkvill1 on August 23, 2012
Posted by jkvill1 on August 21, 2012
My neighbor wrote me a letter complaining about my wind chime, and I thought the only proper course of action was to take the matter very seriously… by writing a response and posting it to the internet.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Did you really send that letter?
A: No, I did not. That would not be very zen. I prefer to make fun of him behind his back on the internet.
Q: Does Jason live in your building?
A: No, he lives about 100 yards away. See supporting materials above.
Q: Does your wind chime make a lot of noise?
A: No, I almost never hear it. Although it did ring quite a bit during Hurricane Irene last year, so I took it down until she passed.
Q: Is this the first time Jason has complained about your wind chime?
A: No. He wrote me the same letter three years ago. I installed the duct-tape silencer and wrote him a letter back explaining that I could still hear wind chimes and they are not mine.
Q: Did you really release the neighbor’s dogs?
A: Of course not.
Q: Did you really mail muzzles to neighbors who have children?
Q: What kind of bell is that?
A: It’s a Cosanti bell.
Q: Have you ever met Jason?
A: No thank you.
Q: Do you think Jason is peering at your house through binoculars?
A: Possibly. I hope he enjoys the show.
Posted by jkvill1 on June 26, 2012