Friday, January 2, 2009

Have you seen my hammer?

I seem to have misplaced my hammer. I'm not exactly sure when I lost my hammer, some time during the summer, I think. Things just haven't been the same since. It's been difficult to build without my hammer. It's hard to imagine going to work on the Big project at the end of June without my hammer, and it's been so long that I fear I may never get to work with my hammer again. Have you seen my hammer?

My hammer is a special hammer, an Alabama Hammer.

7 comments:

Michael said...

Brian, this is easily your strangest post ever. If you do find your Alabama Hammer, tell him I said hello and I'm curious how he's doing.

Anonymous said...

Dude, you will throw down the hammer at WS in June. Don't sweat it, this is your year.

crowther said...

This entry is a promising movie idea. It would either be animated and rated G, or rated X -- I'm not sure which.

Alison Hanks, LMP said...

I was just wondering about your hammer, since your hammer doesn't appear to be coming to Orcas. It won't be the same without your hammer. You can tell your hammer that if you find him (and I hope you do)

Aaron said...

I think I have what you are looking for. This will take some time to get to as there is no direct link but as a music lover you will find the effort worth it I am sure:
First go here: http://radio3.cbc.ca/
Next click on the "new music Canada" tab, next click on the "artists" tab, next click on the "s" tab. Scroll down to Shotgun Jimmie and select him. Click on "Play all tracks". The first track: "Waste deep in the water" is the one you're looking for. If this doesn't help there is nothing I can do for you; however, I am confident that it will.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, I can't think of a nice way to say this. In many of your posts you convey that you are feeling sorry for yourself. But you have so much that I can't help but wonder where your sense of perspective has gone. Seriously, get your head out of your arse. Maybe you don't have friends in wheelchairs or friends with brain cancer--I have both. It makes you realize what you have and how fearfully quick you can lose it all. They would laugh at your attempts to feel sorry for yourself while you run around on trails in the prime of health. You have all the talent in the world. Make every day count and make it all hang out!

Anonymous said...

Brian...will you please start posting again soon?