Sunday, September 11, 2005

We Interrupt Your Regular Blog Reading...

With FEMA News:

Attention FEMA District IX Inhabitants!!

It has come to my attention our acting FEMA director for the IX’s district has a degree in Recreation Administration.

In the event of a disaster, please report to the shelter nearest you and bring your craft supplies!

A complete schedule of activities will be posted, but here are a few examples:

Day One:
0900: Bobbing for water bottles
1000: Sandwich making for the multitudes
1100: How to crochet that sleeping bag
1200: Diaper changing without diapers
1300: Meet 25,000 of your neighbors
1400: Macramé a complete outfit change
1500: Duct tape decoupage
1600: Rubberstamping those FEMA forms
1700: How to spice up those MREs
1800: Candle making with earwax
1900: Making Mosaics with Grandma’s china
2000: Singing H-E-L-P to music (similar to Y-M-C-A)
2100: Jewelry tools as self-defense
2200: Knitting a 6-man tent
2300: Earplugs for dummies
0000: Creative hygiene

10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

CountryGal! Dude, you've got me linked! I will do likewise, I am just really really lazy about linking.

Lisa

9/11/05, 6:59 PM  
Anonymous Becky said...

Oh, CG...you crack me up! This is great! LOL
Becky

9/11/05, 8:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cuddo's CG. You're obviously up on your research all right. It's easy these days to criticize many people and decisions. How about a few positive words on something. How about some supportive attitute on anything. You're evidently an intelligent dudette ~ try using that ability in the opposite direction; negative to positive. We all need a little of that these days.

9/12/05, 6:10 AM  
Blogger CountryGirl said...

LOL Anon, you are confusing satire with negativity. And, yes--I am up on my research.

9/12/05, 9:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LOL CG, 'satire' is mockery, ridicule, sarcasm, etc, which is my point. No matter, I see it's no use.

9/12/05, 10:32 AM  
Blogger CountryGirl said...

Definition of satire (noun)
novel or play that uses humor or irony to expose folly.

If by 'no use' you think I'm going to change my blog entry to praise FEMA then you're correct.

Have a great one!

9/12/05, 10:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No way praise FEMA. How did you jump from our exchange to there?

9/12/05, 11:30 AM  
Blogger Stevie said...

This is hysterical! We need some humor after all the sadness and horror.

9/14/05, 12:01 AM  
Blogger Ronni said...

Ha! Hilarious!

9/15/05, 5:52 AM  
Anonymous Sandi said...

LOVE it!!! You go girl!!

4/4/06, 8:55 PM  

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