f/k/a archives . . . real opinions & real haiku

August 17, 2005

“assembly agita”

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 4:05 pm

Although most of our dads were quite handy around

the house, a lot of my Italo-American male friends

are tool-challenged — as are my law colleagues.  So,

I was a little surprised that the phrase “assembly agita

yielded no results in a Google search.  This post is

meant to cure that oversight.  [I think I’ll throw in

assembly angst,” too.]

 

The subject was on my mind, because my twin  computer weary

brother came home yesterday from a colonoscopy

(with good results, thank you) to find that the brand

new computer system had arrived for his at-home

law office.  Being a solo with no staff, setting up his

computer will be his sole responsibility — unless his

(much more handy) spouse has mercy on him.  He’s

also switching from dial-up to DSL.   You don’t have

to have twinnie telepathy to feel a bit of empathy for

his plight.

 

Good luck, Bro’.  I’m three hundred miles away,

and feel better knowing that I’d only be in the way,

if I showed up to “help”.



  • I wish Ann, Eugene, or Michael, would figure

    out a way to assert our constitutional 

    right Peaceably to Assemble. 


 


Naturally, dagosan had a few thoughts on this subject:


 


 







“easy to assemble
I put it back and
grab a teddybear



 

 

 

first night on campus —

mom’s gone 

and the bed’s still in its box

 







 

holy family

 

 

 

setting up the creche —

the Baby’s name

whispered over and over

 

 

 dagosan [Aug. 17, 2005]

 

 

p.s. To my haijin friends:  If you have haiku or senryu to

contribute on this topic, please send them along via the

comment box or email.

 






living in harmony —

sparrows in the eaves also

set up house

 

              ISSA, translated by David G. Lanoue

 

 

No Comments

No comments yet.

RSS feed for comments on this post.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

Powered by WordPress