Let’s see here…hmmm…alright, I think that I remember how these blog things work again. If I am correct, we had somebody come down to the Otis & James FunCenter for Fun (and sometimes, not for fun, but we try to keep things of that nature at bay, but sometimes the struggle is epic, or epoch, but I don’t know if that word could really work in a situation like this), and then we took some pictographs (which, I’ll have you know, is actually what this new era of ‘Digital Photography’ is going to be called…the days of Photo-graphs have passed us by…perhaps…I am using the ellipsis too much…but I can’t help myself here), and then the person went on their way, and we took their magical and fantastical images and put them onto a computer, and perhaps even a DVD as long as we’re all about their images, and then we shrunk them down to a size that is much nicer for all of the faithful of the blog to view on their home computing devices, and from those new smaller images we then said, “Ah Ha! These are the images that shall be on what we like to call…the blog…(there I go with those ellipsis), and then they are ‘sweeted-up’ (which, as long as I’m having you know about these new technical terms, is what post-production work on images is going to be known as…stick with me, friend, stick with me…((somebody remove the period key from my keyboard)), and then they are put into what is called ‘the internet’, and I’m not even going to explain how that works, because there is a fairly good chance that your mind will expand to the point of just straight near blowing up, and we don’t need that now, do we…ugh…ellipsis, and from there they are grabbed, converted to some lines of code, put into the blog, I put some crazical nonsensical and far from Seusical writing along with these fine, fine images, and then I push a button…albeit a virtual button…I might have a problem with the ellipsis, and the whole world, or at least a small fraction of it will then go to said blog, and look at images which should, if our calculations were correct, bring a sense of warmth to their hearts. Yes. It’s all coming back to me.
Todd, he straight up rocked. We had a great time working with him, and we’d like to give an o&j shoutout to him for taking some time away from his life, and devoting it to us…albeit just a small fraction. Without any further delay, Todd – Enjoy!
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