Welcome, but hurry up and get into the nest!!!
Pretty nice, eh? Only the best hay. Us Bald Eagles are picky.
Plenty of guest rooms...see the little holes over there? Make yourselves at home.
Oh yeah, the TV's being worked on... should be ready soon. It's tough making a reliable Plasma set complete with satellite dish that'll fit on the skinniest branch at the top of a pine tree.
I wasn't gonna open to the public yet, but I had this burning question that needed answering as soon as possible. It's really bugging me...
When I take a nap (and I've been under the weather lately, so that's been often), I just kick my shoes off, take my P-3AT and holster from my pocket, and haul the covers over myself.
Upon awakening, as I get up, arrives the mystery:
When you sit on the edge of the bed and cross your ankle over your knee to put your shoe on... what do you do if you've picked up the wrong shoe for that foot?
I mean, you can't bend over without putting both feet on the floor again...
Is is worth really THINKING about BEFORE you pick up the shoe and begin the process... or should you not worry about it, just plant both feet back down, and pick up the other shoe? Or, just cross the OTHER foot over and use the shoe you're already holding?
Seems like we've got three choices here.
I'm stumped. I've tried all three methods.
What's the best, least time consuming one? Or calorie consuming one?
It's questions like this that give real meaning to life, and help shed light on the mysteries of the Universe.