Tuesday, March 07, 2006

An Appeal to the Internauts of CYZG

To: all those having an IP within the subnet of 69.71.80.###
Subject: Bandwidth is no longer an issue: use your keyboard!!!


I can understand your trepidation about leaving comments on this site, but I promise all remarks, especially those understandibly praising my erudition and perspicacity will be answered in a timely and appreciative manner.

But, as Jesus once said: "A prophet is not without honor, save in his own country (Matthew 13:57)" - or home town, it seems. In other words, I get more fucking traffic from the good citizens of Mumbai than you lot.

So be brave, feel at home, tungasiviit tungasuriit, and add a little something to this humble journal. Just relax and let it flow. Even write in Inuttitut if that helps, and I will get my autotranslating McIntosh to reply in kind, at no extra charge.

Just don't use my proper name, or ye'll be soon sleeping with the sculpins!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Nanuk
Great Blog still waiting to see and read Future posts of the dreaded honey bucket. I recall the acute smell of the pine sol mixed with the bag of crap. So I wonder what it would've been like if we took the road of the bonobos. Make love not war interesting but I don't think it would work with guys. lol

9:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Nanuk
I forgot in the last post, I think your trying to say tungasuriit, in the 3rd paragraph.

9:59 AM  
Blogger nanuk said...

Anonymous - thanks for the spelling tip. I asked my children how to spell or pronounce it, and this is as close as I could get.

You'd think these kids would get a decent education in their mother tongue. What's wrong with KSB?

11:33 AM  
Anonymous oldtimer said...

Only the Govt. employees were supplied with the exotic pine sol. The locals had to contend with Mist O Van the basic odor killing , without the exquisite scent of pine sol

3:32 PM  
Blogger nanuk said...

oldtimer How could I have forgotten about Mist-O-Van? I guess once you get the Pine-Sol into your veins it erases memories of all inferior substitutes.

Thanks, for the memories.

3:38 PM  
Blogger L said...

uh... nice fish

9:30 PM  
Blogger nanuk said...

Stupid fish too. Apparently tastes a bit like lobster, but I can't by that face to ever try it. Some people here like them, tho'.

11:13 PM  

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