Friday, August 2, 2013

Pugicide

I am grieved to announce that on Monday night last., Peter Pugger apparently blew his brains out. It may have been depression from the loneliness he had been suffering this summer. With me working on the house instead of making pots, he hadn't been getting the attention he deserved. I failed in my attempts to revive him, attempting resuscitation by repeatedly hitting his reset button yet he showed no sign of life other than a glowing red STOP button mocking me as the vacuum pump tried to breathe life into him. I implored for his maker to intervene but the reply was that it would require the laying on of hands.. Therefore I have done basic dissection and am sending his head on a round trip to California for a full autopsy and probably a brain transplant. Your good wishes and the USPS will speed him on his way.

10 comments:

  1. I'm sorry for your loss. May the faith healers in CA work a miracle.

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  2. Many regrets. I hope the laying on of CA hands will heal all.

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  3. Just got a used one. Have to chizel out the dried clay in the auger before I can see if it works. I'm right there with ya.

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  4. Just got a used one. Have to chizel out the dried clay in the auger before I can see if it works. I'm right there with ya.

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  5. Oh dear - must send some Reiki healing energy. Hoping for a rapid and complete healing. :-)

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  6. Thanks for the good wishes. So far the folks at PP have been very helpful and willing to talk me through stuff. Cathryn, did you buy the one Todd was selling? If you need a hand let let know.

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  7. Praying for a speedy recovery. I am not sure who I am praying to, but praying all the same.

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  8. Thanks Michele. Hope you and Jeff have a safe and lucrative trip.

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  9. Heal! Heal! I hope there are no handling of snakes going on.

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  10. No snakes but disconnecting all the wiring was like working in a can of worms.

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