Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Seymour #22

We heard from Seymour’s pebbles last week. They all seem to be doing well outside the influence of dear old Rocky Dad and encourage him to do better.

But on to the problems in California.

Attorney Clay Feet has filed a complaint with the California Commission on Judicial Performance claiming that Judge Jeremy Sandstone should have rock walled himself from all issues pertaining to Seymour and Element by extension of his relationship with Julia. Our Attorney has gotten the FBI to agree to not prosecute us for the online gambling of Element, but are still doing a rocky forensic analysis of the various computers in the home. I fear we still have El Capitan to climb on that side.

Meanwhile Atty C. Feet has made a side deal with Guido for Element’s gambling debts. He has agreed to work for the Pebble Beach Golf Gambling Corporation “Cathedral Spires” in exchange for relief of debt. Guido picked him up this morning and they are off to Monterey. We have asked that we be able to come get him in time to return to Das Skunk at the appointed return time. We are not sure what his assignment will be, but we think he will be assigned to sit on pebbles to fuse them into larger rocks for the festive fence being built. We did have to agree to pay his room and board. We have a semi-truck load of peanuts and hay being delivered as we speak.

For those of you who have asked, Mary Granite is doing better. She and Seymour seem to be settling in nicely. Seymour has asked that she move into our home with him. Oh Lord, will this never end?

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  1. So...Seymour hasn't told Mary that he's taking her for granite and leaving soon? *Bad Seymour*

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    1. No he hasn't told her. I'm sure there will be issues surrounding this when he leaves. He'll probably sneak out of the state just to not have to tell her. :)

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  2. Hopefully Element won't be sneaking off to place more bets while he's supposed to be working

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    1. So far he's doing what he is supposed to do. I think he's very scared of Guido. :)

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  3. Poor Mary. It seems the good girls almost always fall for the guys who are a bit on the bad side.

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    1. Seymour is a bad boy for sure and it appears that's what Mary likes. :)

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  4. I cannot bear dishonest rocks "wags finger @ Seymour #BadSeymour

    Have a rocktastic day Sandee ;-(

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    1. #BadSeymour indeed. :)

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  5. If technical support for the home computers was provided by Clinton Computers Inc., there can only be more trouble on the horizon.

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    1. Oh I hope this isn't the case. I'll be in prison before the week is out. :)

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  6. I'm really enjoying this ditty about Seymour and his friends. Good job.

    Have a boulderistic ( crazy word ) Tuesday Sandee & Zane. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. I'm glad you finally get Seymour. He's complicated and again he's got a one track mind. :)

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  7. This is better than a soap opera :)

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    1. Yes it is. Seymour and Element keep us very busy. :)

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  8. I think it is more like a Lifetime movie with sequels.

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    1. You're right on the money. :)

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  9. Oh my COD, This is all way too funny. Sounds good that Pebbles is going to be fused into larger rocks to make a nice fence. So good to hear from all the rocks.

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    1. Yes, it was good to hear from all his babies. They appear to be doing well. :)

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  10. Sounds like a great live movie!

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    1. Yes, I'm pretty sure this would make a movie and then some. :)

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  11. I love following along with this story. Great job!!

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    1. Thanks Michelle. These two are so fun. :)

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  12. Don't let her in!!! I think you already have your hands full with enough blockheads....

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    1. Too late, she has already moved in. :)

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  13. This made me think that I actually have a pet rock I made sitting in my old closet at my Mom's house... funny where your mind can go. It even has googly eyes.

    You are very clever with your puns - my Dad would have especially liked this!

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    1. We've had some great fun with Seymour over the years. Now there is Element to have fun with too. :)

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  14. Way too funny!!! Thank you so much, dear Sandee. :)

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    1. Pretty soon I'll pack them both up and head to the UPS store. You should see the looks I get when I send a rock someplace. :)

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  15. this is an hysterically funny post- it rocks!

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    1. We are a silly bunch aren't we. We like it too. :)

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  16. Maybe you could introduce Seymour to a nice cave that he could move in to and take all his troubles with him.

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    1. I don't think his dad will allow that. He'll be heading back to Colorado in a few weeks. It's a though though, perhaps his dad will consider doing just that. :)

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