bring forth the jackhammers

The Mexican at the window is going to put a serious cramp in my nakedness and nakedness-related program activities.

Goodbye sunlight. Who knows when I'll see you again.

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27 Responses:

  1. phreddiva says:

    Once I moved into a ground-floor unit I had to completely change my wandering-around style.
    /sigh

  2. recursive says:

    Maybe if you expose yourself enough in front of the window, they will be too scared to finish the construction of the building which is to block out the sun.

    Or maybe the sun will go supernova, which would solve the problem just as well, I guess.

  3. cmdrmoocow says:

    I don't understand the caption or the picture. It's also a bit dark for me to see.

    Help?

  4. zhixel says:

    Have you ever had that dream Smithers? Where they fly in through the window?

  5. tfofurn says:

    So the parking lot is getting taller? Do you have any idea what's going in?

  6. jwz says:

    I'm tempted to steal his drill. It's just sitting there, right within reach, taunting me.

    Oh damn, he just came back to get it.

  7. ey6es says:

    I work in your building (for Michael Bayne/Three Rings Design). I'd take Mexicans in the window over shrieking drills and strange chemical smells any day, but maybe I'm just not industrial enough.

  8. baconmonkey says:

    you should move some of your mannequins to the window. Change their position when he's away from the window.

    perhaps stage power-tool accidents with them.

  9. The Mexican at the window is going to put a serious cramp in my nakedness and nakedness-related program activities.

    Try a Guatemalan and see if that helps.

  10. I would expect you to be used to darkness living in San Francisco.

    Besides, who needs sunlight? It just adds glare to your screen