As your attorney in this matter, I stongly advise you to go outside.
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41 Responses:

  1. bdu says:

    But the suuuuun, it burrrrrnsssses.

  2. But this is bat country!

  3. loic says:

    the man is keeping me down.

  4. ralesk says:

    What is this "outside" you're talking about?

  5. patrick says:

    Thanks to wireless internet, I am!

    • ywwg says:

      No credit. You might have gotten partial credit for reading a newspaper outside, but a laptop? no way.

  6. ammutbite says:

    Been there, done that....

  7. prog says:

    A friend and I played Cribbage on the grass and had lunch in the sun.

    The skin of my face interprets the unfamiliar presence of Vitamin D as a viral intruder and so turns red and peels off. Whatever, skin.

  8. What are you doing?

  9. ctakahara says:

    Consider it done! Twice!

  10. Aren't there bears 'outside'?

  11. nothings says:

    current music: The Specials -- Too Hot

  12. deyo says:

    My sister gave me this shirt for Christmas. My family knows my feelings about "outside" when I'm on the wrong side of the fusion reactor shielding we call Earth.

  13. ydna says:

    Aye aye!

  14. westyx says:

    I hates it, yes, I does.

  15. fastfwd says:

    Outside what?

  16. unwoman says:

    I got a sunburn from sitting outside for 30 minutes. 30 minutes! It took me 3 hours to get that burned in Maui.

  17. kencf0618 says:

    I wore a boonie hat. I needed batteries. AA and AAA.

  18. vare2 says:

    But my server isnt down. yet.

  19. ladykalessia says:

    I drove to my interview this afternoon. As I was doing so, my car started to overheat, so on goes the heater, and down goes the window.

    My left arm, and the left half of my chest are now sunburnt. Gah.

  20. whittles says:

    done and done.
    I love working in the mission on tuesdays...

  21. g_na says:

    I was outside all day, working. I'm getting quite the farmer's tan :/

  22. valsmith says:

    its snowing. SNOWING IN MAY!

    < shakes fist at global warming>


  23. jennaxide says:

    There he goes. One of God's own prototypes. Some kind of high powered mutant never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.

  24. editer says:

    The day star is scary.

  25. wikkit42 says:

    I biked to work. And back.

    It's 6.16 miles (5830 Smoots), which is undoubtedly mundane in a proper city like SF, but in Ames, Iowa, it's enough to make people look at you funny.

  26. jace says:

    I'm going all the way outside to where home begins, and spending the rest of the afternoon in bed, under a full speed fan. Good day!

  27. belgand says:

    My neighbors, who in a horrible twist of fate have complete control over the thermostat for the entire house, still have the heat on. These people are certifiable freaks who keep the thermostat set at a solid 80 or so all the time. We had to tape up our vents and negotiate with them that there is no way in hell we're going to pay a full half of the gas bill if they're going to run the heat all night and day.

    You'd think 80 degree weather and our open windows would tell some people that you can turn the heat off, but no.

  28. _the_deuce_ says:

    My God, it's full of stars.

  29. greyface says:

    As your attorney in this matter, I strongly advise you to retain professional legal council licensed in the appropriate jurisdiction and not listen to unqualified legal hacks like me.

    Self Reference isn't funny anymore, xkcd proved it, I'm just making sure.

    • Self reference and internal reference are different concepts. The latter, and your comment, are still funny. Oddly enough, this response? Not funny.

  30. fantasygoat says:

    I'm driving the convertible to work and back every day now. My arms are sunburnt.

  31. rawdogue says:

    but it's in the nineties... and then there are the snakes.