Sunday, August 16, 2009

LOCKDOWN ... AT 7TH AND MONTANA!


It was a Lockdown at 7th and Montana this morning as a Delightful Young Urchin made the scene in a cage. "Let me out, Let me out!," the toddler seemed to cry, as her mother pushed her up and down Montana Avenue in a stroller that resembled something out of Cell Block H. Rumor has it the mother -- a harried woman in her mid-thirties -- commutes to work in a Paddywagon. Meanwhile, speaking of Lockdowns, Screenwriter Nat and his wife, Robin, inadvertently locked themselves out of their house this morning. Were it not for Ex-Barista Robb, who managed to get their son on the phone where others failed, the two might still be standing in front of Our Favorite Starbucks ...!


9 comments:

FrankandMary said...

Always a calamitous or a potentially calamitous happening at your Starbucks. Mine is dull by comparison. Maybe it's the NJ Cali difference...~Mary

garnett109 said...

nope , i was in cell block h and i'm telling you marty,that kid don't look familiar

Dawn said...

My Starbucks (and I have 4 in 2 mile radius) is way way way boring. Must be the whole Cali thing, Mary - I agree. That is just child abuse to stick a kid in a grocery cart. So sad!!!

be well...

Lynne said...

That contraption looks too small for that child to be crammed into it. Just wrong!

Sonya said...

wow, what an uncomfy stroller.

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

Urchin in a box, not a pretty sight :o)

Kattytrick said...

Hay !...I like the cage on wheels! I wonder if it comes in a larger size, and if you can get a discount if you buy in bulk!?

emikk said...

whenever I see a child inprisoned in some kind of cage device it doesn't give me a warm and feeling...can't help but feel for the kid!

Beth said...

Did the little girl bang a cup on the bars of her cage and yell, "Let me outta here, you dirty screws!"