Tuesday, November 8, 2011

BAGGING IT ... AT 7TH AND MONTANA!

It was a Battle of the Bags at 7th and Montana this morning as a parade of would-be Santas made the scene slinging bags across their shoulders. One man (pictured above) impressed the crowd with a collection of extra-durable burlap potato sacks. "Look," said Joyce, "The sacks come from a company called Vishnu Traders." "Hmmm," I said, writing furiously on a napkin, "Vishnu Traders ... interesting ... got it." "What are you doing?," asked Bob, "Taking notes for your blog? ... Maybe you should also try walking a mile in his shoes." "No thanks," I replied, "God knows what I'd catch." Besides, lugging potato sacks around all day isn't exactly my bag. Moments later another newcomer arrived carrying one of the largest, industrial-sized plastic bags I've ever seen. The man with the Vishnu potato sacks cast an envious look in his direction. We can all be grateful, however, that his sacks were a little more durable. Research reveals that Vishnu Traders specializes in breeding cages for laboratory rats and mice.

3 comments:

Rose said...

Oh my.........rats and mice! Yikes.

I wouldn't want a Vishnu potato sack.............Ugh.

Mark and Elayne said...

And I read this eating breakfast...

Anonymous said...

Standing on top of my chair, as I write to you.
Just the thought, of rats and mice....HELP!