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June 22, 2012

holes in one

I woke up and thought, “I need to cut holes in my front door.”

It semi-defeats the purpose of a door. A door is meant to provide security and if the holes are small enough, no one can get through. Still, people can look in your house. Of course, windows allow that as well. Then there’s the problem with small animals – I don’t want raccoons in my kitchen. Perhaps plexi-glass over them?

The thing I love is revealing how much we rely on a closed door for a sense of security. Windows in a door wouldn’t defeat that.


  1. So, did you do it? I have a window in my front door but it is a semi-circle, a dome with a flat bottom and it is high enough up that most people would have to jump to look in.

    Interesting thought for first thing in the morning though . . .

    Any details of the bus trips and can shre with us?

    Comment by lower88rider — June 22, 2012 @ 8:17 am

  2. i’ve been having my own visions of doing something with the door on my shop. it’s got a window so i’m thinking a fortune teller machine.

    Comment by donzo — June 23, 2012 @ 10:53 am

  3. Donzoni and Deerskin when I come out there we could make a mold of my mullet and yellow buck teeth, and my arms as well, cast it so it will look like I am coming out of the door, should keep most animals out, but i am shy, so no holes in my soul, I don’t want to reveal anything, the door to my whore is shut.

    Comment by hammafor — June 25, 2012 @ 5:23 am

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