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Friday, February 24, 2006

Organs for All

Well, Organ Donation Week has come to an end now, but that's no reason to stop. Here's a couple of organs I'd like to donate to others:

For Rachy, a Moog synthesiser, complete with electrocuted German-dude:



For Dave, a Devo-style mini-synthesizer.



For Nails, a gigantic medieval pipe-organ. It also comes with some serfs pumping away at the bellows. Just remember to feed them some gruel now and then!



For Jelly, a Hammond Organ - very classy!



And ... what's that? It's the other type of organ you're supposed to donate? Bah! And it took me so long to stuff these organs in their envelopes ...

12 comments:

Rachy said...

My purdy picture not working:-(

nailpolishblues said...

Serfs? Bah! A baby like that requires some serious demon calling up - just for the right kind of gothic atmosphere, you understand...

TimT said...

Try this new pic, Rachy! If that doesn't work, do a google image search for 'Switched on Bach' or 'Moog synthesiser'.

Nails - well, it might seem like an amusing idea, calling up infernal undead beings from the fiery pits of hell, but when they put you on a spit and start roasting you as a sacrifice to Satan, you won't be laughing now, will you?

Besides, demons are crap at pumping the bellows of the organ. Serfs are much more reliable in this respect.

nailpolishblues said...

Ah please, they'd know me as one of their own. We'd go out for a few schooners and hunt virgins to sacrifice and nice old christian ladies in floral dresses to sign convoluted contracts on their souls...actually, they might be one and the same. Those demon boy'n'girls would be like my posse. Yeah. Maybe you're right - serfs might make better workers. Especially if me and the deems are busy having some fun.

Rachy said...

w00t!

Caz said...

At least you only stuffed them into envelopes; I don't want to think of the consequences had you stuffed them into available cavities, which is what people normal do with organs. Fortunatley for your beneficiaries, you're not normal.

TimT said...

Caz, be sensible, please. I'd only do that sort of thing if I was a trained medical doctor.

David said...

Whip it good!

Aunty Marianne said...

You need to meet GW.

http://therandomthink.blogspot.com/2006/02/fathers-day.html

Jellyfish said...

Why thank you! How lovely!

Would you believe, I actually have a Hammond organ already (at my family home). *AND* we have one of those weird things- um, you press the pedals and its plays music from the mechanical bits inside. Pianola? I think so. (A musical instrument for the completely unmusical.) All part of the circus/menagerie that constitues my family life. Your donated organ will fit in beside them just fine.

TimT said...

Jelly - I'm jealous!

The Hammond is actually a very classy instrument; got used in a lot of 1970s jazz bands.

Aunty - good to see there are other organ geeks out there.

David - whip it! Whip it good!

Russ said...

Every house should have an organ. I got this in the trading post for $150.

Sometimes it sounds like your torturing a puppy by running your fingers down a blackboard, but replacement dogs are easy to find.

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