The End is Near (and we deserve it) . . . Bathroom Stall TV

This is a picture I took in the Ladies Room of our local Red Robin restaurant.

I guess we just wouldn’t want to miss one minute of those political conventions, would we?

Blogs and Articles in No Particular Order 

New York Times Best Selling Author Bob Mayer is doing an excellent series on Special Operations Forces. Do You Know Who Special Operations Forces Are & What They Do? Part 1

Susan Spann Writes with Dragons and Seahorses over at The Debutante Ball, a group blog for select writers who are releasing their debut novels within the year. Congratulations, Susan!

“Too many people underestimate what a big deal that simply staying in the game really is.” Pearl of wisdom, that. Maturity–The Difference Between the Amateur and the Professional by Best Selling Author Kristen Lamb.

What do you call your fluffy friends? Cat Names 101 by Amy Shojai.

Sometimes our purpose is to serve as a warning to others. Renee Jacobson has some great tips learned from hard experience. Rebooting Myself after the Great Computer Crash: You Gotta Back That Thang Up

Success Tips from a Drama Dog is up at Paige Kellerman’s blog. Stop by and congratulate her on the birth of her son, “Doc Holiday,” who came in at close to 10 lbs. Reporting Live: The Fat Eagle Has Landed

Super fun and informative article from Leslie Hedrick – A Vague History of Monasticism.

This video comes to us today from Shawna Coronado, the Queen of Green. WARNING: Do not medicate before viewing this or you will get nothing else done today!

Now for the Poll Daddy campaign style question of the day.

All the best to all of you for knowing when and where to indulge.

Piper Bayard–The Pale Writer of the Apocalypse

28 comments on “The End is Near (and we deserve it) . . . Bathroom Stall TV

  1. kadja1 says:

    I think the TV should only be provided in the sport’s bar stalls! LMAO!

  2. amyshojai says:

    Evil evil evil TV! And that video–evil squared, I’ll get nothing done today and it’s all YOUR FAULT! *s* Thanks for the shout out on the kitty names.

  3. shawna88 says:

    Thanks for the mention sweetie! LOVE the moving sculpture. Totally awesome way to appreciate art! 🙂

  4. Awesome mashup! I don’t have anything against a tv in the bathroom really. It is kind of icky though. And some programs might make it difficult to, um, relax. LOL. Mostly, it just grosses me out thinking about all the people sitting on the toilet watching tv at the same time. I try to pretend like nobody uses that public toilet but me. 😉

    • Piper Bayard says:

      Great point, Sonia. I, too, try and forget how much action that seat has seen when I use a public toilet. The TV does imply a great deal of time spent in there by someone-not-me.

  5. Running from Hell with El says:

    I have no words for this, LOL!

  6. I am also type-less. wow.

  7. My BIL has 3 TV’s in his bathroom. Yes, he needed one in the room with the commode, the area with the sinks and — wait for it — in the shower. Ridinkadonk. I also think gross.

    Thanks for the linky-love! I really hope people will heed my warning and back-up their stuff. 😉

  8. Andrew says:

    Hey…neither of thoise choices reflect what I really think on the topic at hand! …oh. I see what you did there =P. The TV in my living room sucks up enough of my time, so I think I’ll pass on the bathroom set haha

  9. Tami Clayton says:

    The t.v. in the restaurant bathroom has to be the most absurd thing I’ve seen in a long time. And I spend time on the internets. Oy. The titles of these posts cracks me up and I always look forward to the next deeply disturbing thing you find to share with us. Thanks for making me laugh and cringe all at the same time. 🙂

  10. Another fun friday post!
    Some hotels have mirrors on the doors that if you aim just right you watch the TV… Realizing now the hotel was taking the cheap way out!

  11. Jay Holmes says:

    I can barely tolerate having a TV in my home at all. When someone turns it on (my wife) my intolerance meter starts ticking. I am happy to say that both of my children will walk away from a TV and read a book or at least elevate their waste of time to the internet.

  12. I love that wind sculpture!

  13. Perhaps an artistic statement by the resteranteur, abstracting the notion that broadcast TV programming these days is basically only fit to flush… 🙂 (Oh – except ‘Dr Who’…)

  14. O.M.G TV in bathroom stalls…Plllleeeaassseee!! No thank you. That would totally distract me from my tweeting while taking a leak…

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