"I think Janet needs a spiderweb in the top corner of her blog that says SOME AGENT!"
:-) --Claire Bobrow
Hey! That's the Discovery Channel building in Silver Spring, MD! I drive by there all the time. I didn't realize you knew their shark. Next time I see him, I'll send your sharkly love. :D
Heee - that's fab.And you just made me remember: I spent a year living in Biloxi, Mississippi - my fiance was in the Air Force and was stationed there. This was pre-Katrina, and I know this building is long gone now, but there used to be a beach/surf shop whose main entrance was shaped like a large, gaping shark's mouth. I'll have to see if I can dig up a picture for you. But basically, to get into the store you had to brave the shark's teeth and gullet. :)
Oh yay! Looks like they rebuilt! http://blog.gulflive.com/mississippi-press-news/2012/04/landmark_sharks_mouth_entrance.html
I love what you've done with the place. It's so... you.
That is awesome. How can you NOT think about making it work to have your office there? :-)
The Heartbreaking Deception of Chum: A Literary Agent's Memoir. Of course you can use it. Get that pen out now. Thirty-four chapters of stories told, revealed, decried, and deceived has real merit on the shelf.Surely you know someone who does memoir.
LOL! XD This made me laugh. Thanks for brightening my day! :)
How differently people think. I assumed this was a building on Wall Street.
Haha PERFECT. The added bonus is that if you make the entrance the jaws of some mammoth prehistoric shark, you will completely (almost, at least) get rid of all those pesky would-be clients who keep showing up without an appointment!! :D
That is so, completely cool!
I can't believe you found the perfect building for the Shark.
Now THAT'S a chum bucket!!!!
You MUST move now. Or hire minions to build those additions for your current building.
Where's the like button on this friggin thing.
You're gonna need a bigger block..
"In yet another sad commentary on the mortgage crisis, behind me you see this prime office space, clearly 'underwater.' "
Wall Street savings and loan sharks walk on land and devour yet another property. Film at eleven.
This is GREAT! :)
I'm excited to visit the shark tank/lair/office coming up in November. Hope to see you.
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