Oddly Enough Blog

The last huzzah?

December 15, 2011

So this is the end. The last post for this blog.

It’s a good thing we’ve said our farewells, because this is also the last day for new comments.

The best goofy but true stories from 2011

December 14, 2011

As I said recently in a post which began a countdown to tomorrow’s final entry in this blog, one of the things I have enjoyed most is presenting stories that are goofy but true.

You’ve got till tomorrow to pay up, pal…

December 14, 2011

 

Blog Guy, I know you’re following the New Hampshire primary closely for your readers. All state primaries follow pretty much the same format, right?

The stuff dream photos are made of…

December 13, 2011

Hey, Blog Guy, I’m here! Do¬† you recognize me?

I am in the presence of the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come?

No, you dimwit. This isn’t “A Christmas Carol.” I’m the guy who sets up all those great fantasy photos for your readers, so I’m sorry to see it’s going away.

Seinfeld, a show about bupkis…

December 13, 2011

Blog Guy, you have the most authoritative entertainment news anywhere, so I’m coming to you first about something I heard.

Yule laugh, yule cry…

December 12, 2011

Blog Guy, what do you think is the biggest holiday for your blog?

Christmas, for sure. We celebrate it for most of the year. Not only that, we’re able to appreciate BOTH holidays.

She’s goin’ for your knee again, Ronald

December 11, 2011

Blog Guy, with your blog going away soon, we need some closure regarding Ronald Basler.

Your favorite posts of all time…

December 9, 2011

I mentioned a few days ago that this blog is going away soon, so it seems appropriate to take a look back at what readers clicked on the most.

Nine ways to lose weight and live forever

December 8, 2011

People say to me all the time, “Bob, your blog is SO stupid, how do you get people to read it?”

He’s making a list, and Czeching it twice…

December 7, 2011

Blog Guy, I need to tap your background in psychology. I can’t get my husband to enjoy the Christmas holidays. When he sees festive decorations he just breaks down and sobs.