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Look Out for the Cheetah…

November 3, 2009

Blog Guy, I’m outraged. Connect me to your blog’s complaint department!

Hello, this is the Odd Blog Complaint Department. Your call is important to us…

Look here, I think this Basler guy ran a photo of Usain Bolt and a cheetah cub for the SOLE purpose of justifying a cheap pun headline playing off of a hit song from 1966!

I see. And you somehow expected more from this blog?

Yes. Usually Bob would only use a cheetah picture if the animal was pooping or something like that.

Let me get this straight. You’d LIKE to see a photo of a pooping cheetah?

Um, yes. That’s the main reason most of us come to this blog.

Okay then, ma’am. Because we care about customer satisfaction, here you go.

Wow! I AM satisfied. I’ll be back soon, and I’ll bring my friends! Tell Bob thanks a lot!

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Above: Olympic and world champion sprinter Usain Bolt from Jamaica holds a three-month-old male cheetah cub at the Kenya Wildlife Service headquarters in Nairobi, November 2, 2009. Bolt adopted the cheetah cub named “Lightning Bolt” during the launch of the Animal Adoption Programme “Namayiana” at the Nairobi Animal Orphanage.

Below: A cheetah relieves itself in its cage at the KWS headquarters.

REUTERS photos by Thomas Mukoya

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Comments

Robert, this makes as much sense as my rambling about the white hat-cum-death panels conspiracy!!

Bravo, you’ve outdone yourself in senselessness!

Posted by M | Report as abusive
 

On second thoughts, I believe the cheetah on the bottom is right about this post…

Posted by M | Report as abusive
 

Bob, I am not sure whether I am more disturbed by you for writing this blog… or me for reading it every single day. But keep writing, after all this is what keeps me insane at work… I mean sane… right sane at work.

Posted by jo | Report as abusive
 

This is the last thing I need to see right now. Having issues in that area. I hate being jealous of a pooping cheetah.

Posted by T | Report as abusive
 

I woud like to see the German Shorthair dog that won the dog show crapping in the middle of his triumphant Catwalk run.

That would be better than Cat Scat.

And as a way to keep kids off of my front yard during the night of Halloween, I told them, when they started to cross it, ‘My dog poops out there, so be careful!’

Worked like a charm!

Posted by tim | Report as abusive
 

Thanks, Jo….

Posted by Robert Basler | Report as abusive
 

I also really enjoy reading this at work, but I may have to stop if the pictures of naked man butts and pooping cheetahs continue. Explaining such things is…difficult. :(

 

M, apparently you’re not aware that all calls to our Complaint Department are monitored or recorded for quality or training purposes…

Posted by Robert Basler | Report as abusive
 

I second that, Jo…
Bob, naked butts, boob touching Medusas, pooping cheetahs.. your blogs are OUR medication…. ok, atleast mine…
What’s next on the agenda, APART from fashion from Outer Space?

Posted by Shra | Report as abusive
 

Shra, think about this. Models obviously don’t need much food. And since they are all zombies, they don’t need much air, either!

Hence, Models From Outer Space might be a smart move!

‘Heeeeeeey, Moonglow. Could ya just let me have a finger for dinner? Thanks. I owe you one. That’s a nice dress that you are wearing. Can I use it for a dewrag, to keep my rotted brain from leaking out? Mmmm…good finger.’

See? Zombies! In space! With no exclamation points, since they are not easily excited!

And very little food required! And probably not much for the after dinner plumbing, either!

It’s a win/win situation!

Posted by tim | Report as abusive
 

My my Tim!!!You have quite the vision, I see…!!!

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