News, but not the serious kind
Your 40,000 comments are important to us…
Blog Guy, I see in the trade publications that your blog just hit a new milestone.
We have trade publications? Yes, I hit TWO milestones last week. I got my 30,000th follower on my Facebook Blog Network, and incredibly, I got my 40,000th reader comment, more than any of our other blogs.
No, I believe most of them are being held in secure locations for the good of society.
One of them comments mainly in haiku. One claims to be a swineherd, and another is a lawyer named Doc. One owns a pink pistol and a mandolin in Texas, and one sees his sister in almost every picture I post.
With that many people visiting and reading and commenting, Reuters must be thrilled! Was there a celebration?
Of course. It was even better than when I hit 20,000 followers. This time, there was a party hosted by none other than THIS famous couple in the photo above!
Who the hell are they, Blog Guy?
I was hoping you would know. They dressed very well.
But surely the party included A-list celebrities? Reuters must have seen to that?
Yes, there was an above-average North Korean badminton player, with his dog. Also, that actor Larry Hagman dropped by and pointed a flintlock at me.
That seems unusual. Then what happened?
I don’t know. It’s been three days, and he’s still here.
Top: Cast member Jean Dujardin and his wife, actress Alexandra Lamy, leave the Festival Palace after the screening of the film “The Artist” by director Michel Hazanavicius, in competition at the Cannes Film Festival, May 15, 2011. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
Left: A North Korean soldier holds a badminton racket on the banks of Yalu River near the North Korean town of Sinuiju, opposite the Chinese border city of Dandong, May 20, 2011. REUTERS/Jacky Chen
Right: Actor Larry Hagman holds an antique gun during a preview of the auction “The Collection of Larry Hagman” in Beverly Hills, California May 16, 2011. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni