Oddly Enough Blog

In words of one syllable, you’re nuts…

November 10, 2010

CHINA/

Blog Guy, my doctor sent me to you for some career advice. I need a job that works with some, uh, small quirks I have.

Nothing could be finer than be waiting for a rhiner….

October 14, 2010

Blog Guy, you’re famous for your career advice, especially about jobs that should be avoided. I’m going through brochures now looking for something suitable, and wondered if there is anything new I should be wary of.

We’re off to see the lizard…

September 27, 2010

Blog Guy, I need some of your famous travel advice. I can get an AMAZING deal on a week at a five-star luxury beach hotel in a Russian city on the Black Sea. What do you think? Is there a catch?

Look sweetie, news we can use!

September 23, 2010

CUBA/

We journalists are trying really hard these days to give people content that really makes a difference to them.

Look! It is ‘El Tall One’ himself!

September 10, 2010

SPAIN/

Blog Guy, can you please settle a bet with my pedicurist’s pest control guy?

Zombie nun scares poor little doggie!

September 4, 2010

SPAIN/

Blog Guy, you went too far in your blog a couple of weeks ago when you implied that people in Spain aren’t happy unless they are “killing, maiming, torturing or frightening poor animals.”

Do you have a date for the ball?

September 1, 2010

SERBIA/

Blog Guy, I saw a bunch of Reuters photos from the World Testicle Cooking Championship, and I was surprised you didn’t cover it in your blog.

Good to the last droppings?

August 28, 2010

Okay gang, we’ve gotta find a way to distinguish our brand of coffee from all the others. You know, like it’s grown on misty Blue Mountain, or in the intoxicating sea breezes of Hawaii, or some poetry like that.

It’s festival time, round up some poor animals!

August 20, 2010

SPAIN/

I hate to get serious here, and I promise I won’t make it a habit, but WTF?

Head out on the highway, take a swordfish with you…

August 17, 2010

swordfish cycle 490

Blog Guy, I know you’re an expert on the animal kingdom, and I want you to settle a bet about swordfish with my step-son’s biology teacher.  This teacher says that while swordfish are indeed fish, they do not travel by swimming.