Oddly Enough Blog

Politicians and their pork…

August 12, 2011

Blog Guy, can you settle a bet I have with my bartender’s pedicurist?

More bets between random unlikely professions, huh? What is it this time?

That Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney. Has he ever seen a porkchop?

The folks you love to hate?

August 11, 2011

Blog Guy, you haven’t written about any new signs of that onrushing Apocalypse recently. Is it safe to come out of the panic room?

Is everybody happy? Louder!

August 11, 2011

Blog Guy, I know you keep up with the various charities of the power elite. Somebody told me about a youth program Secretary of State Hillary Clinton supports, and I don’t think they got it quite right.

You snooze, you lose? Not this time…

August 10, 2011

Blog Guy, what would you say is your best sport, personally? Rock climbing, Ironman? Fight Club?

What’s in your artisanal arsenel?

August 10, 2011

Blog Guy, I’m confused. Suddenly I’m seeing the words “artisan” and “artisanal” attached to all kinds of products. Cheeses, chocolates, liquors, soaps… What does it all mean?

Are you ready, athletes? Blow and go!

August 9, 2011

Blog Guy, you never seem to write much about the sport I participate in, the biathlon.

Cashing in on My Good Name?

August 9, 2011

Blog Guy, I know you’re busy designing the next generation Basler BT-70 aircraft, but I may want to buy a plane before you have a chance to test your new model.

Oh, the humanity!

August 8, 2011

Blog Guy, can you settle a bet I have with my investment manager’s astrologer?

So it’s like doing them a favor, huh?

August 8, 2011

Blog Guy, I like it when you find interesting traditions practiced by other cultures, like for instance that “love market” that you wrote about last year.

Decorating with a brain and a crane…

August 7, 2011

Blog Guy, several months ago you analyzed the Libyan conflict by comparing the furniture styles of the Gaddafi supporters and the rebels. I believe you called it “Divan intervention in Libya?” What else can we learn by looking at protesters and their furniture?