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.

When the chips are down, in Wackytown

October 29, 2011

Say, Blog Guy, I keep reading about those group tours you organize to that place you call Wackytown, the goofiest place on earth.

Suddenly, it’s GREAT to be Ronald!

October 19, 2011

Blog Guy, awhile back you showed us lots of spam you were getting by mistake. It was meant for a guy named RONALD Basler. He seemed to be having a pretty rough time, what with debt, depression, a leaky roof… Have you checked on him lately?

Drive slower, Ma, you can’t see over the mushrooms!

September 11, 2011

Blog Guy, I’ve signed up for one of your tours to Krasnoyarsk, that Siberian city you call Wackytown. I’m very excited!

Repeat after me, “Fill the bag with money!”

September 2, 2011

Blog Guy, you know that odd city in Siberia that you call Wackytown? I’d like to visit it on one of your organized tours, but I’m wondering how many people there speak English?

Honey, I’m on my way!

August 15, 2011

Blog Guy, you know that place in Siberia you say is the goofiest place on earth? I think you call it Wackytown, and you organize tours there.

Jump now, avoid the crowds!

August 3, 2011

 

Blog Guy, I keep reading in your blog about that place in Siberia that you call Wackytown, and I really want to visit there.

Giant black cloud? How bad could it be?

July 22, 2011

Blog Guy, I wanted to follow up on an item you had a few days ago, about that gigantic 300-acre “marijuana plantation” that was found by soldiers in Mexico.

Bride pride? Taking to the bridal path…

June 21, 2011

Blog Guy, I was surprised to read your item about that Bridesmaid Festival. Are there any other examples of wedding nostalgia events you’re aware of?

Just another blood-sucking ski resort?

June 2, 2011

Blog Guy, you know that city in Siberia that you like to call Wackytown? Didn’t you say you organize tours there, so your readers can see for themselves?