Oddly Enough Blog

You put your handcuffs on, you take your handcuffs off…

March 9, 2009

Some of you have asked me about that new program down there in Mexico, where nightclubs are being operated by federal government police.

I have you in my sights, wabbit!

February 13, 2009

Sometimes it seems to take real people way too long to catch up with Looney Tunes.

Is this the ROTARY club?

February 11, 2009

Quick quiz: If you have to parachute, the best thing to avoid having below you would be…

Could you BE more of a target, Lonnie?

January 11, 2009

I noticeĀ an increasing number of news photos showing demonstrators in the Middle East brandishing realistic-looking mock rockets and mock explosives.

Gimme another swab, Bob!

January 4, 2009

Blog Guy, you give great career advice. Can you suggest one for me?

I’ll try. What do you like to do?

I really enjoy cleaning my ears with cotton swabs. It gives me hours of enjoyment.

Snarley and Me…

December 29, 2008

Dear Auntie Charlene,

I hope your Christmas was as nice as ours. Thank you SO much for the thick padded pajamas, which will really help keep me warm through these cold Miami nights.

Graduation! Let’s get hammered!

December 23, 2008

Okay, it’s time to plan the graduation ceremony for our latest class of recruits for the Baghdad Police Department.

Ma, where’s that mortar ya made?

November 24, 2008

Quick quiz: which of these are really great homemade?

a) tart, tangy double-crust apple crisp
b) flaky buttermilk biscuits with honey
c) a steaming pot of spicy chili
d) mortars

Anchors Away, lingerie!

November 15, 2008

Congratulate me, Blog Guy!


I enlisted in the Navy!

Awesome. Which one?

There’s more than one?

Sure. There’s the regular U.S. Navy, and then there’s the Victoria’s Secret Navy.They’re both recruiting now.

Oh, it’s one of those fright wigs!

November 12, 2008

Welcome back to our popular feature, “Things Maybe we Should have Explained in a Caption, but Didn’t.” The actual caption here tells us this soldier is “wearing a wig” as he smokes near the front lines.