Oddly Enough Blog
News, but not the serious kind
Hey Blog Guy, we could use some of your famous travel advice. My brass ensemble is going to Paris, and we….
Are you out of your mind? Don’t you know the French can’t stand brass instruments? You could be arrested before you play a single note.
No! That sort of Overture is out of the question! If you tried a stunt like that, they’d be playing “Taps” for you. On the cello, of course.
Blog Guy, you look exhausted! What’s wrong?
This happens every year. As we gear up for the summer season at the Goofy Face Museum and Doughnut Shop, folks come out of the woodwork to audition, desperately trying to be part of the new show.
Wow. Where do all these goofy people come from?
I just told you, they come out of the woodwork. Please try to pay attention.
Ah, right. But can’t Lamar give you a hand in going through the audition photos?
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.
Okay, everybody I know has asked me about these nutjobs who say a huge earthquake will shake the world today, sweeping true believers to heaven and leaving others behind to be engulfed in the earth’s destruction over a few months.
Blog Guy, I’d really like to own something that belonged to a famous dumbass, but I couldn’t afford that autograph of Jesse James that went for $51,000. Is there a more affordable dumbass sale going on?
I’m sorry, but genuine dumbass stuff is expensive. For example, the U.S. Marshals Service, the folks who sold Bernie Madoff’s underwear a few months ago, is auctioning off personal stuff belonging to Ted Kaczynski.
I’m not sure when our state lawmakers began competing to pass the most wacky weapons laws, but it’s getting pretty hard to keep up with them.
Oh, Basil left the folk music scene. Now he operates heavy farm equipment. He owns a baler in Switzerland.