Oddly Enough Blog
News, but not the serious kind
“Hello? What? Yes, this is Mr. Obama speaking.
“No, it’s not pronounced like the bama in Alabama, it sounds like… I’m kinda busy, what’s this about?
“Well, I’m in a parking garage now, and I am getting good reception.
“Huh? You’ve noticed my roaming charges are high? Yeah, I guess I’d be interested in a cheaper plan…
“Wait a minute! So I can’t qualify for your ‘Home or Roam’ plan because I don’t live in a residential neighborhood?
Blog Guy, I’m hoping you can help me out with a fashion dilemma.
I’m a gal who likes wearing a comfy bikini on a sun-drenched beach vacation. But if there’s a really hunky guy there, I want to look my natural best, which includes enhancing my swimsuit with padding to make my you-know-whats look big.
No. Think about it, Blog Guy. Anyway, of course by the time I spot the hunk it’s too late to run back to the changing room, so what am I to do?
If you’re like me – and I’m sorry if that’s the case – then you get frequent queries like this one via Facebook. It seems that Debbie Somebody wants to put my birthday on her calendar. Is that okay with me, it asks?
Sure, I guess so. I mean, Debbie probably wants to remember to get me something nice, maybe even have a surprise party for me.
Every so often an idea comes along that is so awful it makes me wonder why there isn’t a “Bad Idea Hall of Fame” or maybe a “Bad Idea Olympics.”
Meet the “marriage hunting” bra, unveiled today in Tokyo.
It features a digital marriage countdown clock and, being a bra, it is worn around the midriff. I’m not making this up.
Blog Guy, what’s t he stupidest thing you’ve seen all year?
Saya, the humanoid robot teacher who supposedly makes facial expressions.
What’s so stupid about her?
They’re the worst expressions I’ve ever seen. I mean, who are we kidding?
These photos show Saya showing happiness, surprise, anger, disgust and fear, plus a shot of actress Martha Plimpton so I have an even number of headshots. Can you tell which expression is which?
Blog Guy, I’m CEO of a struggling U.S. company. I need to reduce my Information Technology costs. My employees act like computers grow on trees, abusing equipment and stuff. Our geeky tech staff is too timid to crack the whip. Help!
Maybe you’re hiring your techies in the wrong place, sir. Send your recruiters to the Information Technology college, in Baghdad.
Blog Guy, I’ve read about the so-called “nuclear football” that goes everywhere with the U.S. President in case he needs to authorize a nuclear war. Are there any pictures of this doomsday gadget?
Photos of the super-secret device are very rare, but we got some at the White House a couple of days ago. Here you go.