Oddly Enough Blog

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!

Stake Night on the Vampire Cruise?

September 6, 2011

Blog Guy, I know you’re a travel expert, and I need some advice. I am a vampire. I would like to go someplace where I don’t feel, you know, different.

Look, Honey, a free vacation cruise!

August 22, 2011

We may have hit the acme of absurdity. We should plant our flag and turn back.

Let me explain. I work at home, and I am interrupted daily by automated calls trying  to fool me in some way. I don’t believe it should be legal to intrude on privacy like this, but I don’t make the laws.

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.

You’re kidding me, right? Right?

July 28, 2011

Blog Guy, everybody knows you give the best travel advice. I’m out of my mind, like totally nuts, and I’m looking for a good vacation spot.

Can I borrow your toothbrush for my feet?

July 26, 2011

Great news. We have another one of those serious etiquette columns that appear to be aimed at folks who were raised by neanderthals. Early neanderthals, not the more evolved ones.

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.

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?

A rouble for your trouble, my good man…

May 22, 2011

Blog Guy, how much does Vladimir Putin earn?

You mean as Russia’s prime minister? Not very much, I’m afraid. Why do you ask?

Beach Blanket? Bingo!

May 11, 2011

Blog Guy, summer is almost here, and once again we’re faced with that annual problem. You know the one.