January 16, 2017
Two weeks into 2017 and I'm still not writing cheques to write the wrong year on.
Plus, my body would never cash them.
Weird, since I was writing them to the "Clunky Analogy of the Month Club".
Make them out to "Cash", Johnny Cash.
Johnny "Appleseed" Cash.
January 9, 2017
Whether Dorioc, Ionion or Schmionion you won't find a pillar of such podcasting pulchritude as passionately persistant as we three priviledged... uh... pals.
Plus we come "fluted" for your pleasure.
We're not magic tho.
We're looking at you Soliare!
And for goodness' sake close your robe.
We can see your F. Murray Abraham.
January 2, 2017
According to the "Farmer's Almanac" 2017 looks like it might be a year that we might have to live through.
Not since the age of the "Library of Alexandria" (1976 AD) have farmers held such a calloused stranglehold on the fragile, intellectual reins of our culture.
When will the age of the Horny Salesmen begin?
"Farmer's Almanac" says: "Next week".
Whew. That's a relief.
December 19, 2016
Pizza Stone was great in that Spiderman remake.
What was it called?
"Out of Africa (with Spiiderman)"
December 13, 2016
This week's "Hipster Hoosiers" Comedy-Podcast Christmas Holiday Special has already gotten more ratings than "Frosty the Cocaine-Man", "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Hess" and "Faces of Death XI: War on Christmas".
The ratings were tabulated on the Dumont Network.
Our time machine has gotten zero ratings...
December 5, 2016
You can't spell sod without DOS nor can you start Microsoft with a lawn-based operating system (LOS)
Steve Jobs first pass at the iPhone was actually built with 79 acres of Kentucky Blue-Grass and a 1972 Toro Lawn Mower (with Mulcher).
This was after SJ's first attempt at building Steve Wozniak out of an in-lawn sprinkler system and a Bob's Big Boy statue ended up creating the Mac Apple Classic 2 instead.
Think different I guess.
November 28, 2016
When you're #271 do you try harder?
November 21, 2016
Contrary to popular lore the model for the Statue of Liberty was not Elvis but Lee 'Lee' Liberace.
Another little-know fact was that Liberace was 300 feet tall soaking wet.
He swam to the United States from France in 1886.
That explains the wet part.
November 14, 2016
Why do they call it "dry" cleaning if they...