Andrew Walsh, proud alumnus of St. Ignatius HS and childhood chum of painfully inept Cleveland Browns QB Brian Hoyer, has been described by his longtime lover Genevieve as a furry. CC denies this but who would know better than Vieves? I think it's for the best. If you have thin skin your should cover it with as much fur as possible.
I've worn a mascot costume many, many times. I've bowled, played basketball, baseball and soccer, even done choregraphy to this song while wearing a pizza slice suit. I regret nothing. It's the only time anyone has ever asked for my autograph. It might sound crazy but it ain't no lie, baby, bye bye bye.
"Dave Barry, a pulitzer prize winning columnist is dealing with his life in the suburbs together with his wife and two sons. Also starring in the series are Dave's two amazingly stupid neighbors." This is the imdb synopsis for the 1994 show Dave's World. I'd rather staple my yambag to a runaway dogsled than watch one minute of this show. But I remember a simpler time when I was a kid and would watch anything on TV. Especially if it was sports. UPS Loggers basketball games on tape delay, WTC Tennis. If it was on after my parents went to bed and it was a sport I was watching. And we all know I turned out fine.
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A few days ago Emily was listening to an Ann Rule true crime audiobook while I was in the room. These books often anger me. because no one takes the time to look up how to pronounce names of the different towns in which the bad guys are doing crimes and/or hiding out. So the narrator bungles the pronunciation of Tonopah, a small city in Nevada, and I get a little huffy. Emily, as she often does, questioned my knowledge so I went to the internet to prove I knew how to pronounce it. And this is what I found. I don't watch the news, but apparently Tonopah, Nevada is a great place to visit.
I'm sure there will be some Johnny Manziel talk on TBTL Extra Pointless tonight, so I wanted to get out in front of it with my opinion. The Cleveland Browns decided to stick with Andrew's high school chum Brian Hoyer at quarterback for this week and many people are upset that little Juan Futbol won't be making his first NFL start. I can't wait to see the tiny dirtbag get mangled either, but let's relax. The Browns still have a chance to make the playoffs so they elected to start a regular sized man at QB. This is a defensible decision and let's face it, little Johnny will have plenty of years to jump up on a milk crate and survey NFL defenses in the future.
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Pizza Hut's Book It program has been preparing kids for a lifelong love of reading and carbohydrates for 30 years. But it came along a few years too late for ol' Clip Clop. Luckily, my mother was an English teacher and my brother worked in a pizza shop. So there were always plenty of books and pizzas in the Frizzell household. By the time I was in high school I was very into literature and had a job at Pizza Haven. That's how I was able to get by on the mean streets of Bellevue, Washington.
The most interesting issue raised on Wednesday's show was about the guy hiding in the bathroom. Why now? What IS he doing? And how can Luke steer clear of it all? I want to know what you guys think. Should Luke call his landlord or the cops and get this dude thrown out into the bitter Port Townsend winter? Or should he knock on the stall and present Hobo Joe with a paper bagged bottle of CSM in a "Random Act Of Wineness?" Please comment on the Facebook post with your opinions.
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I was in the (now defunct) school of broadcasting at the University of Washington about ten years before Luke and had some of the same jobs. I worked at KUOW and also had a late night master control job at a campus public access TV station called Cablearn. The job was simple. Just follow the schedule, play the educational tapes in order and keep an eye on the air check monitor. But I was not a good person or stellar employee at the time, so I invited my friend Dave down to get high and cook some smelly food in the employee lunch room.
After popping in an ESL show we took off and did our thing. I came back about five minutes before it was time to change the tape to find a test pattern and every phone line flashing. The good news is that even though people weren't getting their English lesson they were very proficient at using el teléfono to get ol' Clip Clop in agua caliente. I survived this incident by telling my boss I fell asleep. UW Employee of the Year!
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Small Business Saturday happened in Port Townsend last weekend. The store owners got together and made a controversial decision to stay open until 7:00. I want to know if an exhausted shopkeeper gave Luke the side eye when he walked into the Wooden Boat Knick-Knackery at 6:45. For God's sake, Luke, let the man go home and tie some holiday knots with his family!
TBTL blogger emeritus, mommy blogger, and whitest Ten Toni Hammer was a delight as usual. I agree with Toni about making work excuse calls for your kid. If you do this it should be acceptable for the boss to call you into the office to fire your kid for goldbricking. Seriously, bulldozer parents, please let your kid make some tough phone calls. It's good practice for life when someone will inevitably move his/her Cheesy Pyramid of Success. Click here to get the Scary Mommy Guide To The Holidays e-book and here to read Toni's mommy blog posts.
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