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ITS A BROKE WORLD AFTER ALL

October 20, 2009


It’s true. Disney is laying off workers because the recession as hit even the “happiest place on earth.” As someone who works with puppets and doesn’t curse, I have done some work for the mouse, which gives me unique insight to the situation there. First, future DVD releases include “One or Two Dalmations.” They have […]

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PSEUDOPSEUDOHYPOPARATHYROIDISM

October 14, 2009


There is a disease on the loose, and I’m afraid there is no easy way to say it: “pseudopseudohypoparathyroidism” It’s harmless. But as I stated, there is no easy way to say it. It’s one of the hardest words in the world to pronounce. It’s related to calcium deficiencies (hypoparathyroidism – which is the second […]

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PUN-ISHMENT

September 29, 2009


According to a recent Gallup Poll, 89% of American adults work each day with some kind of pain. The other 11% are self-employed… The Emmy Awards were pretty good this year, and many are crediting Neil Patrick Harris for the good ratings the show got for this latest installment. However, Harris is complaining to anyone […]

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HEEEEEEEEERE’S ED!

June 28, 2009


I’ve had a really nice start to the summer, doing three shows at the spectacular theater on the campus of Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas. Thanks to the staff there, the excellent tech people, and everyone who made those three Sunday nights such a great time! You cannot beat Arkansas during the Humidity Festival! I […]

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SAAB STORY

June 16, 2009


General Motors has come to an agreement with Koenigsegg, and will them Swedish automaker Saab. Koenigsegg is a small company that makes high-performance sports cars, and for the first time in weeks, nobody at Saab is sobbing. How about those Lakers? Kobe Bryant and Phil Jackson led the purple-and-gold to another NBA championship last week. […]

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