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January 28, 2009


 (Thanks to this blog's baby brother Sam)


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*Will proudly play with my RBR kazoos*

Be careful what you wish for. You never know what it may lead to.

Motto: Keep America Humming

 Happy 159th birthday to kazoo, happy birthday to kazoo...♪

key quote: Ask not what you can kazoo for your country or what your government can kazoo for you, wherever you are in the world…

Love it

So will you be going to the concert?

The Lawn Rangers should proudly play kazoos as they parade around the country.

There wasn't a lot to do in Macon,Georgia in 1840.

fabulous!!! let's get that on the calendar with tlpd.

A few years ago, I was very nearly injured when Sophie flung a kazoo past my head. She was helping 'distribute' them to an RBR audience. She's got an arm like her mom. :)

Sheesh, where are my manners? HI, SAM!!!

I wonder what the kazoo that Stephen King played at the NYC RBR performance, which I caught after he threw it (the kazoo) to the audience, does at night on my office shelf when I'm not there. The cleaning staff have been known to bypass my office altogether.....

I've always been afraid of Kazoo tonsils...

Back in the olden days when I was in high school, some friends and I actually started an officially sanctioned club called The Miraleste High School Philharmonic Marching Kazoo Band. (Now you can see where Talk Like a Pirate Day came from.)

And no, it wasn't because back in those olden days kazoos were the only musical instruments. We also had rocks, which we banged together vigorously.

sorry chum, but i was just thinkin that i would much prefer a national brou-ha-ha over kazoos than the tiresome 'talk like a pirate day' which ceased to be funny, oh, about nine years ago.

Considering that Talk Like a Pirate Day got it's lift into the stratosphere when Dave wrote his column about it in 2002, I think the best you can say is it ceased to be funny six and a half years ago.

But let's not quibble. There are plenty of people who like it, and probably plenty of people who don't. There are 364 other days on the calendar, so this shouldn't be too big a problem. Cheers!

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