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November 29, 2013


Police warn of clown epidemic in Norfolk

(Thanks to Matt Filar, Jeff Meyerson and Chuck Cody)


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IO saw them open for Yingluck Shinawatra.

Actually, Clown Epidemic sounds like one of the better SyFy Channel movies of the week.

Yes, yes, I understand that it isn't illegal. But WHY?

Gaywood clowns are rising up


One of my favorite moment of life involves getting cars stuck in traffic on a bridge to threaten a posse of passing mimes by revving engines.

If they take away our right to dress like a clown, what rights will we have left ?

We just need one person to get frightened and run into traffic, and this will be banned. Whoever posts first on this thread should get that lucky gig.

Rats. Looks like I'm not first.

A certain circus was setting up a promotion at the bottom of the escalator at Chicago's Union Station attempting to get the interest of the commuters on their way to the train ride home. A couple of young men were having a bit of difficulty navigating the "walk on the left" rule of thumb when a woman and I told them not to worry. Better safe than sorry.

"If clowns come out, though, it's every person for themselves!" I laughed, just before clowns came out and all heck broke loose. I'm still traumatized, and I've been to at least three Dave Barry book signings.

Bad news and I hope they take care of it fast, because if they don't they are going to get mimes, and once you get mimes it is impossible to get rid of them. You cannot even fumigate for mimes because they just hide in invisible boxes.

Clown Epidemic definitely opened for Insane Clown Posse (who were a major influence on them, by the way).

There are mime sniffing dogs to locate them, but then you still have the issue of eradication and disposal.

If a mime falls in a forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?

First to say clownado"!

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