|Ahm gon' give ya a chuckle, thar, Alan . . .
||[Feb. 18th, 2016|02:57 am]
Phrembah (a potato-like mystery)
Ahm gon' take thirty-five minutes ta set up this twenny second joke, then ahm gon' blow it 'cause I can't 'member how it went zactly . . .
Doncha love it when they "open up the phone lines" on radio shows? The program becomes, slow, halting, disjointed, sometimes cringe-worthy, then I switch the station to find that they're playing a PSA that I heard four and a half minutes ago on the first station and that (if you count Jr. High) I've heard well over a thousand times (make that five thousand) in my life. Then I turn the radio off. "Open Lines" spells the death of content. Why in the hell do they do that?