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January 23
Lightbulb salesman


Have red nose, will travel, from Chicago

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May 19, 2017
    1. azzy
      HI TIM! I was in Chicago for a few days for business, would it have been weird to just call you up just to say HI TIM? Antisocial me always thinks that's odd, but I think that's what normal people do. I probably won't be back for awhile so it's safe to ask this now.
    2. Punkin
      Hey Tim............do the Bulls still have Benny the Bull as their mascot?
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      2. Punkin
        Thanks Tim.....I've been watching some of the YouTube vids of him and at one point, I was laughing so hard I actually started to cry. I thought he was really great!!!!!!!!!!!! Keep me posted on what happens next!
        Jun 28, 2016
      3. Barry Daft (Mr. B. Daft)
        Barry Daft (Mr. B. Daft)
        Why don't you apply for the job, Tim?
        Aug 18, 2016
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      4. tim
        Is it available and unfilled?

        I've always been intrigued by mascot work, though don't know if I'd enjoy the costume much.
        Aug 20, 2016
    3. Gladman
    4. Gladman
      Wow. That's great. They must even have mass, when they can. I was referring to a modern version of the movie, though. That wound probably have to politically correct, if there even IS such a thing
      P.S. I returned to the church two years ago after a lengthy absence.
      1. tim
        First, welcome back!

        They have Mass for the big shows, like Ringling, most weeks. Friend Fr. Francis Carraco (sp?) On Facebook and you'll see some interesting backstage setups for such. He also offers his Sunday homilies online. These things attract others who aren't Catholic, also, but are religious or take consolation in the spiritual elements.
        Apr 26, 2016
      2. tim
        There tends to be a lot of faith among performers. Others host bible studies, for example. And, of course, especially with the international element, many faith systems are represented.

        I read an interesting book awhile back written by a woman who did a survey on the topic. If I can find it, I'll pass along the title.
        Apr 26, 2016
    5. Gladman
      Hey Timothy. I picked up an old film from Goodwill today: The Greatest Show on Earth- 1952. What a great movie. I believe I saw it when I was a kid. I especially liked when the Bishop with all the altar boys blessed the train, sprinkling it with holy water. You wouldn't see that in a modern version
      1. tim
        But, you know, that they still do bless the train annually, dont you?

        There is even an official circus chaplain, Fr. Jerry Hogan, and a slew of other priests and even religious sisters who assist in ministry.
        Apr 23, 2016
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    6. Boogle
      I enjoy your outfit and your username haha. Ironically laughed a little at it. x
    7. Loopy
      Just wondering are you going to COAI in Erie PA
    8. Loopy
      Thanks Tim, yes I'm old enough to remember the lyrics from the Mister Rogers Show that was pretty good.
    9. Loopy
      I'm sorry Tim I didn't ask If I could be your friend earlier wanted to wait awhile before I started asking more people so I could prove to you guys that I wasn't going to fade out
    10. tim
      Oh, that explains everything, then. Typically, either the font is so tiny that you only see it when quoting for response, or there are color match hidden properties. But I viewed this post on my phone, where I have the Xmas background selected, as it is easier to read. So what I saw was white against blue. But, obviously, others missed it entirely and were befuddled by my comic quip. Of course, I also always know to be on the lookout for this stuff from you.
    11. Barry Daft (Mr. B. Daft)
      Barry Daft (Mr. B. Daft)
      Oh dear! Are they always obvious? They always look real difficult to spot on my computer screen, except rather embarrassingly, at Christmas time when the pages turn blue. I have always thought most people never see them and they pass unnoticed by the vast majority.
    12. Barry Daft (Mr. B. Daft)
      Barry Daft (Mr. B. Daft)
      Hiya Tim, are you well? Did you see my secret script in that ministry post or was that luck about Leviticus?
    13. Dynamo
      Happy belated thanks buddy.
    14. azzy
      Well that didn't get posted where I thought it would.
    15. azzy
      I find it interesting that this conversation is public and I stumbled upon it via a google search. I love and respect you both, and that is a difficult combination!
    16. The Princess of Bozonia
      The Princess of Bozonia
      I thought I had your ham image saved, but can't seem to find it now! Sorry...
    17. Barry Daft (Mr. B. Daft)
      Barry Daft (Mr. B. Daft)
      What happened to you, two posts short of your 10,000th? You can't go all shy on us now.
    18. KageTomari
      Happy Birthday
    19. Viv

      They were being sold by a company called Go carts R Us, but are currently listed as "Out of Stock". I have debating selling mine, but haven't decided 100 %.
    20. Mojo
      Hi Tim, thanks for being a friend. Really like your face / costume.
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    ~ Laugh at yourself... everybody else does!

    ~ God loves women who date clowns.

    ~ "Comedy is an escape, not from truth but from despair; a narrow escape into faith." (Christopher Fry)

    ~ ".... performing onstage is about sharing something, not about proving something." (Yo Yo Ma)