My good friend Paul Timoney is an amazing artist and storyteller. This is a movie that Paul’s friend Nick made about a performance art project he devised and a group of us performed in Galway City:
Big Massive Protest
Filed under Being Human, Improvisation, Video
Tagged as Big Massive Protest, Galway, Nick Murphy, Paul Timoney, video
Well Mr. Piebenga, you truly have assembled an eclectic smattering of hodgepodge, hooliganism and even a bit of insightfulness! Fanciful indeed! However, your greatest ability is that of successfully setting a water closet!
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That's an awful unlawful falafel.
-grace à Jeffy Lung
Classic from Andrew Saladmoney, "Where there's a will, there's a chance."
Regarding the fossilized Sabrmetric Tiger skull?
Where the guy goes, "Doctor, it hurts when I do this." And the doctor says, "That will be an $80 co-pay."
Regarding the naive interlocutor's query, "Where am I going and why am I in this handbasket?"
Where the she-wolf, hunting it's quarry, is unwittingly hired to excavate stone?
Is there an extant author considered the seminal Seminole?
When reminded of his college-era quip, "Sometimes being human is a crock of sh!t," my now thirty-two year-old friend Jason was heard to say, "When was I ever so optimistic?"
Where MLB shortstop Pedro Florimón is confused for some kind of Pokemon?