"I will be forever indebted to your blog, and to Colin's "Treasure Chest" - boy, when you need that thing, you really need it!"--author with offer in hand
Oh my goodness! I love the blog so much. I want to move into a building on their street and put LOTS OF BOZOS int he window. I salute you for getting one. Where does one order an inflatable Bozo?
I always wondered what the folks at H&S did all day.
Wow. I like the sniper idea... is that a bad thing?
I too thought the sniper thing was a great idea. Um...I'm a normal person. Really I am. However, I did have to subscribe to the Bozo Project blog. Can't let this one go unfollowed.
That really made my night! Almost makes me wish I lived in NYC (almost, lol).
Ya know, Janet, I've been reading your weblog for quite a long time now, and your candor is like a swift, but gentle and relatively pleasant, kick in the balls. I have immense respect for the workings of your mind. I continue to learn a lot from you. Please, never change.
Wow. That's incredible! I thought we were weird here in downtown Lowell, MA... we live across the street from the nursing program at our local college. Directly across from our window is a practice ER suite with a CPR dummy that looks like a dead guy (sheet over him and everything). *Completely* freaks out our new visitors (a phenomenon I cherish). Pictures available upon request :)
This is hilarious. I love the blog's R.I.P. photos of the dearly departed Bozo #2. It makes me feel homesick, though. I can't imagine Italians doing something like this. Viva New York! I never liked clowns before, but I hope the Bozo project expands. Keep us posted.
There goes 15 minutes I'll never get back...not to mention countless other minutes I'll spend following that blog...maybe 2010 is a better year for writing the break-out novel. :)
thank you for linking our blog (AND for purchasing your own bozo)!! join us!
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