And how has my humor blog been looking the past week? Kind of like this.
- Comfort Disasters, last week's big piece, about something I kind of do that I therefore assume is a universal commonplace.
- What The Heck Is Going On With The Grizzwells? and I get all puckish with the thing that draws more readers than anything else to my humor blog.
- Statistics Saturday: An Inaccurate Map Of Singapore because nothing amuses me like the old Usenet Perth joke.
- What’s Going On In Dick Tracy? Will the Green Hornet Remain At Large? January – April 2018 (I'm guessing ``yeah, he will'').
- In Which I Must Ponder What Kevin Kubusheskie’s Singing Voice Is Like, Again and you'll soon hear the full secret context of this very slight event!
- The 32nd Talkartoon: Boop-Oop-A-Doop, At Last as Betty Boop really takes form.
- This Is Mostly For My Sister And Her Husband and it's from the local news and they liked it, happy to report.
- What Is Walking, Anyway, this week's major piece.
And how was Cedar Point looking the rest of that day? Kind of like this:
Underside of the Cedar Creek Mine Ride, because I liked the view this gave of the wheels underneath the train. Those are the things that make it impossible for the thing to jump the track.
Ticket eater of tEror! From an unattended arcade near the back of the park.
And Mean Streak several months into its renovation. One of the return hills shows off where the new track will go in a helical spiral as well as return.
bunny_hugger looks on from as close to Mean Streak/Steel Vengeance (a name not announced back then) as we could get.
More of Mean Streak having been partly disassembled for pieces to become the new roller coaster.
View of the return loop, and the Mean Streak launch station, and the photo booth that I don't believe I ever saw in operation, but which still has the Mean Streak ride sign on it.
Trivia: The copyright to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was shared between writer L Frank Baum and illustrator William Denslow. Source: A Brief Guide To Oz: 75 Years Going Over The Rainbow, Paul Simpson.
Currently Reading: The Proud Tower: A Portrait of the World Before The War, 1890 - 1914, Barbara W Tuchman.