~Ghetto Bill~



Dear Jon Karels and Dan Larson,

You two are the punks that stole the subwoofers from my vehicle and i know it. Don’t even try to deny it because i know you did and sold them on Ebay you jerks. But the real reason i mentioned those two individuals is because i have recently become aware of the fact that they both read my blog. Jon told me himself that he read David and my blogs and my roomate Amanda informed me that Dan “Dirty” Larson ( the name all the thugs in ortonville know him by ) also read my blog. This came as a great surprise to me because a) i thought only the people i write about read my blog and b) i never write about them. Maybe those two points are similar but you know what a mean. Help a brother out and draw you own conclusion, im to busy to always be holding your hand. To make a long story even longer, i ask these people to actually leave a comment sometime so i know that you are reading my blog. Lets pretend this is some fake facebook group and i will donate 10 dollars to my favorite charity for every ten different people who comment on my blog. ( nothing like whoring yourself out for comments )

But as I told you guys last time which was about a month ago, I attended a performance called “Dance Revolutions” It was not at all what i had imagined. It was very very modern dances and for a few of the acts im not sure how anyone would consider what they were doing would be called dancing. It was alot more like rythmic walking. The second act was very entertaining though. It was the only happy song people danced to and was well recieved. Another notable thing came during the first dance. There were three gentlemen that decided to wear very short dresses during the dance and i think they probably got there by accident. They were all over each other on the stage and it was fairly creepy in a hot sort of way. The highlight of the night came after the performance when Karin and I were waiting for a ride. One of the dancers from the best dance was showing his little brother how to break dance. I dont mean a Chris Smith version of breakdancing, this guy was really good at it.

David wrote about last weekend, cept i will give a little information about the Frank Caliendo show. Mike Lopez opened for Frank and he was quite funny. He was no Seinfeld but he had some humorous observational jokes. Then Frank came on and did his same routine i have seen him do for about the last three years. The only additions i noticed where of Yoda and Kermit the frog. But the guy one seat in front of us was being a D-bag and actually Heckling Frank during the show. This wasnt a small comedy club, this was the Orpheum, a couple thousand people. the man in front of us yelled “do something funny” during his muppets bit and Frank responded by absolutely burning the guy. It was quite funny how he handled the heckler. But shortly after that he said he forgot the rest of his routine and it was over. I think the jackass in front of me cost me about 20 more minutes of comedy so that sucked. But it was a fun time overall anyway.

Pics from the Gopher v. Buckeye game


Comments

  1. 1 m!les says:

    What did Frank say?

    Quote | Posted February 22, 2007, 1:35 pm
  2. 2 tyler says:

    He just did all of his impessions like his madden voice going “that guy right there is a an asshole” and drawing a circle in the air…Bill Clinton going “I agree”, and so on

    Quote | Posted February 22, 2007, 6:11 pm
  3. 3 BigT says:

    Dirty D!

    Quote | Posted February 23, 2007, 2:50 am
  4. 4 Dan "Dirty" Larson says:

    Well this is a very exciting day for me, i actually come to this site called milesrausch.com quite abit and read these blogs, but this is the first time i’ve been mentioned and i just want to say “THANK YOU!”, Hey what up BigT?

    Quote | Posted February 23, 2007, 11:06 am
  5. 5 Bryce Rausch says:

    stealin’ is bad, mmkay

    Quote | Posted February 23, 2007, 12:08 pm
  6. 6 david says:

    he forgot his bit because of one heckler? lame

    Quote | Posted February 23, 2007, 4:07 pm
  7. 7 Jono says:

    King, thank you.

    Sincerely,
    Jon

    Quote | Posted February 24, 2007, 1:44 am

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