Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my chirpy chinchillas! How are you? Have you been noticing the beautiful colors in the trees and shrubs? This is the time of year when the burning bushes and sugar maples really strut their stuff. So beautiful, so transient, so or sew? Ha-ha! I can play, too.

No calls were received this week on the Zoltar-phone:

I’ve decided to use this week’s blog to clear out some of the flotsam and jetsam clogging my files. First is a scene from the classic I Love Lucy television show. Prepare to meet one of my colleagues, Madame Mertzola:

We certainly have come a long way from that, haven’t we? Mr. Bennet discovers in the next video that although a cynic may stop only to sneer, he may stay to believe:

Here’s an odd little segment from MSNBC on how the predictions of Jeane Dixon, a famous psychic of the 1960’s and 70's, fared against those implied by some movies:

And finally, my dears, another warning about those wicked Ouija boards: don’t play with what you don’t understand:

Thank you for reading my blog this week. I appreciate each and every one of you. Don’t forget to transmit all essential data to:

Stay warm and healthy, my Irregulars. Get your flu shots, wash your hands, take your vitamin C, get plenty of exercise and rest, and don’t forget the garlic around your neck. Mercurochrome!


kkdither said...

Mercurochrome... Wow, you rattled a few brain cells with that one. How old am I to remember that stuff? It was an essential in my grandma's medicine cabinet!

OrbsCorbs said...

I thought the second one, "The Psychic," was pretty funny. At first it creeped me out because the faces are similar to that weird birthday video (, but I think it's well done.