Actually, when I was in clown school (the first time) a lady from the Kansas City Star was writing a report on "Clown schools" and she wrote about me, and I quote, "He was the Class Clown of the clown class". Thank you very much!
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Something is better than nothing Kevin!!
Loved your remark though.
Your just pissed cause I pointed out you are up towards the top of the nerd list.
I've won something and I've won nothing either way I tend to have a good time.
I don't mind being called a nerd at all because I am obviously not a nerd:
perhaps from nerd, a creature in the children's book If I Ran the Zoo (1950) by Dr. Seuss (Theodor Geisel)
: an unstylish, unattractive, or socially inept person ; especially : one slavishly devoted to intellectual or academic pursuits <computer nerds>
â€” nerdÂ·iÂ·ness Listen to the pronunciation of nerdiness \ˈnər-dē-nəs\ noun
â€” nerdÂ·ish Listen to the pronunciation of nerdish \ˈnər-dish\ adjective
â€” nerdy Listen to the pronunciation of nerdy \-dē\ adjective"
I am neither unstylish, nor unattractive and I am certainly not socially inept. As for intellectual and academic pursuits, guilty as charged, however "slavishly devoted", I think not. It is however difficult to be stylish and socially adept while being uneducated and stupid, hence my interests in intellectual and academic endeavors. What's your excuse?
I just had to jump into the this thread. It's just wound its way into being so inane that is has become fun.
Bring on the gals, hell I'll caddy for all of them at once if they'll let me follow them around in my truck. Jeez.. I need to get to work