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    Filed at 2:54 am under by dcobranchi

    Well, if not it should be. In keeping with the new name of this blog, nothing is OT. This will just be part of the “other stuff.”

    I’ve got to set the stage first: Insomnia. Strange bed. WiFi in the room. So, I’m blog-hopping and eventually come across the newest dance craze out of LA– clown dancing. Yeah, they dress up as clowns. Scary makeup and everything. Sad quote of the year.

    “The clowning and the krumping dance movement, it is a very positive thing because it really does keep kids off the streets,” krumping originator Thomas Johnson, a.k.a. Tommy the Clown, explained in Los Angeles recently. “Kids really don’t have too much to do around here. This is something exciting for them. To Missy and everybody that has grabbed this whole clowning, krumping, hip-hop style of clown dancing, I want to say thank you for putting it on the national scale. You’re doing it.”

    Now I’ll never be able to get back to sleep.

    6 Responses to “THE END IS NEAR”


    Comment by
    J Aron
    January 31st, 2005
    at 8:35 am

    Sorry pal – I think you have lost it..
    a little lavender oil rubbed on the pillow case helps insomnia


    Comment by
    EdWonk
    January 31st, 2005
    at 1:45 pm

    I think Barbara Streisand recorded a song that might help you get to sleep, “Send In The Clowns.” Wait a minute, on second thought… 😉


    Comment by
    Anonymous
    January 31st, 2005
    at 2:21 pm

    In an attempt to *steer* this back on track- here’s a “once in a lifetime” deal for the, ahem, large homeschool family:

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    Comment by
    Chris
    January 31st, 2005
    at 5:56 pm

    I’m so dissapointed. I was expecting some sort of circus clown car.


    Comment by
    Tim Haas
    January 31st, 2005
    at 6:50 pm

    Pennywise lives again! Eeeek!


    Comment by
    Daryl Cobranchi
    February 1st, 2005
    at 5:36 am

    Yeah– I thought of “It,” too. One of the scariest books I’ve ever read.