Friday, October 30, 2015

Great Moments in Editing


Yes, Dear Readers, it's that time again ... more Great Moments in Editing!

Just in time for Halloween ...


It's a good thing to have done, but I'd prefer a bit more private setting ...


I'm going for the handouts and free samples ... 


I'll take the French vanilla one ...


Perhaps they go well atop gingerbread houses ...


A Halloween costume for the ... well ... less voluptuous among us ...


This dog ought to be easy to find ...


Yes, everyone needs their ducks cleaned every few years ...


The "massive trees" were named by a real estate agent, no doubt ...


Back to the future? ...


And there we go - the last issue of Great Moments in Editing for the month of October. Be sure to watch this space next Friday for the naming of the November Right Cheek Ass Clown ... and tomorrow for the grand finale Halloween edition of Cartoon Saturday, too. Just sayin'.

Have a good day. More thoughts coming.

Bilbo

9 comments:

eViL pOp TaRt said...

I'm intrigued at becoming a witch. Can I get another student loan for the training?

Arkansasans are so open and direct.

Anemone said...

Such tasty kittens!

Linda Kay said...

You would think people who clean ducts would know how to spell it. My grandson had a joke for me yesterday. Why was 6 afraid of 7? Because 7 8 9. You have to day it outloud.

Insane Penguin said...

Only a realtor would call them massive oaks.

Chuck Bear said...

Great editorializing! I wonder if sometimes they do it intentionally.

Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer said...

You can't beat the state capitol steps for a place to get your prostate screening. Your results will make the 6 PM news.

Mike said...

Prostate screening from the politicians in the state house? I think that's an ongoing situation in every state.

allenwoodhaven said...

Mike, once again, has described it excellently. Another fine Edition Bilbo!

John Hill said...

Front step screenings?
I thought that was usually done at the back door!

And how about those free breast feeding samples?

As always, a fine collection, Bilbo!