July 23, 2015

Powdered Toast Man I Am Not, But I Am A Reasonable Facsimile Thereof

Bonus points if you get the pop culture reference from post title. Extra bonus points if you do, but really don't want to be bothered with pop culture today.

Sarcasm comes very easily to me when my brain is pretty much a piece of charcoaled blackened toast, which is why the opening paragraph is being re-booted.

Anywho, we have reached this state due to the following items:

1} Post from Monday is causing serious stress.
2} Weather has been hot and/or muggy and/or both this week.
3} Serious lack of consecutive hours of sleep.


Today, we is hanging ten at Shooting Suburbia today. Come join me at a place where time has no meaning, logic makes as much sense as the POTUSA yelling at a reporter who had the audacity to question why the four American prisoners being held in Iran weren't part and parcel of this toothless nuclear deal (true story), and my caption writing will make even lesser sense than the EPA explaining why it's more important to protect wild birds/animals in Alaska than to build a road that will save Inuit people's lives (also true story).

(c) 2015 by G.B. Miller. All Rights Reserved.


  1. Replies
    1. Kudos to the man from the South!

      And Gary Owens did the voice. :D

  2. I'm hoping the stress eases up soon. And I don't know the toast reference?

    1. I'm hoping it does too. Powdered Toast Man was a character from the Ren & Stimpy show, which was a seriously warped cartoon show on NickatNight (of all places).

  3. I loved Ren and Stimpy and even own a R&S T-shirt. Wonder why it disappeared.

    1. For the first time, I think there were too many disputes between the original creator John K and Nickelodeon (they actually fired him) for it to last beyond a couple of seasons. The 2nd time, it appeared on The Cartoon Network's Adult Swim and that last only a couple of seasons as well.

  4. Hot and muggy and no sleep sure can suck


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