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Moe's BBQ North (Denver)
530 Broadway
Denver, CO 80203
Thursdays: 8:00 PM
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11:54 AM, October 31, 2014
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Car Accident Gumby 77

Anarchy Without Stu 75

Dick Fingers 73

Corey's Mom Screwed The Gardner 71

Team Katie 69

12 Days Til My Birthday 68

The Team In Last Place 66

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I swear to drunk I'm not god 43

Sockdrums 35

Scissor Me Timbers 26

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Tues. 8:00 CB & Potts, Broomfield Thurs. 8:00 Moe's BBQ (North), Denver
Logan (Goober)

He's everything you want, he's everything you need. He's everything inside of you that you wish you could be. He says all the right things at exactly the right time, and he means something to you but you don't know why.

I was initially going to write about how The Simpsons, as far as I'm aware, has never done a "The Devil Went Down To Georgia" parody for Treehouse of Horror, which seems like a wasted opportunity. Then I remembered that Matt Groening has done one, but it was on Futurama.

They accurately point out that a solid gold fiddle would be very heavy and sound terrible. How would it have gone with Homer? I don't know, but I bet he wouldn't have tried to beat the crap out of the devil with the fiddle, which is what happened in futurama.

It would certainly be better to have a fiddle made of gold than a fiddle made of gold bears, though. Who would even want just the gold gummi bears? It's like Haribo ran out of food coloring one day and just said "Screw it, slap a new label on and we'll call them special." Same as Pringles and potato chips, for those of you that have never heard Mitch Hedberg's standup and want to believe that I'm remotely creative on my own. I'm not.

What are you guys doing for halloween? I'm going to a party for like two hours, but then I'm going to bed. I love my sleep. Sleep is basically the best thing, and I'm supr looking forward to it. Probably gonna go do it again right now.

Thanks for coming out! See y'all next week!

Moe's BBQ North (Denver)
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11:51 AM, October 24, 2014
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My Couch Pulls Out, Was Recently Cleaned, And Is Available For $45 On Craigslist 78

Featuring The Harlem Globetrotters 70

Frankenbarrymanilowselfesteem 67

Sea Pig Laroux 61

The Hallowinners 61

Do It, Rockapella! 52

Float Like A Butterfly, Stings When I Pee 47

Hallo-losers 35

Kitten Mittens 14

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Logan (Goober)

He's everything you want, he's everything you need. He's everything inside of you that you wish you could be. He says all the right things at exactly the right time, and he means something to you but you don't know why.

Thanks to the Jesus the Tekton question last night, my head is stuck on two things.

First, Kids in the Hall. That was a great show, wasn't it? I think of this because of this sketch. I told you about it last night, so I don't know why I'm explaining again. I suppose it's for the folks who just read the blog but don't actually go to quiz, which is a weird group of people. My dad reads it sometimes, though, so I suppose I can say this is for his benefit.

The Kids in the Hall were great. Still are great, in fact. I'm 100% willing to say they were better than SNL ever was, and since this is my blog, you can't argue! I guess you can post in the comments section, but it's not like I actually read those. I know one guy who reads them, and he shares the gems with me (and others). Way better from my perspective. Jesus The Bad Carpenter is one of my favorites, but there are so many other great ones. I think the #1 for me is "I Speak No English." It's an absurd premise in every conceivable way, but played totally straight. I love comedy like that, and they do it a lot.

The other thing my head gets stuck on is Tektonic Jesus. A series of large Jesus-y plates covering the entire surface of the earth, moving slowly and slamming into each other. Jesus mountains rising high above the land as he collides with himself, Jesus rift valleys forming on the divergent boundaries. He forgives Himself for the collisions, of course. He's cool like that. The valleys are known as "Fissures of Men." 
I've been waiting nearly a week to use that pun, actually. It started out as a joke about the Disciples' buttcracks, because I'm a incredibly childish. It continued this long because I'm a surprisingly patient child, biding my time until it's right to ruin all your days with the worst geology Jesus pun humanly possible, and I did it!

Thank you.

Please come again.

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12:30 PM, October 17, 2014
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Farffle Chainsaw LaRoux 80

Brians, Tigers, and Bears 79

The Clusterfucks 74

Statutory Crepe 73

Juwanna Mann 2: JuwannaStu Jugottastu 72

Albuquerque 70

House of Representin 69

Creatively Lacking 67

What's Shakin Bacon 61

Gwirion 57

Kitten Mittens 51

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Logan (Goober)

He's everything you want, he's everything you need. He's everything inside of you that you wish you could be. He says all the right things at exactly the right time, and he means something to you but you don't know why.

Election season is rolling around, and that means TV commercials are a hellish landscape of bile and vitriol. BS spewing from each side and us, the non-voting-due-to-felony-conviction-tv-viewer, to suffer. I mean, I have a DVR, so I don't have to put up with a lot of it, but it seriously interferes with my Jeopardy watching. 

Speaking of which, wtf Trebek? You grew your mustache back and looked creepy for two weeks while it was coming in (I'm assuming it comes back faster than that, but I know you tape multiple episodes a day). Then as soon as you looked like Trebek Classic, you shaved it off again! Don't tease us like that. It's mean.

But there are some great things that come from voting season. Well, one great thing. I was filling out my ballot yesterday, and I discovered that we have a judge in Colorado named "John Madden." How much would you like to see that courtroom?

Law-talking guy: Objection! Hearsay!

Judge John Madden (addressing the jury): Now, what you just saw, what's going on here, is that... is that the witness right here that was saying what he heard people said, he, he can't do that. That's not allowed. So what's gonna happen is gonna have to be that you just act like he didn't say it. That play didn't happen. That's just great lawyering, right there.

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This is just one small example. But there's so much more possibility to it. I'd WAY rather watch that than Judge Judy. I'd also way rather watch that than listen to Jon Gruden. That guy's just turrible, as Charles Barkley would say. I'd also rather not listen to Barkley, and I don't understand why they let him on TV to talk about a sport he doesn't even play (and one time, child abuse... which he apparently DOES play).

Want more Judge John Madden? Vote to retain him this year! Or don't. Whatever. It may not actually be the John Madden I'm thinking of, but I don't intend to find out.

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