Saturday, July 31, 2010

The spectacular entertainment continues

Unfortunately, Ed McMahon is not around so there's no reason to have a tote board. But we're falling behind people. I've had actually more people drop out. This is the first telethon that lost money. Is that even possible?

I'm trying to get enough new Twitter followers to at least be as popular as the guy who tweets knock-knock jokes.

And while you're signing up, enjoy our fine entertainment. You'll want to sing along with this one. The actual Eurovision winner in 1969, here's Lulu singing the haunting "Boom Bang-a-Bang".

11 comments:

Gary said...

I don't know whether to fall on a sword or put the gun in my mouth. If I timed it right, I could do both. Where's Norm and Cliff? Carla and Rebecca? Hell, where's Andy Andy?????????

Twit-twitterer said...

Hard to believe you don't have eleventy-billion followers with this kind of content, Ken. Really quality stuff.

Simon H. said...

It's times like these you need Sally Struthers out there crying for your support. Get that, and you got at least 3 more followers for sure.

Simon H. said...

That, or Carl Lewis and his "inspiring" rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner.

Tom Wolper said...

When Jack Van Impe chews us out I'll know you're serious.

Anonymous said...

In the words of Robert W. Morgan, Tina Delgado is a...Lulu!

Paul Duca said...

How did I wind up as Anonymous?

mcp said...

More pointless fact checking:

In 1969 there was a 4-way tie between Spain, the UK, the Netherlands and France. Without a tiebreaker, all four were declared winners. And you thought "American Idol" voting was screwed up.

blogward said...

Her heart goes 'boom-bang-a-bang loud in her ear'. What, was she in a car wreck?

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

I like Lulu, but this song isn't cutting it.

WV: Ophned. Buckwheat without parents.

Matt Patton said...

Compared with most Eurovision entries, this is actually pretty good. Which gives you an idea of the quality of most Eurovision song entries. Also, Lulu was an honest-to-goodness professional singer. Isn't that like sending professional basketball players to The Olympics or something?