Thursday, November 26, 2015

THANKS

Thanks for reading the last ten years.   I thought the blog party was cool, but now I see in New York there's a whole big PARADE.   With giant balloons and Broadway stars freezing their asses off.   And later there are football games.  Really?   That's above and beyond.    It's just one little blog -- to make today a National Holiday -- well, that's almost more gratitude than I deserve.  But I really appreciate it.  I think I'll have a big turkey dinner to celebrate.  And hey, I just got an idea.  Although I can't have all of you here, maybe if you had your OWN turkey dinner tonight it would feel like we were all celebrating together.  Just a thought.  Again, THANKS.    And happy holidays.

Ken

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Rockettes?
Really Ken, don't you think you went over the top just a little for your anniversary?

Mighty Dyckerson said...
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Anonymous said...

Thanks for the 10 years, Ken. Despite what SOME people think, it is a fun ride. Even when it's not about MASH or baseball or writing, it's entertaining.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone.

Pam, St. Louis

404 said...

Thanks for the daily laughs, Ken. Happy Thanksgiving to you and everyone else who reads this blog. Yes, even that one guy. It takes a lot of love and commitment to take time out of every single day to show up here and write some insults. You should feel special, Ken. I doubt he does that for OTHER blogs. Just sayin'.

kent said...

People read this blog because Ken is "trying to be funny" and consistently succeeds. So, Ken, thanks for the recent reruns but now it's time to return to work. Enjoy your turkey, watch a little football, and then get back to being funny!

Stephen Marks said...

Happy Thanksgiving from Canada to you Ken and your family and thank you for the hard work you've put into this site. I will write the exact same thing next year and add "from the home of the World Series Champion Toronto Blue Jays" I haven't thought this much about turkey since I watched the last episode of Kelsey's "Hank"

Cap'n Bob said...

Thanks for the insights, laughs, and trivia, Ken. You should be a writer. Bada-bing, bada boom!

blinky said...

Thanks for being interesting enough to be the only thing I read almost everyday other than email and Facebook. Special thanks for the pictures of Natalie Wood. Btw, how is your investigation into that going?

Peter said...

Thanks to you, Ken, for a great blog!

Lyle said...

Ken: Picked up this link over on Yahoo.com. Thought you might enjoy it . . . it seems to me, if memory serves me correctly, you had a little bit to do with "Cheers."

Though you didn't write this episode, I reckon it may evoke a giggle or two.

Best.

lyle e davis
editor/publisher
The Paper
http://www.thecommunitypaper.com

https://www.yahoo.com/tv/cheers-thanksgiving-orphans-episode-true-story-054056375.html

H Johnson said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours from me and mine. Aloha and mucho mahalo for adding to the spice of life.

Your friends in the islands.

Mike said...

Thanks, Ken. And best wishes.

November 03, 2012: Johnny Walker as Studio Exec #2 said:
It's for this very reason that I've decided to start an inner-city Mime Workshop. Nothing captures the feeling of social disenfranchisement and urban decay better than a man trapped in an invisible box. Especially if he's wearing a beret.

February 23, 2015: Cap'n Bob said:
Patricia Arquette accepted her own Oscar because Sacheen Littlefeather was unavailable.

Howard Hoffman said...

Your giving of the thanks is momentous. We should name this day for that. Happy Ken Says Thanks To People Day. Catchy.

Chester said...

...What Stephen Marks said. Go Jays. Thanks, Ken. Happy Thanks Giving to all you Americans. (Even though I'm flummoxed with your fascination with Trump, the Kardashians, guns, and that a segment of your population that insists that black lives don't matter.)

Johnny Walker said...

Congrats again! Here's hoping I make the 20th anniversary blog party. BTW - Is it possible that you've had the world's first blog party? I've never heard of one before!

DrBOP said...

Geeez, it's been a couple of days now, and I STILL can't figure out which one of those dancers is you.....the one in the middle?



Keep on chooglin'!

Mike said...

Just sneaking back after everyone else has gone. You know, it's strange how the ten year review of the highlights of your blog has coincided precisely with Thanksgiving. It's as though the Gods have made their judgement and chosen a winner:
"Is that a roasted turkey I see before me?"
"No, it's a chicken in blackface."