Sunday, July 12, 2009

Jim Crandall has suggested that Frank and I should post a daily topic to start the day off. I think it's a great idea. The first topic of the day is: Should we start a petition calling for Jim Crandall's resignation from the Town Crier. Give us your thoughts.


  1. I set you up with a stellar Blog site, I dress you and pose you, quite professionally I might add, for the incredible portrait at right, I teach you how push all the right buttons, I make you, in effect, a bigger frog in the pond scum of life, and this is the thanks I get?

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  3. Well, that's the thing about bad advice Jim.You really should'nt take it.
    But if your going to is'nt a comfort to know you have us to turn to?
    We are right here for you buddy & were not leaving.

  4. Jim, you're the one who suggested a topic. You should've known that we, of all people, would chomp on the hand that feeds us

  5. It is so comforting to know that I can rely on your loving support during the hard times. It's like having a goose down comforter — on a barbed-wire bed.

  6. you're on my last nerveJuly 24, 2009 at 4:10 PM

    Conor, You are confusing us simple minded, don't change the way we
    do things, enormously hung, Idyllwild folks. (And that's the women.) Where in hell do you want us to post the bucking flogs?
    Old, new, top, bottom. Make up your blooding mind. Perhaps you should let the younger stallion make a few decisions. No wonder they
    fired you as hostess at Aroma.

  7. Dear on your last nerve,
    Simple minded? Boy you're not kidding. Let me put it to you simply, you will notice that at the bottom of every "post", not to be confused with a "comment", there is a place to make a comment. I believe it says "comments" you may make your comment there. We kind of like to spread the comments out so we don't have to scroll through 150 comments to get to the lastest one. So you may take your comments, roll them in whatever your "simple mind" prefers and stick them in any post you want. And to set the record straight, I wasn't fired from Aroma, I quit, there are some things an out of work actor won't do... like work

  8. Dear Brohos,
    I have heard not only are Idyllwildians wearing Idyllbeast tee shirts, but now they are appearing in Bromantic garb. Is this the new dress code for the townies? Idyllwild Fashionista

  9. Anytime you're readyJuly 28, 2009 at 8:52 PM

    Hey Bro's, What should two guys do when their blog is getting a little boring and lackluster? Is it the quality of the questions or the bad advice givers themselves that are to blame?
    Maybe they should consider bringing in a third Bro, who can offer a little sophistication along with true down and dirty, gutter advice.
    Let's open this blog up for nominations for a likely suspect worthy of
    your company, who will spark the interest of the avant garde set of Idyllwild. Let's see now, who would qualify.......

  10. Dear Idyllwild Fashionista, I believe the term you are looking for is Bromantic Coulture. We are also very excited about the release of the bro-thong or B-string as we will probably call it,with the launch of our womens line, Bomantica's Secret.

  11. Dear Anytime you're ready,Dispensing bad advice can be a tricky thing.Conor feels that a little bad advice can go a long way when acted upon consistantly, while I myself believe that the only real good advice is bad advice, lots of it. There are many arm chair quarterbacks in this very competitve field but you have to be willing to do the work and push the limits.It's not for everybody.But of course the real problem with a third Bro is jealousy.Conor gets very jealous.

  12. Frankie Machine FanJuly 29, 2009 at 12:50 PM

    Who could blame him? Anyone that close to you would be jealous of a potential threat. Watch out Lori!

  13. Dear fashionista,

    Every self respecting female in Idyllwild should consider the "Bromantic" t-shirt a fashion must. Carry one around in your purse for that unexpected moment. In the words of the late, great Karl Malden (whom I personally worked with and was a huge fan of Bromantic culture) "Don't leave home without one"!


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