Of Circus Cats and Aggressive Mimes

First and foremost, there is a thing called Circus Cats, and from what I can tell from youtubes it is precisely what it sounds like, and it is in town this weekend, and I am already fully booked so I can’t go, and I am pretty sure that this is the worst thing that has ever happened to me. On a related note, nothing bad has ever really happened to me, apparently.  This is probably why I have no character depth.

Circus Cats

Photographic evidence indicating that Circus Cats may well be The Greatest Show on Earth.  Next to Revenge.  And Alf.  Who incidentally eats cats.

Speaking of grave misfortune in a comic setting, a UGA student was attacked by an aggressive mime yesterday, leading me to utter the sentimental mantra, “Never change, Athens.  Never change.”  It makes me miss the good ole days when I wore the nom de guerre Defender of Justice and went to the jail like it was my job because it was.  There was a time in the Classic City when all the crazies new me by my mispronounced name, and the bums would say thanks when I gave them my leftover pizza in a box that read “None for Larry Williams!” because Larry was a mean son of a bitch who I had to represent all the time, so Larry Williams gets none!

In other exciting news, I have picked up a new hobby: taking practice exams on the internet.  Right now, I’m obsessed with the Foreign Service Officer Exam.  I might learn supply-side economics yet!

  2 comments for “Of Circus Cats and Aggressive Mimes

  1. Shannon
    March 22, 2013 at 9:25 am

    How could they mispronounce your name? I mean…it’s kinda easy.

  2. Honoria Glossop
    March 22, 2013 at 9:38 am

    Considering the fact that several of my clients wore clothing that gave the appearance that they had survived a shark attack, and that at least one of my clients took off his shoe to talk into it, a’la Get Smart, mispronouncing my simple name was really the least of their problems.

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