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Tuesday, December 13, 2005

And this years "That's Life!" awards go to.............

The funniest quote on a blog: " End internet poetry. Together we can make a difference."

Funniest person: Ted Aukerman. Hands down. Ted's more serious side can be seen at
http://teddyauk.blogspot.com

Best Value: A loaf of pumpernickel rye bread marked half-price down to $1.35.

Best spouse: Aunt Josefina. (not my aunt but my wife's chosen blog identity)
Read about her life at http://pawnandaqueenbee.blogspot.com

Best Blog Movie Review: Check out the Replicant at http://cinerobot.blogspot.com
You may not always agree, but he loves a good comment.

Best Minister of Groove: Bill Hatfield. Hands down. See and watch the Groovemeister every
Sunday morning at 1st Community Church, Oktaha, Ok.

Best purveyor of fine food: Roy Roberson. Roy may show up later as Best Guitarist I
personally know.

Funniest Dance Mix: Google the words "concerned pastor" and listen and dance to your hearts
content.

Best Movie that I Can Watch Over and Over: "Joe vs. the Volcano" Maybe I am the Joe in the
movie. You never know.

Best singer I personally know: Shannon Crary (known as "Red" to her family).

Drama Queen in a non-Drama situation: My daughter Carly. May she take her " Deep, dark,
mysterious beauty" and become a deep, dark, mysteriously beautiful young woman.

Best antagonist in a family type drama: That would be my daughter Cassidy. She is the " little
sister and, well, you get my drift.

Person whose life most mirrors a Jerry Seinfeld episode: That would be me. The crazies just keep
on comin' and I'm stuck in the middle.

Best guitarist I personally know. That would be me. Just kidding,Roy. That would be you,
Roy Roberson. Only because I don't know B. B. King or Eric Clapton personally.

Best Blogs: This is a tie: Saur's blog can be read at http://franklysaurkraut.blogspot.com
and Jamie Dawns blog may be read at http://jamiesmindlessblather.blogspot.com

Best BBQ in the State of Oklahoma and maybe the world: If you're ever in Oklahoma traveling
down Highway 69, stop by JL's BBQ in Pryor, OK for quite possibly "The Most Perfect Food in
the World!" say hi to Aunt Lil for me.

More of "That's Life!" Best of 2005 Later.

23 comments:

Badoozie said...

sounds great, these awards. now what sort of prize do these people get, or statue, what have you?

now if your life resembles seinfield, who is cosmo kramer?

Saija said...

i did a quick perusal of your blog ... and i enjoyed myself!

my husband suffers from major health issues as well (chronic pain for over 20 years - which means no working at all for all that time) ... i hope that your health will improve ... that the problems can be cured ...

blessings to you as you journey on!

uncle joe said...

SUSIE, I have a few slices of that pumpernickel rye bread left that I will be sending out as "That's Life!"awards". Cosmo would be my friend the Minister of Groove, Bill.
Thanks Saija, I enjoyed your blog too.

PrayerfulMom said...
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uncle joe said...

Okay PrayerfulMom you can be Elaine, But you can't tell anybody that you and Kramer are now married.

Ted said...

When I was in school i was constantly being told to stop being funny. This award makes all the detentions and special ed classes worth it.

uncle joe said...

TED, your slice of pumpernickel bread is in the toaster now!

Ted said...

Do you deliver?

uncle joe said...

Ted, I forgot about your Kramer hair. I may well have two Kramers in my life. My cup runneth over. Yes, I deliver, but only for you.

Aunt Jo said...

I hope you have a "special" slice of bread for me! :)

Aunt Jo said...

I would like to thank the academy for all your support this past year. Without it I would not be the person I am today. Please no applause, but feel free to send cash......

:0)Thank you for this great honor Uncle Joe. You're the best blogger I know personally, well besides Ted Honey. :P

uncle joe said...

Auntie J, don't you have work to do? We have bills to pay.........

McSwain said...

Well, now I know where to visit if I ever ge to Oklahoma! Thank you for dropping by my place--it's so nice to meet you!

Pirate said...

Thanks for swinging by my blog. I like what I see in yours. The list of bests for the end of the year is a great idea.

Badoozie said...

all i can think about when you say pumpernickel is that stupid barney song from when my son was little bitty.

Jamie Dawn said...

Thank you, thank you (blush, blush).

I don't like the movie Joe vs. the Volcano at all, but I LOVE Seinfeld. I hope this doesn't affect my blog standing in your eyes.

uncle joe said...

Joe vs. the Volcano has a small cult following. The Island portion of the movie is indeed silly, but there are many spiritual lessons to be gleaned from the movie. Maybe I can address them some day for all 4 of my readers.

Jessica said...

Thanks for stopping by. Enjoyed the list.

Aunt Jo said...

Joe, if you are reading this you are a bad boy...you are supposed to be on a fast from blogging today ! Gotcha !!! ???

steff81 said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'd send you some left overs, but I'd hate for you to have a repeat of one post down from this one. I'm only watching out for your intestinal health! And by the way, I also share this bathroom sense of humor so I found it incredibly funny!

FTS said...

I am a regular reader of both Saurkraut and Jamie Dawn. Excellent choices.

Jamie Dawn said...

Years ago, my hubby and I endured Joe vs. the Volcano. I really like Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan, but their talents were wasted on this movie. I was wishing it would end. There may be lessons, as you say, but I was too bored to learn a thing. It has been a long time since I saw it, so I don't remember specifics. It just wasn't my cup of tea. I remember my hubby and I both said we thought the movie was dumb. Sorry if these opinions are like knives plunging into you.
You should do a post on why you like it so much. It may lessen my loathing of the flick a bit.

uncle joe said...

Not so much knives but maybe wet noodles. The audience for Joe was/is divided. I'll try and plan a post on Joe for after the New Year sometime. Thanks