Not sure this will help me with the Canadian vote…

image For those of you following — and in many cases supporting — my pursuit of The Public Blogger’s “Performer of the Year” award, the voting has officially opened tonight for round five! I say “in many cases” because, after seeing tonight’s performance, I may lose the support of Canadian readers.

Yes, all seven of them.

So why am I even taking the risk? Because this week’s challenge required each of the remaining six nominees to create a special presentation showcasing the country of our choice — in the genre we have been nominated in. Since I’m a humorist, I chose Canada! That’s because I figure any country that could give us Justin Bieber must have a good sense of humor.

I guess we’ll see, ey?!? Continue reading

Voting has opened! And so has my Dos Eques…

image Voting for this week’s round of competition for the “Performance of the Year” at The Public Blogger has opened. The remaining six nominees and myself are each presenting the results of our latest challenge, which includes using one whole raw chicken, a set of guitar strings and a an empty shoe box.

Needless to say, it should be an interesting show.

Please follow the link below, which will take you to the live page where all of tonight’s performances are being presented. After you’ve finished, you’ll find the voting booth is at the bottom of the page. Pick your favorite performance and push the “vote” botton.

It’s that simple!

Oh, and don’t forget to wash your hands afterward to prevent the spread of Salmonella…

Just click on the icon below and enjoy the show!

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Your vote could save humanity (another an ugly crier)

image It started with 700 people, now it’s down to seven. No, I’m not talking about the list of Republican presidential nominees. As The Public Blogger’s “Performance of the Year” competition enters its fourth round tonight, seven of us — artists, poets, singers, photographers and one solitary humorist *wink wink* — will be presenting an original piece for this week’s challenge. Along with votes from a panel of incredibly talented judges who are wise and caring people I revere and admire for their genius-level intellect and stunning good looks (and who sometimes read our posts), your vote will determine which one of us gets eliminated from the next round, after which our lives will enter a downward spiral of drinking, gambling, public twerking and Netflix binge watching of “Supernatural.” Continue reading