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You Can’t Film and Bowl

Posted on Mar 13, 2009 by billsimmon in Life of Bill, people I want to get drunk with, social media, vermont, Video | 4 Comments

Tweet-n-Bowl – Spare Time in Colchester, Vermont – March 12, 2009…



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  1. It’s like I was really there!

  2. On March 14, 2009, MGP said:

    Look at you with the bowling ball and the camera. That’s CRAZY! Now I’ve seen it all.

  3. On March 15, 2009, Rob said:

    No “Dude” the camera goes in the ball.

  4. I have never been so moved and excited about any other peanfrmroce art in my life. It had all the ingredients of a good play. In fact why not a play so the world would see the hidden message which is: we all put on our pants one leg at a time, we all go potty and some of us wash our hands afterwards. Some employees are supposed to wash their dirtly little manos at times and I don’t see evidence of this in your little segment. I have always believed that videos in the bathroom are the only place they should be legally. If a person is working in food service and he isn’t washing his or her hands than we are all at risk of hepitis or worse. Lets see a peanfrmroce where you go and pretend you are installing video cameras. I bet people would freak. This is the last bastion of privacy you see. In California where I live it is against the law to video people in restrooms. I know because I was a reporter at a college newspaper and we had a rash(pun intended) of breakin vandalism that was causing the schools millions of dollars through the years. Could we put in a vidio camera? NOOOOOOOOOOOo!Can you put a video in a dressing room in a store selling clothes. Nooooooo!!We will not have our private parts photographed in American unless of course you are in jail and then of course there anything goes. I was asked to perform at the Chicago theater that put on The Gong Show and I couldn’t make it. Need a huge older blues singer to pull off a sting? I mean peanfrmroce. I will come anywhere and pay my own expenses. How about I set up shop in front of stores and sing blues songs for a quarter. You could have a tap dancer and we could call ourselves The American Idolitry talent show. In fact thats it. A talent show put on anywhere they go for it until they realize what is going on. I tell you its priceless!

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