Thursday, July 12, 2007

GENTLEMEN, the win-win winner of 6 Degrees of Casey Serin to Mahatma Gandhi is…

M. SINGH with his award-winning entry citing such gold nuggets as Mssrs. GANDHI and SERIN’s “early riser” bowel movements.

Woohoo!


Honorable mention goes to second runner up, WAGGA, with his “super callused fragile mystic hexed by halitosis” entry.


Win-Win!



I remain,


Madame AKUBI


P.S. I would like to note that Lou Minatti created the above video.

P.P.S. Given the extraordinary popularity of the 6 Degrees of Casey Serin™ game, perhaps I should consider selling the rights to same lunatic who supposedly purchased IAFF for 20K. Hmmm.

19 comments:

Ogg the Caveman said...

MURST!

Ogg the Caveman said...

Congrats, M. SINGH.

Edgar, AKA Mort said...

Ditto.

Edgar, AKA Mort said...

I tried, but I couldn't do it. I can't be gracious, it's not in my nature.

RECOUNT!

RECOUNT!

RECOUNT!

NotAnOptimist said...

I bow to the honorable M. SINGH.

Akubi said...

OT but I believe I have located Casey's Australia connection!

Akubi said...

As I stated over at EN in regards to the Australia connection:

* Owsley frequents Starbucks

* He lives "off the grid, in the outback of Queensland, Australia where he makes small gold and enamel sculptures and keeps in touch with the world through the Internet."

* He follows a strict all-meat diet

Akubi said...

While perusing the news I also came across this one Foreclosure activity rises dramatically.
Casey sure can pick the winning locations:
California also had the dubious distinction of accounting for six of the nation's top 10 metropolitan areas with the most foreclosure activity per number of households. Stockton, Merced, Modesto and Riverside-San Bernardino were Nos. 1 through 4 on the list. Vallejo-Fairfield was No. 7 and Sacramento was No. 8. Las Vegas was No. 5; Greeley, Colo., was No. 6; Detroit was No. 9 and Miami was No. 10.

Akubi said...


This
sure gives one a lot of faith in the younger generation.

wagga said...

Guess I'll have to save my acceptance speech for another comp. First time, anyway.

By the way, second runner up is same as third? - sort of like a near-miss?

wagga said...

@Akubi re Foreclosure/California

Thats actually 6 of the top 8.

Akubi said...

wagga,
Well Stephanie J's comment is sort of like an award in and of itself. Plus you had some difficult competition.

Ned Kelly said...

Thanks Akubi, Wagga is a countryman of mine. You are very kind.

Lou Minatti said...

Maybe I missed it. Did M. SINGH ever call in tonight?

wagga said...

@Ned

Wiki sez...

"In 1869, 14-year-old Ned was arrested for assaulting a Chinese pig farmer named Ah Fook. Ah Fook claimed that he had been robbed by Ned, whose story was that Ah Fook had a row with his sister Annie."

This is getting way far too complicated for me.

Ogg the Caveman said...

@ Akubi:

This sure gives one a lot of faith in the younger generation.

I couldn't read that. That sort of thing just gets me too worked up.

*scratches cat between the ears*

Akubi said...

The whole thing is far too complicated. I distrust all things complicated!

Akubi said...

Give me thongs, duck dongs, etc. but seedy remedial complications are just too Walt Disney.

Akubi said...

Where the flying F is M. Singh and my missing manifesto?
Not to mention my Oggy baby.