Ramblin, Ramblin, Ramblin

Taking a page from Dr. Anonymous, I recorded a video for this post.  But there is a problem: it\’s long.  Sorry about that, but I got rambling about all sorts of things.  To somehow make it possible for people to listen to any of it without falling into catatonia, I\’ve broken it up into smaller parts.  This will let you listen now and come back for more later (like coming back for more hemorrhoid surgery).
Let me know if you enjoy this.  A deafening silence will tell me otherwise.

Enjoy.

Introduction to the Ramble

Rambling about blog posts, part 1

Rambling about blog posts, part 2

Ramblings about podcast (shorter ramble)

This week\’s Flathead police blotter highlights, plus a bonus highlight

4 thoughts on “Ramblin, Ramblin, Ramblin”

  1. Trying to be like me? Stop that right now – lol. You are the fastest rising star in the podcast world and leaving the rest of us in the dust. I look forward to talking with you on my show later this month. I mean, hey, I need the ratings. Cheers!

  2. Trying to be like me? Stop that right now – lol. You are the fastest rising star in the podcast world and leaving the rest of us in the dust. I look forward to talking with you on my show later this month. I mean, hey, I need the ratings. Cheers!

  3. I love reading the police blotters in our local paper from the neighboring small town. My favorites were the wife who called because her husband wouldn’t move out of the way of her television watching and the person who was stopped for traveling down the road in a motorized wheelchair. Police instructed the former on proper use of the emergency phone service and gave the latter a ride to their doctor appt. No marauding goats or riotous cow mobs.It was a bit disconcerting to come back from vacation, click on this page to see what was happening in the world of Dr. Rob and have all the heads start moving and talking at once. Quite the cacophony. Once I convinced them to take their turn, it was an enjoyable listen. You have my vote to do this again.

  4. I love reading the police blotters in our local paper from the neighboring small town. My favorites were the wife who called because her husband wouldn’t move out of the way of her television watching and the person who was stopped for traveling down the road in a motorized wheelchair. Police instructed the former on proper use of the emergency phone service and gave the latter a ride to their doctor appt. No marauding goats or riotous cow mobs.It was a bit disconcerting to come back from vacation, click on this page to see what was happening in the world of Dr. Rob and have all the heads start moving and talking at once. Quite the cacophony. Once I convinced them to take their turn, it was an enjoyable listen. You have my vote to do this again.

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