The UnBEARable Snarkiness of Being

Really, sometimes real life just makes it too easy to be snotty and make fun of something I hear about on the news. An actual radio station in Calgary, Alberta determined that because their listeners were getting much of their news from abbreviated social media sites, like Facebook and Twitter, that maybe their listeners were thinking that the songs they listened to were way too long.

I am not making this up.

But I am going to make fun of it.

Aren't you done yet?

Aren’t you done yet?

There is some understandable and justifiable backlash coming from the recording artists whose songs are being butchered, and rightly so. ย What’s next? Is someone going to walk into my gallery and ask just to buy the “best” part of the painting? Maybe so.

Be the Bear
Bob T. P…(shortened due to waning attention span of readers)

12 thoughts on “The UnBEARable Snarkiness of Being

  1. sparshall

    Anybody want to buy half of one of my books? You can’t have the half that reveals the solution to the mystery. Sorry.

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      I mostly only listen to NPR (National Panda Radio) which is where I get many of my ideas. In the article, there were comments by some of the recording artists who are justifiably pissed.

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  2. Vicky Vladic

    Bob T. P you are way too clever and way too funny!!
    Now how would the pandas halve a cuppycake? Would they split it so you get some cake and some frosting, or would they slice it so you get just the frosting or just the cake?
    I think I will make some cuppycakes and experiment ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Panda in Chief Post author

      I think they would just bite it in half, then eat that half too. No abreviated cuppycakes for them. :o)
      BTW, I just finished a possible cover image. I will send it to you after I scan it. :o)

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        1. Panda in Chief Post author

          Glad you like it. It is a take off on a Rene Magritte painting of a man in a suit whose face is obscured by an apple.

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