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  1. Benito - July 31, 2009

    At some point before the ink dries on our relative obituaries, we’ve got to get together and smoke some cigars and knock back a few Manhattans. I almost cried while laughing at this video.

  2. Mark Storer - July 31, 2009

    You sir, have a sublime sense of humor. Nicely done….

  3. Arthur - August 1, 2009

    Today, I will be putting in a vineyard (yes it’s late in the season, I know) near my home. I am lucky to have the advice of a grower/vintner (Jeff Miller from Artisan Family of Wines) – and some 70 bench grafts he gave me.
    So here’s a comment/question for you:
    To what extent should wine writers/bloggers try their hand at growing grapes and/or making wine?
    May The Flying Spaghetti Monster bless your penis!

  4. Charlie Olken - August 1, 2009

    If this blog turns out to be written by Ron Washam, I am going to be very disappointed.

  5. jimmy - August 1, 2009

    Tom – I like the video blogs. This one made me laugh. Keep em coming.
    Great to meet you briefly at WBC

  6. J. A. Kodmur - August 1, 2009

    Go Tom! The video approach is so fresh and friendly and doesn’t minimize your wit in the least!

  7. el jefe - August 1, 2009

    I got comments on El Bloggo Torcido from the same guy! Suddenly, I feel very honored to be held in the same esteem… Yet I am now mortified that I reported him as comment spam. Oh, capricious winds of fate…

  8. James - August 21, 2009

    Thanks for the laugh.
    I think you’ll appreciate this little story.
    I am sitting in a local cafe waiting for my order to be delivered and decide to go-online for a couple of minutes. (They are nice enough to supply their patrons with free wi-fi access) As I am looking through some older items (wine related of course) I came across your “God Bless You!” post and decide to have a listen. There is a nice buzz in the cafe, so I decide to keep the volume low and not put on my headphones. In retrospect, this was a mistake. As I watch and listen to the post, I am unaware that my server has arrived. As luck would have it (timing is everything isn’t it) “Well thank you too Mr. Penis” is coming forth from my PowerBook’s speakers, which is what, my now horrified server happens to hear. Again, I am unaware at this point that my server has arrived, and I burst into laughter. The look on her face, as well as some of the patrons close to my table was priceless. Following a short explanation, and another viewing of the blog, by a growing group at this point all was forgiven.

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