Luke & Posey, You Guys Rock! (and so do them Bob & Tom fellas)
Specifically, the “Bob & Tom Comedy All-Stars” tour that just came through Shreveport, LA, rocked. And your beloved heroes know this… how? I told you, we rock.
If you’re not familiar, The Bob & Tom Show is a nationally syndicated morning comedy radio show. They sponsor a massive tour starring various “headliner” comedians all over the country.
Yeah, that’s right. While you were sitting there at home, waiting for a new L&P show for the last 2 months, totally NOT laughing… here we were gallivanting around, rubbing the elbows of semi-celebrities, laughing all the way, and not even at our own jokes. If we were you, we would be furious. But we’re not you, and we know that makes you sad. Man, you are so depressed, and so angry! Glad we’re not your government-appointed psychiatrist.
But back to the matter at hand, frownie. You know us mostly as hilarious, kick-ass, slacker dudes, but in reality we are skilled inventors. The video below of Bob & Tom sports director Chick McGee was captured using Posey’s patented “Flower-Cam”. The product should explain itself:
Check it out, Greg Hahn‘s a huge fan! He totally asked for a group picture of us autographing his belly, but we had people to see and, honestly, he was starting to creep us out.
So… about the picture quality. Our Canon “Mach XXXVII” is in the shop, so we had to bring the ol’ Polaroid FunMate 320BW. Which, and if you’re familiar with the model you know this, prints pictures on tiny 2 cm x 3 cm stickers. Luke carefully placed them on his mustache for safe-keeping as the night went on, and when he got home, he used an overhead projector and carbon paper to burn them up on the page here. He’s sort of a technographical genious.
We snapped several more pictures, but we didn’t think you’d want to see them… Luke just had to have nachos, so the only 2 that survived were on the corners of his mouth. If you really want to see Nick Griffin with cheese all over his face, let us know. On second thought, don’t.
When the night was through, Luke & Posey left the Strand Theatre skipping and giggling like schoolchildren who have yet to learn the world is out to destroy them. It felt almost… human.