Thursday, July 16, 2009

Guest Post: ' Ghost Town'


Guest Post by Kevin: ' Ghost Town'

Well, I saw this guy put a whole town up for sale on ebay. What would you do if you where given a ghost town. Town included, bar, hotel, post office, whore house, general store and jail. You can't sell your town to pay for a clone of Jake to work the blog.

24 comments:

  1. Obviously visit the whore house...Next question.

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  2. I would try to get three friends invest in a section of the ghost town under me, with the assumption that they are each going to find three friends to invest in a section of the ghost town under them....and so on.

    So that I am not misleading...I am not selling a product, but an investment opportunity that will make everyone very very rich. To quote a good friend, "what’s the worst that could happen? You could lose a few hundred dollars?"

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  3. I am in Eric. Casey, all you are going to find in the whore house is dust...you have to stock it first. But if you follow Erics plan, your house would be full in no time.

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  4. You can't call a whore house a "Whore House" if there aren't any whores already in it. Let me guess, the bar doesn't have any booze and the hotel doesn't have any vibrating beds? This is the shittiest town ever. No wonder someone's trying to sell it an online garage sale.

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  5. Well the hotel has coin beds...but no the bar only has this drink called Enfusion.

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  6. Ohhhh I see what happened, the town went broke because the bar was charging everyone $160 a month for a couple of cases of nuclear horse piss.

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  7. Nationally market it as the most extensive and extreme paintball environment in the world. Organize week long team death matches. The idea is to take over and hold the town.

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  8. Buy it, stock it with cattle and charge people just under the cost of a plane ticket to Cambodia to shoot an RPG at it.

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  9. Matt - great idea, I have $5.oo. Can you cover the rest?

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  10. you don't have very much money

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  11. I personally think I would lobby the railroad to get them to come to town.

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  12. Are you joking? There are so many problems with that idea, Kevin. It's hard to interpret jokes over blog comments.

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  13. Hahahaha, that is what makes blogs fun

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  14. I'm still not sure if your terrible idea was a joke or not.

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  15. I am starting to think that this is worse than not having a blog.

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  16. Tell you what, tomorrow, I'll do a post on Obama's baby mama drama health care plan...Also, does anyone else see something wrong with the math when the following conversation occurred:

    A: Most people in America don't have health insurance.

    B: When you say "Most" do you mean more than 50%?

    A: Yeah

    B: And you know there's over 300 million people in America right?

    A: Yeah.

    B: Did you know the uninsured rate is less than 50 million?

    A: Yeah.

    B: Hmmm

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  17. I'm pretty good at math and that looks about right Casey.

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  18. Ok. See, I'm not good at math, so I wasn't sure. Thanks, Brett...

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  19. Yep, looks good...anyways...what's going on with South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford(R) these days???

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  20. Screw this, the ghost town does not have a hospital so we are all good. Just have to wait for Amtrak or the Wells Fargo Coach

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  21. He should have announced is cheating the day after Michal died.

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  22. Its a sad day when Open Mic Friday falls through the cracks.

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  23. Yes Casey...I completely agree. Obama's healthcare plan is better in some ways but worse in other ways......Oh wait...Casey hasn't posted yet has he?

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  24. I just though Casey thought it was perfict and that he had nothen to say.

    MB3K

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