Monday, July 28, 2008

Rich's Mailbag, part 2

Greetings loyal bird watchers!

My first mailbag was such a success that I decided to do a second one. Not to mention that I receive thousands and thousands of questions and comments every single day related to the Rich Morning Show (debuting Nov. 17th, 2008) and Rich Morning himself. So, with no further ado... let's get to it.

Q. Rich, do you ever get lonely?

A. So, so lonely.

Q. Rich, what's the best way to get on TV?

A. Well, it's important to be attractive, have money and connections. Barring that, you could commit a crime, and then you might at least make the evening news.

Q. Rich, how's your assistant search going?

A. Pretty good. So far I have a seal and a leopard on my short list. But there's a python with a solid resumé that has an outside shot of making it.

Q. Rich, will you marry me?

A. Sorry, but I'm not the marrying type. I'm afraid of commitment, and I have a hard time cleaning up after myself. Other than that, I am perfect in every way.

Q. Rich, why do birds suddenly appear every time you are near?

A. That's my entourage, yo. They like to bask in the presence of greatness.

Q. Rich, if train A leaves Chicago traveling 100MPH and train B leaves New York traveling 150MPH and the distance between the two cites is 600 miles, how far from New York will it be when the two trains meet?

A. I'm an ostrich, not a doctor. But the answer is D.

That's it for this week's mail. Stay tuned for more hijinks. Remember, if you have a question or comment for me, Rich Morning, or the Rich Morning Show (premiering November 17th, 2008) feel free to write me at richmorningATgmailDOTcom!

Peace out!

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Helen said...

Rich,

I have a few questions for you.

1. Which came first: the ostrich or the egg?

2. What's your favourite animal and why?

3. Do you really write this blog, or do you get one of your minions to do it for you?

Hmm, Rich, hmm?

July 28, 2008 at 12:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello Rich,

A few questions I'm dying to ask:

- Is my introduction written in correct english?
- I know quite a lot about ostrich (my uncle used to be one). So, what kind of species are you : S. c. australis, S. c. syriacus, S. c. massaicus, ... ?
- Is my second point written in correct english?


Cheerio
A futur fan

July 29, 2008 at 7:27 PM  

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