Richard and Poon Review “Hoobastank” and Hammers

RICHARD

Hey There Hi There Ho There Webnet Folks,

I’ve been so excited to write this week’s review that I nearly punched a hole in the wall. Then I had trouble unwrapping a hard candy and actually did punch a hole in the wall – with my foot! Oopsie on me, but if YOU had the chance to review the new album from the greatest musicians of all time – Hoobastank! The way they play those instruments and sing at the same time is just awe-inspiring – I can’t even get near a string instrument without breaking out into hives and/or tears. Well, there I sat, Discman at the ready, when I encountered a bit of a problem; that darned plastic shrink wrap just would NOT come off. I don’t know if they intended to make it so frustrating that I wound up burning the whole dang thing on my hot plate, but if they did then I just have to go ahead and confes s that I just don’t get today’s music – what happened to you, Hoobastank? AVOID AT ALL COSTS!

Richard

POON

Hello Webnetters. Poon here. Beware of trees. Especially their limbs.

On my walk earlier today, as I was working on “smelling the roses”, I felt a severe pain strike me in the top of my head. At first I was terrified because of my fear of people with hammers. I thought someone with a hammer had run up behind me and WHAM! My F.U.H.G (Fear of Unusual Happenings Group) Group Leader tells me every week that it is VERY unlikely this would ever happen to anyone and that maybe to overcome my fear I should watch a few construction shows in order to see the most common places and uses for hammers. Extreme Makeover Home Edition, with all its hammers, made me vomit in my lap. I got so mad, I threw the mess at the T.V.

Back to my walk, I felt this pain-making-hammer fall to the ground only to look down and see it was only a tree limb, albeit a very LARGE tree limb.

My advice: Wear a helmet when you go for a walk.

Do things drop on your head?

TTFN,

Poon

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