Clyde’s Corner Episode 2

March 16, 2011
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We are happy to bring you episode two of Clyde’s Corner. After some controversy at the end of episode one, Phil and Clyde were able to patch things up with the help of a camel hypnotist. Questions in this episode: 1. Who do you like better: Gaga, Kesha or Katy Perry? (Mike) 2. What is [...]

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Clyde’s Corner Questions Needed!

February 18, 2011

So I think we can all agree that Clyde’s Corner was a resounding success. Clyde is slightly shocked by the cries of “minstrelsy” after his first viral appearance, but he is taking it all in stride. He is a proud camelid and is literally chomping at the bit to answer more questions. Still distressed over [...]

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Clyde’s Corner: Episode 1

February 14, 2011
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This is the first episode of Clyde’s Corner. Unfortunately, we did not receive that many reader questions, so it is a rather short clip. The questions were: 1. Are baby camels born with a hump? (from Phil’s mom) 2. Is Nelly’s “Just a Dream” basically the same song as TI’s “Whatever you Like?” (from Phil) [...]

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Comments Fixed!!!

February 2, 2011

Those of you that tried to leave a question for Clyde can do so now. There was a problem with our comment system. Please submit your questions in the comments of this post Clyde is a talking camel capable of discussing any quandary you may be grappling with. We encourage you to take advantage of [...]

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Clyde’s Corner – Reader Questions Needed

February 1, 2011
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Sam and I have been spending a lot of time with our neighbor and friend, Clyde. Clyde is a camel of the dromedary variety. He is intelligent, well cultured, and empathetic. And he offers some sage advice. As a new feature on this site, we will be taking reader submitted questions and submitting them to [...]

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Teddy Roosevelt’s Dream…Settling National Parks

January 31, 2011
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This post is part of the “Settling America” series. For more posts in this category, click here. It’s been around a century that America has had it’s National Park system (thanks to Teddy Roosevelt). A man who truly appreciated the beauty and wonder of this great country of ours, our Teddy Bear began an important [...]

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Feedlots and Rocky Mountain Treachery: Kansas to Colorado

January 28, 2011
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We have been away from the game we love for a few days now. We have crossed the through the entirety of Illinois into the fertile land’s of my grandmother’s birth, Missouri (or Mizzurah if you asked her). With a stop at Pappy’s Smokehouse in St. Louis for absolutely mind blowing brisket, ribs and more we traveled on to beautiful Neodesha, KS.

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Settling America – Stop 2 – Chicago

January 23, 2011
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From the cockpit of the Sasquatch, Northern Indiana was soul-destroying. In Chicago, blasted by colder-than-northern-Ohio air, we were soon warmed by burritos, a regional beer selection, and two games of Catan in a friend’s apartment. I’ll be honest, we did not give Chicago a fair shake on this trip. We only spent a night there on our race to the desert. That said, Sam and I have visited Chi-town before and we are familiar with its greatness.

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Settling America – Stop 1 – Northeast Ohio

January 15, 2011
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Our journey begins in Amherst, Ohio where we meet up with Katrina, a long-time friend of Phil’s, over some Garden Vegetable Pesto soup (or something like that) and some other light fare from Panera. Patrons were mostly receptive and excited. We were told to stop filming immediately, but the manager was intrigued herself.

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