Wednesday, March 30, 2005


Days of April poised to be chronicled

Here comes April and that means some big Cotolo Chronicles programs and other great days of celebration.

April 4 is Tell-A-Lie Day
Today, drop a few lines like, “My father was the King of Spain once,” and feel bigger than life.

April 7 is Paul Williams Day
At Cotolo Chronicles, rock journalist, author and philosopher Paul Williams is the guest.

April 9 is Winston Churchill Day
Who among us doesn’t respect that rotund English bloke who chewed on cigars and sold more action figures than any other World War II personality?

April 13 is Blame Somebody Else Day
Anything you have done that is bad cannot be all your fault. The percentages are against that. So today, look back and accuse others of your mistakes, misdemeanors and mayhem.

April 14 is Professor Lawrence Lessig Day
At Cotolo Chronicles, Professor Lawrence Lessig, guru of the new copyright, is the guest. Indie artists are urged to learn about intellectual properties and the potency of their protective measures.

April 20 is Look Alike Day
Get together with your neighbors, coworkers and especially your dentist, and make an effort to put your individuality aside. It’s not all about you, after all.

April 21 is Matt Mungle Day
At Cotolo Chronicles, Academy Award winning make-up man Matt Mungle is the guest.

April 24 is National Pigs In A Blanket Day
Pigs are violent creatures and have been known to rip humans apart and eat them. So, today, enjoy a good serving of bacon and if you get a chance, put a blanket over a pig and suffocate the disgusting beast.

April 27 is Tell A Story Day
If you don’t have one, I can write you one, a short one, for only $29.95. Contact me.

April 28 is Kentucky Derby Special
At Cotolo Chronicles, a nationally known racing journalist is the guest to talk about the 2005 Kentucky Derby, a great event that makes a horseplayer out of everyone.

April 30 is National Honesty Day
Congress will not be in session.

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