Right back to Sensing the Non-sensical

‘What god hath put asunder, let no Man try to join together’- Epilanomous, unknown Greek philosopher often cited while attempting to appear erudite-
(He also asked ‘Can God make a palindrome so obscure that even He can’t fathom it?’

Ok, here’s today’s challenge:

A HANOI TACO. ‘VOODOO-VANDALS’ ETYMOLOGIST, ‘ULSTER ABACUS’:    ” NIGEL, I GAVE LGA MY NAME; SMS ‘EM! (ANY MAG-LEV-AGILE GINSU CABARET SLUTS): I GO LO; MY TESLA-DNA VOO-DOO VOCATION, AHA.

So, what’s happening here?

A: Easier to unravel than either God or the ancient Greeks might have feared.
Simply a communique from the owner of the ‘Voodoo Vandals’ a Ladies Golfers Association.’ Ulster Abacus’, who despite the name is actually a Serbian who enjoys boasting of his (disputed) descent from Nichola Tesla. While studying linguistics at Queen’s College-Cambridge, he befriended ‘Nigel, an affable character who somehow tolerates ‘Ulster’s seamy tastes.
In this message (from Viet Nam, where Ulster is both enjoying Mexican food and helping to arrange the Association’s next convention, he appears to have gone over the edge, proposing a warm-up floor show with dangerously ‘dangerous and cheap’ dancers.
So we’re are left with one question: will Nigel risk their friendship by telling the lout, finally, to ‘take a hike’?

Guess we’ll all have to wait for this evening’s sleep-walking night-mare continuation.

Hope everyone had as pleasant a New Year’s Eve as possible these days./JS

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5 thoughts on “Right back to Sensing the Non-sensical

  1. punkysleek

    What? You have no comments? I didn’t want to be tedious or repetitive the other day, so I didn’t comment; saying to myself, “He’ll be okay. He’ll get lots of comments.” Now that it’s two days later I can safely say again, Happy New Year!

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    1. solberg73 Post author

      Thanks, sweet of you. (Some posts I myself wouldn’t know what to comment on. Oh, and New Year From Hell so far: lost car keys, 2 days of WWW (walk, wait, and worry) buses, begging for rides, then yet another lost day when I (duh!) somehow couldn’t get it to start. (UM, needs to be in ‘Park’.. I knew that?)
      Btw, I’m waiting for inspired clever from you, Posts, just like olden times. Even pix of the parking lot, ha

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  2. promisesunshine

    I enjoy the word “affable”.
    I must say, the palindrome first with the unpacking afterward works for my little brain.
    New Year’s feels like quite a long time ago.
    I’m proud of myself that I held out less than zero hope that some confirmation thing scheduled for today would yield anything but the expected result. We’re so stuck with this thing.

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    1. solberg73 Post author

      Me too love ‘affable’. I’ve always been easily-affed. probably why we get along well. (smiley-here-)
      As to ‘the confirmation thing’, reminds me of the fellow who told his new shrink: ‘There’s probably nothing you can do about my pessimistic attitude!’

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      1. promisesunshine

        you nailed that.
        I know it’s a joke, but I cannot comprehend the idea of going to a new shrink with that attitude. I attempt comprehension because I know it’s not really a joke at all.

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