Saturday, June 14, 2008

My Twelfth Blog Entry

Dear Blog,

As of yet no reply from my manager at Carnegie Hall regarding my sold-out series of shows as a singer-songwriter. Perhaps later in the week I will hazard a phone call as the method of e-mail inspires unworthiness. Here is a transcript of the e-mail. If you have any suggestions for my attemptation, please inform me of such and I shall re-send the piece in order for optimum singer-songwriter.

Here is my portion of the correspondance so far.

From: Jonas Dickinson
Sent: June 13, 2008 10:06:12 AM

To Whom It May Concern:

My name is Jonas R. Dickinson and I am a popular Singer-Songwriter, the R. stands for Rudolf, who has written a total of seven complete and beautiful songs of varying genres. I was Poet Laureate of the United States of America for some time. I was wondering if your fine Hall would adapt to my running of one week, of perhaps more when the tickets sell too swiftly, of musical shows as a Singer-Songwriter. Simply contact me if this will be the unvarying infallible case.

Thank you very much for your scintillation,
Jonas R. Dickinson

That is my portion of the correspondance.

In other news I have become a Facebook in recent times and am attempting to garner many friends in order to boost my popularity as a singer-songwriter. If you would like to be my friend, simply become friendly with me.



Persephone said...

My dearest Jo-Dick,

That's a lovely picture on your profile. Unfortunately, it's not you, is it? Littleradge, for all his blocking tendencies toward you, is a nice guy, as are you, right? So, in the name of niceness, goodness, peace, harmony, and tranquillity (to say nothing of legality), how about posting a profile picture of your gracious self?

Very best wishes (really),
Persephone (the un-Sharon)

Persephone said...

Dearest Jo-Dick,

"Measurance of honourance" or no, if the delightful and usually even-tempered littleradge should turn out to be inflammable, you might want to stay on the right side of the law. (Perhaps you could choose the image of a delightful, inflammable dead person? How about the forgotten poets of centuries? They tend to not be able to litigate...)

Best regards,