Good and lost in a fool’s paradise

Fools flock to Bubbles in the Think Tank.

And by flock I mean that they show up to program a radio show for you every Saturday night.

I know, that sounds like a harsh self-assessment.  So I decided that I should delve more deeply into my questionable foolery.

“A person lacking prudence.”  Check.  Oh, I may look cautious but that usually isn’t enough to stop me.

“A retainer formerly kept in great households to provide casual entertainment and commonly dressed in motley with cap, bells, and bauble.”  Substitute bubble for bauble and pretend we didn’t even have to ask.

“One with a marked propensity or fondness for something.”  A brief perusal of our playlists ought to be enough to convince the greatest doubters among you.

But, if we consider paradise to be “a place or state of bliss, felicity, or delight,” then surely I have found it at Bubbles in the Think Tank.

One reply on “Good and lost in a fool’s paradise”

  1. charisma and the joy of discovering a ‘fools gold’ is a vector you cross with you’re bittt flock of non-seagulls. shall we say, belinda, is the pied piper of music, and she baits us with tantalizing and prudent melodies and words which leads us to the eccentric asylum known as: bubbles in the think tank. can i keep my asylum wrist-band? is that wrong? swak xo s.

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