Thursday, July 1, 2010

Roy Avery Doesn't Frighten the Alameda Daily Noose and Me


You've gone too far this time, Roger Grumbel. You've insulted the honorable clan of bagpipers, of which I am a proud member, by calling us a "bunch of cowards." You'd better run for the hills, Grumbel, because the next time I see you in a safe, well-lighted, public place with plenty of people around, I'll be asking if you want to call me a coward to my face! We'll see who's the coward then.

Roy Avery,
Bagpiper, peat bog afficionado, and staunch supporter of tartan-oriented development

Editor's Comments:

The Alameda Daily Noose and I are not the least bit frightened by Roy Avery's threat. We feel perfectly safe here at the Alameda Daily Noose World Headquarters, and have been peeking outside at frequent intervals to make sure that we really are safe. Besides, Roy Avery knows that if he ever tried something as reprehensible as speaking to us in public, we would slap a restraining order on him faster than you can say "huge, intimidating Scotsman who must stand at least 5' 4", and who smells menacingly of bluebells and daffodils."


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Anonymous said...

Test nooses and backing those compelled to live in dread. Re: "Second rope found close to Oakland primary school" (, Sept. 8): It has gone to the consideration of the Interfaith Council of Alameda County that on two separate events in the most recent week a noose, or what may have been a noose, was discovered hanging close Chabot Elementary School in Oakland.