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Friday, October 13, 2006

And the Money Just Kept On Rolling In

Lacking a guitar, a sense of rhythm and the ability to carry a tune, The Swami has forsaken the three-stringed Mongolian Shadaz for the XM-Ra-dio which I have almost mastered. Until gaining sufficient proficiency to go on tour, however, The Swami is looking at a number of ways to pay the expenses for keeping his yaks properly groomed.

If you would like to sign up for any of these opportunities, or would just like to send Swami a very large check, please let me know. These are some of my current ideas.

Franchises:
Door-to-Door Yak Sales & Service
Turban Rewind Shops
Drive-thru Yak Grooming & Detailing
Yak Rent-to-Own (Swami must editorialize here: rent-to-own shops are an unconscionable blight on society, preying on those least able to afford them. However, it is The Swami's firm belief that anyone wanting to rent a yak must have more money than they know what to do with)

Since Swami's parents are both deceased, Swami is an orphan and therefor may consider being adopted. Please forward your financial statements and a good-faith deposit of $6,835,947.18 so you may be considered as adoptive parents. [The receipt and clearing of your check will probably be sufficient indication that you are wacky enough to qualify].

5 Comments:

At 10:35 PM, Blogger Susan Gets Native said...

Well, I officially came out as the Swami's daughter-in-law. It was time.
And you don't need to be adopted! You have the Swamette, Grandma Swametti, Sons-of-Swami, two little Swamis-in-training, your pack animals Roxy and Butterscotch (who would be great at sled pulling in the Himalayas) and now a wide fan base of Swami-philes.

 
At 10:59 PM, Blogger Shannon said...

Exactly what is included with the Yak detailing?

 
At 11:52 PM, Blogger The Swami said...

The yak detailing is one of our more elaborate and costly procedures. After the drive-thru wash and rinse, the final part is the full-body yak wax. Unfortunately we have not quite perfected the the full-body yak wax. But as soon as the casts come off of our yak waxers, we'll have the detailing up and running again -- or perhaps it will be the waxers who will be running.

You will be eligible for the Friends & Fakirs discount

 
At 9:34 AM, Anonymous Janeyms said...

I've come to the realization that I MUST move back to the Ohio River Valley...there is just entirely too much going on out there these days. Where were the Yak detailers, sales and service when I attended Glen Este High School. Was there a franchise in Mount Carmel or Batavia???

 
At 11:19 AM, Blogger The Swami said...

Jane,
You are really in luck. Both the Mt. Carmel and Batavia areas are still available for various yak franchises. You might want to look for a house with extra wide door ways for your housebroken yaks.

 

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