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Tim Bayer

Won Over By Reality

by Tim Bayer

Tim Bayer

BRIGHTON New York—(Weekly Hubris)—1/7/2013—A funny thing happened at work today. A really funny thing. Actually, it came to me via an email I received while at work and, thus far, it’s gone viral due to my sending it out to various and sundry (and then their sending it out to their own various and sundry).

In the midst of the daily grind, I often encounter something, analog or virtual, that makes me laugh out loud. It may be something that involves me, personally, that I find entertaining but that may not translate well into an online post. Some things that make me laugh, however, I find on the web or receive in an email, and these easily translate into a post sent out to others.

Here is something from the web that I found especially creative, entertaining . . . and just way off the grid of what usually passes for funny. It’s “internationally funny,” as well, though I can’t tell you who the guys are, why they were bored, or which airport was the site of their wildly creative antics. Write in if you know these four, recognize the airport, or can tell me why this is such a funny clip.

So, check out my “Four Bored Guys at the Airport,” and have a brighter day for meeting them. I know I did.

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About Tim Bayer

Tim Bayer, Webmaster, and Assistant Editor of Weekly Hubris, was born and brought up in Webster, New York. He attended St. Bonaventure University, earning a BS in Computer Science, and then worked in the hi-tech world. In 2002 he turned his creative energies to product development and video production with the release of his first independently produced products. When the demand for web site design (TBayer.com) and freelance writing increased, he once again switched skill sets . . . to writing and web work. An avid or, to be more accurate, rabid, disc golfer, he may often be found chasing plastic while in pursuit of the perfect round on a disc golf course, or designing and developing disc golf products for Demogrid.com. He says he “tries to find the humor hidden in everyday experiences, because life is too important to be taken seriously.” (Author photo by Tim Bayer)
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