chocolate chaos - 2006-10-08 14:50:00
how about "uncle bob"?
awittykitty - 2006-10-08 16:51:52
There's always Roberto el Tabasco de Great-o for the Hispanic audiences!
1709 - 2006-10-08 18:14:41
howsabout Lance (Take Off Your Pants) Yelvington?
Me - 2006-10-08 22:30:34
That's my room number, fuckface.
Andrew - 2006-10-08 23:11:28
The plane part of that entry was hilarious. I am so jealous, I have always wanted to figure out hypnosis, man you make me want to become a hypnotist. For your stage name I would just go with something simple, like Brainfucker.
Brandi - 2006-10-09 00:33:08
Why don't you use your newfound talent to start a cult? Why charge an hourly fee when you can take houses and cars?!?
boredlaura - 2006-10-09 04:22:38
Uncle Bob being an "obnoxious assholiest hypnotist"? Who'd of thunk it?
Barry - 2006-10-09 09:37:24
The Amazing Marzipan
cosmic - 2006-10-09 09:57:35
How about Psyco-Sam the Phlim-Phlam man? Actually, I went online and looked at a bunch of booking sites. It seems as though the ones with the most referrals just used a first and last name. Nothing showy. Then they list that they can do an R rated or G rated show. There is big money made, you are right. Since you will be spending most of your money putting your son through school, why not re-invent yourself as "Sonny Whendt"
Squeakzilla - 2006-10-09 16:04:03
I suggest an illiteration-type name. Rob Robinson, for example is easy to remember. Bill Bell, Sonny Samson, etc. Seems celebs sometimes use this technique. Or, maybe select a name with a subliminal message like Phillip Steele or Bennie Dover or Morris Cash.
1709 - 2006-10-09 22:34:49
Emerson Biggins would work. Or maybe Pat McGroin.
Anonymouse - 2006-10-10 09:33:42
Come to Nebraska, UB. I have some people that you could hypnotize for me. And never unhypnotize. bwahahaha
Genghis - 2006-10-10 09:53:59
How about The Amazing John Karr, Child Hypnotist
Natalie - 2006-10-10 13:19:26
Why not just use Uncle Bob as your stage name? Names like "The Amazing..." or "Magnificent..." really sound cheesy. Also, I thoroughly enjoyed your wonderful depiction of the Spanish language. I am glad that no one is in the office with me right now because I was literally LOL (and I don't typically do that when I'm reading blogs - only yours does that to me, you dirty ol' man, you).
Jamie - 2006-10-10 13:20:16
I'm so happy for ya UB!
Yo - 2006-10-11 15:15:26
Not to pile on, but how about The Amazing Foley, Teenage Boy Hypnotist.

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