Meet The Minions

This scintillating blog would not be possible without the tireless efforts of Ron…


….and his minions:

 (Ron. has no idea who these other people are, but they’re willing to work diligently, late into the night, without demanding any pay.)




21 thoughts on “Meet The Minions

    • I’m not sure it’s “from” anything. You may have noticed my other (published works) blog, “Eggs Over Tokyo,” which takes its name from a now-defunct band with which I used to be affiliated. When I needed a name for for this blog, I wanted something that kept the eggy motif but also said something about the blogger. “Scrambled, Not Fried” seemed perfect. Thanks for your interest.

  1. the bottom one looks alarmingly like one of those southern “good hair’ preachers…
    My own minion is a power mad teddy who is definitely a hat bear. Some day Ill get him to hold still long enough for a photo shoot…

    (nice to see you with a new blog, ron.)

  2. *LOL* I call my cats my minions! Inspiration comes in many forms, doesn’t it?
    And I love a sense of humour!

  3. What a great (and funny) page! Those photos are awesome! Thanks for visiting my page & leaving me a comment. But I have to ask, where is paradise for you? 🙂

    • I’m living in one of the last paradises left in America: the very northeast corner of the State of Vermont, which is commonly referred to as The Northeast Kingdom, Land of the Fur-bearing Laketrout and the Biligual Stopsign. From here, I could throw a stone into Canada, but I have learned –from bitter experience with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police– that actually doing so is consdered a hostile action.

  4. Ron,
    I read three articles so far and I love them. I like your style and your minions are priceless. I learn so much from visiting others blogs. I get ideas about what I need to do, cN do, and consider what I have time for.

  5. I don’t have any minions. This is not fair. We need to bring a little Vermont socialism down here to Red State Alabama so I can get my free minion. (Wait- this is a strangely disturbing request on reflection). I guess I will just have to make do with onions. 😉

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