Drenched in Blog: Oates Watch 2008!

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John Oates, legendary half of power duo Hall and Oates, recently told


that a cartoon is being developed about his moustache. He claims that it has "superpowers." I'm hoping this is some wacked-out druggie

Adult Swim

stuff. It will make my Sunday nights that more THC-drenched.

But dude better hurry up. I'm also working on my own cartoon about my moustache. It's about a devastatingly striking part-time blogger from the suburbs that eats Lunchables and has a tattoo of a dead baby on his forearm. My moustache is my conscience, telling me what haggard pop stars to burn each afternoon. The Veggie Tales guys don't know what they got into. – Craig Hlavaty

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