Everybody is a comedian on Twitter, but only a select few are worthy enough to have all of their witticisms transmitted to you, the ever busy comedy fan trying to navigate through an increasingly congested internet. Every Friday we'll make your life a little bit easier by introducing you to an individual who consistently makes us laugh. You're welcome.
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John Moe will always be known as the inventor of #ghostcatchers, an incredibly stupid and brilliant twitter hashtag that parodies the stupid and brilliant Ghostbusters theme song.
When you're all alone! And something's wrong! I wonder if it's ghosts! Do you think it might be? Ghost catchers!
If there's something strange! In your neighborhood! Your neighborhood is strange! DON'T LIVE THERE!
And there are many more where that came from. However @JohnMoe is more than just Bernie Taupin's biggest competition – he's the man behind McSweeney's Pop Song Correspondences series, the host of the Minnesota Public Radio bimonthly live show Wits and one of the world's greatest fathers.
"Jim Davis just keeps coming up with great new ideas for Garfield!" - my newly disowned son
The 11yo and I found an old oscilloscope on a stump on our walk and carried it a mile home. It was heavy but hey, free oscilloscope.
John Moe has nothing to hide.
TERRIBLE SECRETS. RT @: What gets spilled most often in your kitchen?
I bet the hardest job at a chicken processing plant belongs to the person in charge of naming all the chickens.
Even with felt.
I bet the Muppets' least favorite part about being immortal is watching all the people they love grow old and die.
John unearthed the actual meaning behind a Peter Gabriel classic.
Peter Gabriel's "In Your Eyes" is pretty good but I still prefer the original Three Stooges version.
Moe isn't afraid of anthropomorphic gum.
A pack of gum asking questions, I suppose. RT @ What's the coolest thing you've seen on the internet today?
He knows how Eric Clapton can earn some extra cash.
John knows how to stick it to teenager deities.
I wonder how the band in heaven handles it when Jim Morrison brings in new lyrics.
"Siri, why do guys lose interest in reading my books pretty soon after college is over?" - Jack Kerouac's iPhone commercial
Moe is the most legit Bruce Springsteen fan in the world.
"One time, I saw Springsteen play a five hour concert." "Huh. I was at his four day show in '78. Thunder Road alone was nine hours."
"I went to his three year concert in Jersey. We ran out of food so we ate the stadium. Most of us died. Great show."
"I'm still at the show he began in 1538. It lasts til 3538. But there'll probably be an encore."
"Oh, well, I prefer his earlier stuff. Dawn of time era. The band was more raw back then."
He figured out Steven Tyler.
Steven Tyler on American Idol keeps saying "over the top" as a compliment, even though it means overplayed, hammy, and... ah. Never mind.
John moonlights as a sports reporter.
Tyson Chandler was named NBA Defensive Player of the Year. When told he won, Chandler said, "What? Who sent you? What do you want from me?!"
He wishes the postgame press conferences weren't so redundant.
I'd like to see an atheist athlete thank the cold relentless chaos of the universe after a big game.
Moe can see into Fun.'s future.
That "We Are Young" song is gonna be turbo awesome when that band is 50 and playing casinos.
He has the best excuse in the world for not returning your emails.
John can probably use some self-esteem.
I'm very surprised to find myself playing the leading role in my life. I always pictured myself as more the best friend type.
Roger Cormier is the wacky neighbor in your multi-camera life.