Kelly Cass: Better than Caffeine

 

Kelly Cass

We are often asked, ?how is it that you stay up all night writing Inside Magic?  Have you no real job? Are you some kind of night-sloth?? 

 

Actually, we are slothful but we do have a real job.  We work as a high-priced consultant to Putt-Putt Golf Course designers.  (We specialize in windmills and clown nose holes). 

 

But our need to stay up all night is dictated by the Weather Channel?s schedule and infomercial schedule.  We have the benefit of five satellite dishes here at the Mystic Hollow, Michigan, home of Inside Magic, and so we see the best of K-Band and private satellite all-night long. 

 

The prime mover behind our desire to stay up all night is Kelly Cass of the Weather Channel.  Like a wonderful dream, Ms. Cass appears and disappears according to a schedule that is not our own.  She is usually on only between five and six o?clock in the morning each weekend.

 

How great is our obsession for Ms. Cass and her presentational abilities?

 

We were speaking with Paul Emmick, formerly of the Weather Channel and now with a station in Indianapolis, at a magic convention recently.  We could have discussed magic, magic tricks, magicians, life, death or shopping on-line.  Rather, we quizzed Mr. Emmick (a fine magician and great guy, by the way) about Ms. Cass. 

 

As the evening wore on, we asked more and more embarrassing questions: was she married? How stable was her marriage? Is there a chance her marriage could become unstable? Would she find…

 

Kelly Cass

We are often asked, ?how is it that you stay up all night writing Inside Magic?  Have you no real job? Are you some kind of night-sloth?? 

 

Actually, we are slothful but we do have a real job.  We work as a high-priced consultant to Putt-Putt Golf Course designers.  (We specialize in windmills and clown nose holes). 

 

But our need to stay up all night is dictated by the Weather Channel?s schedule and infomercial schedule.  We have the benefit of five satellite dishes here at the Mystic Hollow, Michigan, home of Inside Magic, and so we see the best of K-Band and private satellite all-night long. 

 

The prime mover behind our desire to stay up all night is Kelly Cass of the Weather Channel.  Like a wonderful dream, Ms. Cass appears and disappears according to a schedule that is not our own.  She is usually on only between five and six o?clock in the morning each weekend.

 

How great is our obsession for Ms. Cass and her presentational abilities?

 

We were speaking with Paul Emmick, formerly of the Weather Channel and now with a station in Indianapolis, at a magic convention recently.  We could have discussed magic, magic tricks, magicians, life, death or shopping on-line.  Rather, we quizzed Mr. Emmick (a fine magician and great guy, by the way) about Ms. Cass. 

 

As the evening wore on, we asked more and more embarrassing questions: was she married? How stable was her marriage? Is there a chance her marriage could become unstable? Would she find magicians who watch her non-stop creepy or intriguing? What was her phone number ? just in case someone wanted to call, hear her voice and then hang up?

 

Now you know the secret to our staying power.  You know the reason we stay up all night.

 

Visit Ms. Cass? website here.  

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