Monday, June 12, 2006

Kazoo Player At Mercy Of Net Nerds For Six Months

RED BANK, N.J. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A 35-year-old kazoo player who still lives at home with his parents hopes that giving up control of his life will get him out of his rut.

Starting Wednesday (Jun. 14), Kieran Vogel will allow net nerds to make every decision for him for a six-month period, including what he eats, who he sees and what he watches on TV.

Every moment of his life will be webcast at, including his sessions with a real-life therapist who will help him figure out why he’s screwed up his life.

Vogel is allegedly a “world-class kazoo player” but has a lot of fears and phobias that have limited his potential. He’s never earned more than $5000 in a year and figures letting other people make the decisions will help him find himself.

But if Vogel lasts the entire six months under intense internet scrutiny, he could find himself with a job with Big String Interactive, which is sponsoring the website, as well as stock options and a new car.

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