Bill Steinkellner: Man of Mystery.

26 Dec

Why did he get a stiff neck every so often for no reason at all?

Why did he stay up till everyone else in the house was home even if he was falling asleep on his feet for all practical purposes?

How come he could never know for sure if certain colors went together or not?

Why could he not wear clothes if they strayed a mere two degrees from the center of the mainstream?

Why did he laugh and talk so much louder than everyone else even though he didn’t exactly have a barrel chest?

How is it that he could dawdle and seem rushed at the same time?

How could he work so well in a short form that he only wish he had refined to two or three words instead of
two to three hundred?

Why did he get so nervous before anything that even slightly resembled a performance?

And why did he seldom seem as nervous as he was?

Why, I ask you, why?

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2 Responses to “Bill Steinkellner: Man of Mystery.”

  1. Grant Harvey December 26, 2011 at 7:48 PM #

    Because he’s the Chief. And the Chief do what the Chief. And he ain’t do no different

  2. mary neubacher January 3, 2012 at 3:47 PM #

    And why did he always seem so ‘cool’ to those of us on the outside, when he was — if I’m reading this blog correctly — feeling just the opposite? Ah-ha … he must then be as fine an actor as he is a wit!

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