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  1. Rightwingmoron commented on Scary Gary about 18 hours ago

    Of course Travis is happy. He’s tanked.

  2. Rightwingmoron commented on Scary Gary 2 days ago

    Only if he’s watching a rerun, since the Convention ended on the 21st. On the other hand, the Democratic convention is going on right now, and I’ll bet Gary is dressed like that, because he’s fantasizing about some hot action with Hillary.

  3. Rightwingmoron commented on Pearls Before Swine 3 days ago

    Pig reminds me of Sgt. Shultz from Hogan’s Heroes, who would sometimes hand his weapon over to a prisoner. And like Shultz, Pig knows nothing. Nothing!

  4. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 3 days ago

    The Museum has four stories. The ground floor houses a gift shop. On the second floor is the living room and bedroom of Holmes. The third floor has rooms for Watson and Mrs Hudson, the landlady and the owner of the house. On the fourth floor there are wax figures of various characters from the stories. There is also a small loft, which houses the bathroom.
    http://www.amusingplanet.com/2011/04/sherlock-holmes-museum-at-221b-baker.html

  5. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 3 days ago

    It is on Baker St., and the adress is officially 221B so it could serve as the Sherlock Holmes residence. It is in a Georgian Row house (Pre-victorian), so it’s even period correct.

  6. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 8 days ago

    I always wondered how that big plastic goblin mask would affect the engine temperature. I found the truck from “Maximum Overdrive” looked more clownish than scary. If you want to see a really scary 18 wheeler, Check out the movie “Duel”(1971) written by Richard Matheson and directed by Steven Spielberg. Meanwhile, I’m interested at getting a better look at Rikki’s rig.

  7. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 13 days ago

    I remember Mad magazine ran an obituary for Prince Valiant. “Prince Valiant, a crusading knight, died of natural causes. He was 900 years old.”

  8. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 14 days ago

    Worse than the 1996 Film with Billy Zane? That sounds like a real accomplishment.

  9. Rightwingmoron commented on Dick Tracy 15 days ago

    Just wanted to respond to something Neil Wick said yesterday.
    Neil Wick said, 1 day ago

    221B Baker Street (Sherlock Holmes) is a good itinerary item, as The Chief already noted. The other one Tess mentions today is Rue Morgue (French for Morgue Street) in Paris. Since Edgar Allan Poe’s short story, “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” is considered by some to be the first modern detective story, it’s a good destination for Dick and Tess. There is a slight problem in that the street is entirely fictitious, but I guess that’s not a problem in the Tracyverse. I’m sure they’ll visit it anyway and I’ll come back to it when they do.
    There is a 221B Baker St. on Baker St. in London. Now it wasn’t 221B Baker St. back in 1904, when the fictional detective lived there, but is has been for many years, and they have turned the old row house, that was standing at the time (1881-1904) the stories took place into a recreation of the living quarters of the famous detective, and it is officially 221B Baker St. I had the pleasure of visiting it a few years back, and had a tour conducted by a person who was role playing as Dr. Watson. I very much enjoyed the visit, and would recommend to those who have an interest in the famous Detective.

  10. Rightwingmoron commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 26 days ago

    Well of course she’s naked. She isn’t bothering to wear a cutie mark!