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  1. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show about 14 hours ago

    Just when you thought it was safe to go into the bathtub again . . .

  2. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 1 day ago

    He doesn’t seem as if he’d be fun to date, but he does enjoy clubbing.

  3. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 3 days ago

    This is obviously a situation Isaac Asimov never anticipated. Otherwise there would be a Fourth Law of Robotics.

  4. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 4 days ago

    Axel was soon distressed to learn that Bluebell had only looked him up because he needed a kidney transplant.

  5. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 5 days ago

    “I’m a giraffe. I’m a giraffe. I’m a giraffe. I have a long neck. I have a long neck. ‘Cause i’m a giraffe. I’m a giraffe.”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dUK6rY7X1Gs

  6. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 6 days ago

    Now I know how Rockwell felt.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YvAYIJSSZY

  7. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 7 days ago

    California Fruit Inspector — Well, then, how do we break the spell (so that he and Ralph and Cindy, a soon-to-be wed couple, can get out of a large bottle in which a witch has trapped them)?

    Witch — What makes you think you can break it?

    Ralph — It’s customary!

    Witch — Well, you could always wait until the moon was full, hop on one foot, and swing a lizard around your head.

    Ralph — We don’t have a lizard.

    Witch — Do you want me to throw you one down?

    California Fruit Inspector — No, no.

    (From Act II of “Oregon, Oregon,” Stan Freberg’s 1959 radio musical comedy, still beloved in the Beaver State.)

    http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=100714479&m=100704138

  8. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 8 days ago

    This non-stop talking totem really should be taboo.

  9. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 9 days ago

    After 1933, the year the Loch Ness monster emerged into world consciousness, note was taken of Morag, and a few witnesses came forward to describe observations either of large, fast-moving humps in the water or of long-necked creatures, usually said to be 30 feet long. But as a cryptozoological mystery Morag is far less richly documented than Nessie, the focus of nearly unending investigation spanning decades. Photographs, sonar trackings, and a large body of eyewitness testimony have afforded Ness’ monstrous denizen a credibility that Morag cannot begin to claim.

    From Unexplained! Strange Sightings, Incredible Occurrences, and Puzzling Physical Phenomena, by Jerome Clark

  10. stgreer commented on The LeftyBosco Picture Show 10 days ago

    Most dentists get annoyed when someone they’ve just met at a party asks for an impromptu check up. But Herman is different.