Cornered by Mike Baldwin for December 05, 2023

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    SHAKEDOWNVILLE  7 months ago

    “Scrunch” time, in “accordion” with standard protocol.

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    hubbard3188  7 months ago

    actually have tears from this one, I love it!

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    The Reader Premium Member 7 months ago

    Obviously, he did not time his jump-at-the-last-second right.

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    pat sandy creator 7 months ago

    after the meeting they’ll be serving pancakes…

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    tony_n_jen2003  7 months ago

    Dr. Robert Hartley’s new office.

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    Dobie  Premium Member 7 months ago

    That’s hilarious!

    But now, it makes me ponder whether or not a parachute would work for a falling elevator? … and should it be on the outside or inside? I have questions!

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    nancyb creator 7 months ago

    We are currently looking for a replacement for the Tex Avery Elevator Repair Service

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    ladykat  7 months ago

    Makes sense to me.

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    Mainesailah Premium Member 7 months ago

    Watched another stupid movie wherein a falling elevator was part of the plot line. Cartoonists and scriptwriters will always demand that Mr. Otis’ patent is not applied in their world.

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    Tired  7 months ago

    He can do the mash potato with the best of them.

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    ericlscott creator 7 months ago

    Humor hurts.

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    prrdh  7 months ago

    In case any personal injury lawyers are on this floor.

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    Zebrastripes  7 months ago

    He was taken down to size and never recovered to his normal height!

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    mistercatworks  7 months ago

    Elevator shafts are dangerous. When John Carpenter made his first movie “Dark Star”, there was a long seqence in an elevator shaft. He found that the permits and safety requirements to shoot the scene in a elevator were prohibitive. They created a horizontal elevator set and the actor was lying on a slide platform. He said he had fantastic abdominal muscles by the end of the filming. :)

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    the lost wizard  7 months ago

    That’s the long and the short of it. :)

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    davewhamond creator 7 months ago

    He did not have an uplifting experience.

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    raybarb44  7 months ago

    I’ll make a note of it……

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    cuzinron47  7 months ago

    I can understand why they would shun elevators, might be a long term phobia.

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    The Tooninator creator 7 months ago

    Love it, Mike!

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    coltish1.  7 months ago

    Played with flair and vulnerability by Michael Dunn.

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    crazeekatlady  7 months ago

    He’ll be joining them shortly.

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