Programmer, opera singer, actor, textual editor.
Hey, I’m not even a professional actor, and my KB number is 3!
“Skin is what you feel at home in, / And without it, even more, / Both your liver and abDOmen / Would keep falling the floor, / And you’d be dressed in / Your intestine.”—Allan Sherman
1. It could be that the color was done by someone who hasn’t a clue. Except on Sundays, the color isn’t usually done by the artist, but by cheap labor from God-knows-where.
2. But it could be deliberate. Thatababy is white, his family is white, and he’s a baby. Why shouldn’t he imagine someone he’s never heard of before as white?
I was in Stop and Shop this afternoon, and they were running an announcement for an upcoming celebration of Marty’s first birthday.
Cool. I’ll have to check it out the next time I’m in Wooster.
Stop & Shop and Giant (in Pennsylvania) are the same company, and they both use the same house brands and logo. And they both use Marty.
Yeah. It was basically “boys and their toys” humor. It started as a Sunday panel, but evolved into a seven-day strip. Then, on the morning of February 14, 1921, Walt heard a mysterious noise at his door….
Season 4, when Garibaldi was trying to make it as a private eye. Since Adams had already done a cameo on “NewsRadio”, he was required to become a member of S.A.G.
He had let it out that he was a fan of “Babylon 5”, but when Warner Brothers offered to send him some of the cast, he backed off, saying he had too much respect for the show to give it the Howard Stern treatment. (Bruce “Cousin Brucie” Morrow, on the other hand, accepted a perfectly straight cameo role as the XO of the unstuck-in-time Babylon 4.)
Except that art generally shows scabbards on the left. But the whole business is monstrously complex and confusing.
Anyway, Renaissance faires generally put the scabbard on the off-hand side (left for most, right for some), to draw on the dominant side.