@ Snolep: They’re busy knocking on people’s doors, but they’re not sure why.
George Harrison used to keep emergency cash in his shoe. It once saved the Beatles some embarrassment at a restaurant.
“It goes like this: your hem you lift, seductively remove your shift, and from my lips you draw the hallelujah.”
Next comes Jethro Tull, “1968-1978,” with the original complete flute solos.
“Thank you for choosing Ikea fine furniture. Read all instructions thoroughly before beginning assembly.”
I remember the “Inside Reagan’s Brain” arc, when it seemed like the art took a leap toward more complexity and detail.
That must have made for interesting civics classes. And maybe P.E., too?
The musician’s dilemma, too. By the time you can afford decent amplification gear, you’re too old to carry it.
Wrong color. Red blood is from humans.
If I look at that picture, and analyze the technical details of the instrument, I guess it means I’m getting old.