Imagine calling weather and getting a live response.
Nasty is in the mind of the beholder, and here’s a scantily clad vixen offering a taste of a dripping wet digit of what the man shudders at the thought of tasting.
Obviously it’s not an Airedale Terrier
Things would get a bit boring if Tracy captured the bad guy in the first reel.
What we need here is a circus bandwagon….
It’s a darn shame we lost Goodman so young.As per wiki (and it agrees with what I recall) “You Never Even Called Me by My Name” is a song written and recorded by Steve Goodman and John Prine; and recorded by country music singer David Allan Coe.In a spoken epilogue preceding the song’s iconic closing verse, Coe relates a correspondence he had with songwriter Steve Goodman, who stated the song he had written was the “perfect country and western song.” Coe wrote back stating that no song could fit that description without mentioning a laundry list of clichés: “mama, or trains, or trucks, or prison, or getting drunk.” Goodman’s equally facetious response was an additional verse that incorporated all five of Coe’s requirements, and upon receiving it, Coe acknowledged the finished product was indeed the “perfect country and western song” and included the last verse on the record:
I was drunk the day my mom got out of prisonAnd I went to pick ‘er up in the rainBut before I could get to the station in my pickup truckShe got runned over by a damned ol’ train
Goodman and Prine’s versions had a different list in the final verse.
Perhaps they’ll rename the strip to Muff and Jeff?
The other day someone predicted the 1960’s Batman style onomotapoeia artwork and thwack there it is!
I wonder if Lio’s choice of reading material is a quiet nod to a certain comic shop in San Jose?
The ugly, giant cousin of the Very Hungry Catapiller.