I’ve often opined that there are no editors on comic strips anymore. A3G in its final days was a clue. Today is proof… any animal artist knows to be just more careful with a tail, as well.
There’s a common refrain of “we grew up okay” without acknowledging that there were far too many who were maimed or killed doing the same things. Personal luck doesn’t equal “it’s safe and laws against it are silly.”
She fits right in, then
This is one of those weird shows that captured the imagination but not an audience. People still remember it, but when it was on it wasn’t actually great TV and people seemed to like the idea of it… just not the idea of watching it. Odd how these things become instantly recognizable 40 years (shudder) later.
Did Mr. Lux also lose the instruction manual?
I’m on SOLA, and though I’m a bit older it’s all fedoras and baseball caps down here. There is a hat shop on SOCO but that aims at my type. However, the one on Barton Springs seems to have Stetsons and such, I’ve never been in since my neighbor used to own The Hat Box on the Drag and I can buy from her and also that Barton Springs was closed to walk-ins for the longest time thanks to the current conditions.
Never seen that on SOCO oddly, but I tend to hide at home on Longhorn days because the dullness of football permeates the air and I don’t want to catch it :)
Wow, you might be the only one… I’ve been here 21 years and the only times I’ve really seen it is during SXSW with out-of-towners wearing straw ones.
me last week, except in Austin you wouldn’t see the cowboy hat. A nice fedora or porkpie.
Definitely seconding To Have and Have Not, I think overall it’s a superior film and the dialog is definitely better. So many great lines naturally included, such an amazing chemistry between Bogie and Bacall. Bacall: “Give her my love.” Bogie, looking at Bacall’s evening dress: “If she were wearing that, I’d give her my own.”