The inter-county connector here in Maryland (linking I-95 to I-270) also takes a pic of the vehicles’ license plates and sends bills to the owners if they do not have EZ Pass. I suspect this is the rule rather than the exception of most toll roads in the US today.
A coworker/friend just had some acupuncture done on her neck this week and she feels much better now.
Indeed, he was still a student at Ingolstadt University when he created the creature and never completed his education. And he accomplished this in his apartment, not some abandoned castle or ruined tower.
And Sherwood Schwartz would later name the S.S. Minnow after him, forever incorporating Minnow within what many would consider the epitome of that vast wasteland.
The “Bizarro World” referenced by Seinfeld is itself a reference to the “Bizarro World” which originated in DC comics in the 1960s, where Bizarro was a the opposite of our Superman and other characters were inversions of themselves. This makes perfect sense in Seinfeld, as it’s clearly inferred that Jerry is a Superman fan as indicated by the statue on his shelf, the magnet on his fridge, and the occasional references that pop up in the dialogue.
The multi-hued peacock became the NBC logo in the mid-1950s because NBC was owned by RCA who wanted to sell color TV sets. Because of that relationship, by the 1965-66 season, NBC mandated all their programs be filmed in color and the other networks quickly followed.
King Frog must be what you get when Moby Tadpole grows up. And he’s still being pursued by a boy and his dog!
I met Mr. Asner twice, once at a nostalgia convention a few years ago and another time at a wrap party held after a stage production he co-starred in. He came across much like his TV persona, gruff yet affable. Nice tribute and choice of font!
Different story. This is Hades and Persephone. not Satan and Eve. Both stories feature rules involving eating fruit, but while Adam and Eve were simply evicted, Persephone wound up embroiled in a timeshare nightmare.
The train is probably chugging along the Sea of Núrnen in the south of Mordor. Unlike the arid Plateau of Gorgoroth to the north, the region around the sea was fertile (thus the green depicted in the comic is accurate) and the land was used to grow food for Sauron’s armies.