WASP, gratefully appropriating cultures from all over.
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Broth-El — isn’t that the birth name of Soup-erman?
Is that why rakes like to go to them?
A buddy of mine used to say, “That’s very interesting, I’m sure.”
“It was the Kid! He knew everything every step of the way!” -Jack Weston
Southeast Asia did indeed go down. Google “Khmer Rouge” for starters. We surrendered, er I mean “left” Viet Nam, and as a direct side effect Pol Pot slaughtered and/or enslaved everyone who was literate.
Meanwhile, in unified Viet Nam, anyone who expressed opinions in a way that was displeasing to the communists was sent to a “camp” for “Re-education” — essentially, beaten into learning to say the right things a la 1984.
Add Lawyers to the non-advertising, and I’ll vote for you in the next election.
Yup — Trusted, yes, but not quite so trustworthy.
Good call. One of the fun parts about this comic is how little action there is — it often seems like Pastis draws just one frame, copies it three times, then inserts joke dialogue. Since it’s my favorite comic (possibly of all time), I guess the approach is valid.
Fry and Laurie did a sketch in which the telephone rang, and then they stopped the sketch and said to the audience “I wonder how many of you got up to answer that?”
That’s a lie, mon.