If a lifetime can be likened to a day, then this is Happy Hour!
Snidely Whiplash! Nell!Genius!
but...who's the horse?
Pelosi. Oops... my bad. She's not the horse... she's the horse's ass.
Jim: I thought it was clever, myownself. :D
Double heh. I can hear the William Tell Overture in the background!
Moogie: I gotta go looking for old Rocky & Bullwinkle re-runs on YouTube, as well as the Victory at Sea stuff. The R&B shows were just chock FULL of the best puns evah, IMHO.
God, I never tire of those cartoons! Occasionally the cartoon channel or some other channel will run the entire series--be alert and next time they do record the entire series--one of the greatest social commentary cartoons to ever come along between all the Loony Tunes and "Pinky and the Brain." Been nothing really as good since the Brain left us.But if you want a great laugh, Google "Chicken Man." It was a radio series in 65-71 time frame that was a hilarious riff on the 30s crime-fighter shows. Featured a "mild-mannered shoe-salesman, Benton Harbor," who on the weekends donned his Chicken suit (which gave him great powers) and he sallied forth to fight "crime and/or evil" as the "Great White-Winged Warrior." The entire series of 2.5min spots (were repeated twice daily--also on Armed Forces radio, IIRC) is now avail. on CD. Check it out!
I loved old Dudley Do-Right!Great memories!
VX: I remember "Chicken Man!" And he was on our AFN affiliate when I was up in Wakkanai in the '68 - '70 time frame... It was quite the thing among the troops to cultivate a good "Bawk-da-BAWK-bawk-bawk" imitation, IIRC. Or even a not-so-good one.Cynthia: You, too? Me, three!
Just be polite... that's all I ask.