October 29, 2010

Just Say No, Some Like It Hot, Blanket the Day

    Arsenic and Old Lace
  1. Abstinence and old lace? What would Cary Grant think?
  2. Hot chocolate: the other brown drink.
  3. Cool Octobers are best spent wrapped in warm things. 
Arsenic and Old Lace  DVD, Amazon

October 28, 2010

Drunken Faith, Boogie Down, This Year Needs a Project

    Nineteen Eighty-Four
  1. A man tells another in a bar, "I know how the universe was created. It was God." The other man says, "No, that's not logical. I know how. The universe created itself." The first man decided to have a second drink. The second man was already drunk.
  2. They say, "Dance like no one is watching." I say, "Dance. Always."
  3. We had Prince sing, "1999", George Orwell write, "1984" and Stanley Kubrick present "2001: A Space Odyssey." Nothing for 2010?
Remember the old school days... Nineteen Eighty-Four

October 27, 2010

Hot Stuff, Numb Ownya, What Thomas Jefferson Never Ate

    The Original Road Kill Cookbook
  1. Hot showers. Need I say more?
  2. Ligonier, PA is unrelated to Legionnaires' disease.
  3. I believe in the separation of Church's Fried Chicken and Interstate 80. They should get their chickens from farms, not road kill.  
Come on, you are really curious, aren't you? The Original Road Kill Cookbook

October 26, 2010

Personally Cynical, Kitten War, Food Strategy

    Kyjen "I Believe in Santa Paws" Dog Tee, Small
  1. I don't believe everything I read. Especially this post.
  2. Shock and aweeeee.... A cute kitty is surprised by a bunny.
  3. Chew how many times? 
Kyjen "I Believe in Santa Paws" Dog Tee, Small

October 25, 2010

Spy Suits, HaHa(cough), Niiiice

    America
  1. I, for one, have nothing against gabardine suits.
  2. On my best days, I am a little funny. On my worst days, I get laughed at.
  3. Look outside. Pretty good, huh?  
Sing it with me. America (Simon and Garfunkel)

October 21, 2010

Think Again, Peanut Butter and Jelly Death, Leo Sayer Doesn't Know

    Long Tall Glasses (I Can Dance) (Remastered LP Version)
  1. Reconsider.
  2. Ever give serious thought to the demise of the PBJ? What would happen if the anti-PBJ crowd won?
  3. No, I don't think I can dance.  
Get down: Long Tall Glasses (I Can Dance) (Remastered LP Version) 

October 20, 2010

Dry Town?, This That and The Other, Days Like These

    Nobody Told Me (2010 - Remaster)
  1. Always wanted to live in a place named Gulch. Dry, or otherwise.
  2. 'Them'... four of the most misleading letters in the English language.
  3. Mama never told me what? Sure she did. Papa too. Say thanks to your mama, even if it isn't Mother's Day. 
Nobody Told Me (2010 - Remaster)

October 19, 2010

To the Moon, To the M, Just an R-Word

    Child's Ronald McDonald PVC Costume Mask
  1. Visions of Ralph Kramden floating through my head...
  2. Michael is the well-known Archangel of Heaven. Lesser known is Ronald, the Golden Archangel.
  3. Rhapsody. Just felt like typing that out. Would be nice to use it in a new context, rather than the stereotypical, but, that's all I have. 
Halloween is coming. Go in style: Child's Ronald McDonald PVC Costume Mask

October 18, 2010

Flat-out Funny, Monday Blues?, Clipped in the Nick of Time

    Seki Edge Toe Nail Clipper
  1. Flattery: a road with tacks pointing up. A flat factory.
  2. It isn't Monday... unless it isn't Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
  3. Nail clippers... good friends to all.

October 15, 2010

Plague-erism, Specially Delivered, Animal (Not Mineral, Maybe Vegetable)

    ROLL TOP BREAD BOX SS
  1. It is awkward when the person who thinks that no one knows where he borrowed the funny line doesn't realize I know the original source.
  2. I am not a telegram.
  3. Much of life is smaller than a breadbox.  


Wouldn't this look cool on your counter? 
ROLL TOP BREAD BOX SS

October 14, 2010

Howard T. Kirk, "¡La unión es la fuerza!, ReadingRomeoandJulietFast

    Romeo & Juliet
  1. What if Howard Cosell and James T. Kirk's voices merged?
  2. Oblivion and Bolivia sound too similar. If I were Bolivian, I'd look into changing this.
  3. How fast can William Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" be read?

October 13, 2010

Generally Speaking, Squiddy, Digging Out of Your Own Grave

    Tentacles!: Tales of the Giant Squid (Step into Reading)
  1. I have found generalizers generally generalize.
  2. No, not "squid pro quo," unless you work for a corrupt Atlantis.
  3. "I'm really buried in my work today." -something a gravedigger never wants to say.
Oh yes, yes, yes.... Tentacles!: Tales of the Giant Squid (Step into Reading)

October 12, 2010

Wibble?, It is Always Your Fault, Drinking Instead of Docking?

    Playskool Weebles Storybook World Fairest of Them All Story Pals
  1. Wobble. Now there's a word you can't sink your teeth into. Wobble wobble.
  2. Blame ends in 'me'. Bla.
  3. Any port in a storm? I think so, though some ports are better than others. 
Riedel Vinum Port Glasses, Set of 2Good times right here:  Playskool Weebles Treehouse Value Pack

October 11, 2010

Spend Muse Self Love, No LSD For You, Voicing JC

    Pinocchio (Two-Disc 70th Anniversary Platinum Edition)
  1. It is better to give than receive? Popular book and movie, "Eat Pray Love" about a rich selfish woman's opulent self-indulgent search to receiving herself. Weird.
  2. "My therapist never told me that... leave Star Rah out of this." What was said to elicit this?
  3. Ever just feel like talking like Walt Disney's Jiminy Cricket?