I don't know, but if its anything like is Comedy-Central special or Think Tank, then I'll be there.
Hal: So, Dewey, I'm thinking our little Lego community needs a school. Dewey: Don't need it. Everyone's born smart. Hal: Aww, that's beautiful, son. It's a utopia. Dewey: And anyone stupid will be ground up for food. Hal: Oh. A cannibal utopia. Interesting.
Originally posted by jfkfcI am as big of a Rollins fan as anyone....
...but WTF does he have to say?
Lots. His stories are GREAT. And some even have a moral.
I have a special friend. He's the baby Jesus and I love him and...and...he don't give me no s**t and he don't f**k around and he's just the f**king coolest guy and I wanna say I love the baby Jesus.I can't say enough.I love the baby Jesus and I think...he's the best thing and he's really great when he shares his love for everbody.You know what I mean?I can't even see a manger without thinkin' about him,eh?I just love the Jesus.I've only been into him for a couple of hours though,but I'm really into him. --Bruce McCulloch
OK, so we went to this last night. It was completely amazing. The man talked for 3 hours, & it didn't seem like it at all. He talked about more different things than I could count : Pres Bush & Iraq, Ozzy Osbourne's New Year's party, dodgeball, going to his first Ramones concert, guys who drive Hummers, death threats from the klan, trying to "air kiss" Katherine Zeta Jones on Leno ...
I met him a few years ago and we ended up talking about John Coltrane for two hours. He was very into Coltrane's music (especially the 1964-1967 bands).
"Well, you can't involve friendship with business. It has to be one or the other. It's either business or friendship, or hit the bricks!" --Life Lessons from "The Tao of Bobby the Brain Heenan" Uncensored 2000 preview
"As long as the check don't bounce, I guess he's okay with it!" --Former All Pro Giants LB Harry Carson on Bill Parcells joining the hated rival Dallas Cowboys
www.worldsmileday.com Harvey Ball was the creator of the very first "smiley face". That happened back in 1963 when a local insurance company asked him to design something that would help improve employee morale.