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I will surround myself with soft dirt or snow, and wait for the footprints.
Just turn the air conditioning way down, but on some coats and listen, you’ll hear his teeth chattering.
That is assuming standard invisible man rules where he doesn’t have invisible clothes.
Yeah, that’s right man, TIM! TIM’s a pretty chill dude. But man, you do not wanna get all up in his face (and which, let’s be honest here, that’s really more on TIM because he can see our faces whereas . . .).
Well, it was scheduled by NBC for Monday nights up against Rhoda and Phyllis over on CBS. That made it pretty difficult to draw an audience.
That’s how that girl really died in that Goldfinger movie, y’know. Covered her with all that gold paint and her pores couldn’t breathe anymore and she just poof!, up and died. It’s true, y’know. The studio paid a lot of money to cover it up, but it’s true, y’know.
TIM is quite the archery enthusiast. Arrow beats paint.
That’s what killed that girl in that Goldfinger movie, y’now. It’s true.
And just who do you think is going to clean up all this flour you’ve just thrown all around here? Hmmmmmmmm?
Ummm . . . You do know that hiding under a blanket doesn’t actually make you invisible too, right?
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So you live in Canada, eh? You’ve suffered enough. TIM will spare you.
I, for one, welcome our new master, TIM!
What specific kind of raspberry beret is the kind you find in a second-hand store?
The kind pre-loaded with lice
Prince had some weird fetishes.
I spend time in second-hand stores and cannot remember the last time I saw a beret, much less one that resembles a raspberry in form or color. I suspect that Princerton was just free associating. I don’t know what sets it apart from the kind or raspberry beret you’d find in a post office, or a Day’s Inn, or an abandoned paint factory.
It was Prince. I’m sure that was at least a triple-entendre.
One time I found a ratty old foam trucker hat in a tree, but if I met someone wearing it, I’m fairly certain that I wouldn’t write a song about them, Princeford.
Ratty old hat in a tree
The kind you wear if you wanna get fleas
Yeah that’s money. I stand corrected.
Perhaps the kind is unrelated to the color. Maybe one finds berets of this type in several colors, but this particular one happened to be raspberry-colored.
It’s probably not “relatable,” even if it is agreed upon, to talk about waterboarding defective coworkers to coworkers on FB messenger.
I’m not saying it shouldn’t be said, just saying, it’s a little intense to be talking about (desirable) PsyOps in detail to coworkers, no matter how much those coworkers agree with one.
The more you know!
But better speech than action, à la: “The whole point is to isolate it and make it feel like it’s going insane. Replace its dog with a slightly different dog. Change the furniture in its house so it thinks it’s shrinking. Basic stuff"
Pink Panther? That doesn’t look like Peter Sellers.
I’m not sure it would be possible to come up with a worse idea than this.
Apparently, the “pink panther” is no longer a valuable gem, but the animated cat in this one.
Only way to make it worse is MC Skat Kat as the cat.
You all thought I’d say, Garfield. At least his rap was better.
How about a remake of Kramer vs. Kramer with Michael Richards as both parents?
Amen to this. Eddie Murphy is fantastic and extremely talented (see Bowfinger and Dolomite Is My Name), but this feels like an awful idea. Inspector Clouseau is all about less is more – I’d argue that what he doesn’t do and doesn’t say is the heart of the character. He’s all about quiet bumbling, reacting and oblivious indifference.
The older I get the more I appreciate what Peter Sellers brought to the role. He’s so good he makes it look like there’s little or no talent involved, which of course is the mark of someone who’s exceptionally good at their craft. If the legendary Steve Martin, who’s apparently a big fan, failed so spectacularly at this, why on earth would anyone else give it a go?