Lotus, I’d have to give props to the casting of Blazing Saddles. Cultural reappropreation AND wicked satire! (American Indians speaking in Yiddish? Poking fun at the casting departments that cast Jewish-Americans as Native Americans. Meshuggah, no?
When dealing with Moose here, refer to it as “keeping a journal.” Call it a stereotype, but “diary” sounds more feminine while “journal” is more neutral or masculine.
1953 Buick grille says, “I am a shark and I am going to eat you.”https://franksclassiccars.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/53-Buick-Red-Convertible-1-scaled.jpg
Agreed, except John Lennon did know his mother and had a good relationship with her growing up. She was troubled, though, and he was raised for a long period by an Uncle and Aunt. Even more than Tiffany, John had a distant and strained relationship with his father. Sadly, his uncle, who was a father figure to John, died when he was 12, and his mother was hit by a car and passed when he was 18. But yes, “Mother” is one of the most heart-rending songs of loss around.
I’m seeing Bets’ hand up as, “give me a minute to process this…”
Funny, I happened on this one today in Viivi and Wagner:https://www.gocomics.com/viivi-and-wagner/2012/09/02
If I were Jeremy Duncan, I’d certainly not leave Sarah for Bernice!
A character reunion: perfect for Homecoming in the fall.
Knute and Crystal were the ultimate odd couple. Bring them back!
… and it could set off Gunther’s bells, too.