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Schulz even got the shape of the container right
BTW, didn’t Mr. Williams do “Bobbysoxer Deflowered At The Hands of a Paleolithic Bull D*ke?” Great stunning stuff.
It reminds me of an old “Droopy” cartoon where he and his brothers have their TV taken away from them and yet it reappears in the next scene. Droopy breaks the fourth wall and says to the audience “I’ll bet you’re wondering how we got the television set back.”
Does Mr. Breathed just stay at home now and count the money?
Carol, you are so right. Don’t let anyone who gets their level of perspective from a radio overcome your judgment.
Many writers I know tell me they rarely sit down and simply create. They keep old fashioned notebooks into which they jot down an idea that they’ll use later when they return to the work. One guy actually kept an old fashioned recipe box in which he had countless 3″ × 5″ cards, neatly filed, on which he had written a plot point, characterization, or scene description.
And then of course there’s Flannery O’Connor’s character in “A Good Man Is Hard To Find”:
“She would have been a good woman,” The Misfit said, “if it had been somebody there to shoot her every minute of her life.”
Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore wrote a wonderful story about what happens to a world where conscience and empathy disappear. It’s called “The Two Fisted Engine.” Written in the 1950s, it will seem eerily prescient when you read it.
Are those blue men from that Twilight Zone episode?
Nah, he’s a Republican. You can see that because he has an idea that doesn’t benefit anyone else but him.