Doesn’t he know that second-hand smoke is bad.
Bravo Coltrane is about to get a cigar shoved up his nose.
Yeah, those are faint giggles…
After watching TV in my formative years, I always expected if I went hiking in the forest I would at the very least encounter a quicksand obstacle, if not be dramatically trapped in one.
As it is, quicksand has turned out to be an astoundingly inconsequential experience in my hiking career.
Similarly, after watching TV in my formative years, when I joined up with the green machine (I did it just to get college benefits, honest!) I expected to be led by complete psychotics. Imagine my surprise to discover that my superiors were intelligent, educated, and highly professional, people I would willingly follow anywhere.
They had not only the type of education you would have expected of civilian executives, but they also had a parallel education in military science that was as exacting as any advanced engineering degree you can imagine, to include nuclear engineering.
With that said, let us return to our regularly scheduled program.
I think someone had deep insecurity issues, not to mention an addiction to nicotine.
When is Junior’s fists going to have a “talk” with Bravo, to make him understand, that a Haywire, Junior, Senior, Breezy even baby firecracker is always Alpha where he is concerned
I miss the more dorky Sopapilla, with the glasses and the t-shirt. I guess she came into her womanhood as easily as RJ came into his manhood.
Bravo is practically asking to get his face punched.
Blow that second-hand smoke back in his face. See if that makes him want to quit smoking.
May 03, 2014
October 25, 2017