March 22, 2005

In the immortal words* of Alice the Goon ...

Despite my utmost efforts, I was unable to channel anyone's thoughts or anything as creative as last evening's NNGR™.** Maybe it's all due to today being Tuesday and, having eaten a lot of hamburgers during last week for which I promised to pay for today, I found myself a little

wimpy when it came to doing anything of a creative nature. I actually spent most of the day, wandering around all areas of town with my hands behind my back. I did pay all the hamburger debts I had accumulated except for what I owed to my good friend, Popeye. It seems he was off somewhere putting Sea Hag right where she belonged. Pardon me sir -- I'll gladly pay you Tuesday, for a hamburger today.

Speaking of wimpy, you ought to see my navel. Have you ever seen a body part so pathetic it would not lift a finger to protect itself? It's disgusting. End of report.

*There will be a prize of some sort or another of absolutely no value whatsoever awarded to anyone who can come forward with any known statement ever made by Alice the Goon.

**I would have linked it, but then it is the post just below this one. I purposely did not post anything so as to allow as many of you to see that particular post as possible. I also requested that Moona not post anything, as well.

Posted by Tiger at March 22, 2005 11:59 PM | TrackBack

I didn't know that one of the goons was named Alice. I thought there was Peter Sellers, Harry Secombe, Spike Milligan and Michael Bentine....

Posted by: Ozguru at March 23, 2005 06:42 AM

With a name like Alice the Goon I'm afraid to say anything. I don't want a new pair of cement shoes, and ending up sleeping with the fishes. :-)

Posted by: Raven at March 23, 2005 08:07 AM

I can't remember any specific comment Alice the Goon made either. I just signed a petition though to get Popeye cartoons released to the general public. Seems there is a question on who owns intellectual rights on some of the charachters and the cartoon itself.

Posted by: Tom Granstrom at March 28, 2005 03:21 AM
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