Rat on, Kathy!
Also, “rat on” to recordings featuring ventriloquists and their dummies.
Git down on it, Swamp Dogg!!
… if the dummies are wearing yellow gingham checks like the Smylies, they’re cool.
I loved my Swamp Dogg LP.
Also my Captain Hook LP, although it was not the same as featured. Mine was “Captain Hook A-Live in Texas!” Christian pirates! Aarrrgh!
Endless bolts of yellow-checked gingham. Viva Los Smylies!
The Smylie Family’s garb is like the cream-colored meal Cindy witnessed at the hospital cafeteria.
Kathy, thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Oh shit, Kathy–I’m sure Michael and Cindy will understand this, but, I love you. This is great. You find the best stuff. This is ambition like you would find a $5 bill in an old coat pocket.
Oh. Thank you, Kathy.
Awesome. Seems like I’ve been wheezy-laughing for two days now.
I’ve worked with several “Codys” in my life. He made me crazy and sad, happy and mad. I was never prepared for what he would bring to work any given day.
I found no way to help any of them. Maybe they didn’t need any help?
hm “Can I borrow a feeling” was the name of Milhouse’s dad’s demo tape on the Simpsons…
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