When you can snatch the virus from my hand, Grasshopper, it will be time for you to shelter in place

When you can snatch the virus from my hand, Grasshopper, it will be time for you to shelter in place | KUNG FLU SNATCH THE VIRUS FROM MY HAND | image tagged in bad photoshop,kung fu,coronavirus,covid-19 | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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BUT, FIRST YOU MUST BURN THESE OUCHIE BOO-BOOS INTO YOUR ARMS | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
I loved that show :-)
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Long before political correctness Carol Burnett did a parody that I'm pretty sure would offend just about everybody today. :-)
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Oh how I miss the golden age of unrestricted comedy!
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Funny how this sketch never made it on The Best Of Saturday Night Live...in the words of Steve Martin, "Comedy Isn't Pretty" :-)
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LMAO! I can remember watching that Pryor/Chase sketch and when Richard's lips started to quiver, I thought that he was really gonna give Chevy a good poke in the face! :) I have read that Eddie Murphy phoned Richard Pryor after the release of "Raw" and told him that Bill Cosby had berated him over his use of foul language...Pryor told Murphy that his only concern should be "making audiences laugh and getting paid" and "tell Cosby to have a Coke and a smile and shut the f**k up!" LOL! Words for all of us to live by, I think! :) Cheers my friend!
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I can certainly believe that. I remember thinking that it was a combination of acting and reacting. Laughter is always the best medicine politically correct or not. Now if you'll excuse me I'm gonna have a Coke and a beer, hold the Coke. Stay healthy and humorous :-)
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Yeah, they would burn the place today.
Blazing Saddles would have never happened.
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48 Hours as well.
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I just watched The Big Lebowski and thought I heard this joke...no offense meant to anybody! :) Replace "black" with "white" and "The Ni**ers" with "The Honkies" and I think it's still funny! LOL! Didn't John Goodman play Fred Flintstone ? Coincidence? :)
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LMAO! The Big Pelowski. Don't want to get too political, but I made this about a month ago and I couldn't resist. I really need to go back and watch that movie again. John Goodman did play Fred Flintstone with none other than Rick Moranis as Barney Rubble... how this all ties together is reeeeally scary boys and girls! :-)
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LOL! The Big Pelowski is a nice photoshop job! :) Nancy can give a joke and take one too I'm sure! LOL! I love all the Coen brothers films and how a bunch of the same actors pop up in many of their various movies! Yeah, all these "tie-ins" are getting a bit freaky...maybe there really is only "6 degrees of separation" :)
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Thanks! The same with Mel Brooks...Gene Wilder, Cloris Leachman, Madeline Kahn, Harvey Korman etc. After "The Grail" two of my top five favorite comedies belong to Mel Brooks ("High Anxiety" and "Young Frankenstein"). :-)
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There are so many great Mel Brooks movies but my top 3 favourites would have to be Blazing Saddles, The Producers and Young Frankenstein...and Gene Wilder stars in all of 'em! See you at the movies! :)
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LOL!
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LMAO!
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LOL! Happy Free For All FotoShop Friday Brian! :) My Christ...Paul sure is looking "older"...I ain't looking in the mirror this morning! LOL! The Beatles have gotta be my favourite group...no other band comes close! Macca is still incredible in concert and John Lennon's singing voice is just indescribable! George and Ringo weren't too shabby either! ;) Stay healthy and happy my friend!
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Good morning Adrien, or should I say afternoon. I totally agree, there isn't a close second. I can still remember when Help came out and Yellow Submarine. Summers with the AM radio blaring Beatles songs, I'll never forget! Here's to your health! :-)
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Good Saturday Brian, How are ya gettin' on? :) On a warm "full moon" evening in July 2009 (Halifax, Nova Scotia) 50,000 hypnotized Beatles fans and I were treated to 3 hours of Sir Paul and his band as they played almost every Beatles and Wings song ever written! :) What a "ham" Macca was...telling stories and having a laugh...you just couldn't get guy off the stage! LOL! I could go on and on, but let's just say that I have seen the most beloved entertainer "In My Life"...and there will never be another experience to top it! I think "Live and Let Die" was supposed to be his final song but he hammed it up for another hour after that! LOL! Peace and Love! :)
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Happy Saturday, Adrien. Doing alright, waiting for our governor (Jay Inslee) to mandate a "Jaycation" (California, New York and Illinois already have and Washington is Corona Central, but I'm still working). How are you holding up? That concert sounds fantastic. Probably the biggest mistake I've made is not making an effort to see Sir Paul the last time he was here. Daughter number three and one of my coworkers went to that show and both say it was the greatest concert they've ever been to. I think "Live And Let Die" is the greatest concert song ever written in that it works so damn well with pyrotechnics. "Wings Over America" was filmed mostly in The Kingdome in Seattle, but alas I wasn't there either. Let It Be, friend! :-)
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Hey Brian, and a happy Bad Photoshop Sunday to you and yours! :) All is very well here...the only shock that I've had recently was going to Walmart and finding the "cat litter" shelves completely gutted...I thought us "memers" were only joking about that...I guess my cat "Sally" is sh*t outta luck! LOL! All of these Beatles "puns" just reminded me of "The Rutles: All You Need Is Cash" Beatles parody film (a must see) By heck, I'm gonna try to find that movie on the net and watch it today for a few laughs! :) Enjoy your day over there! :)
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LMAO! And a happy Bad Photoshop Sunday to you. I remember that, I watched it when it came out on a 13 inch black and white TV. Heavy Monty Python influence with Eric Idle playing Dirk McQuickly (Paul McCartney) if memory serves. That movie reminds me of This Is Spinal Tap for some reason. One of my favorite bits was describing one of the characters as always wearing trunks in the shower because he didn't like to look down on the unemployed. Speaking of Dirk McQuickly the wife and I had a McCartneypalooza last night where we play McCartney songs on the So Now and sing along (much to the chagrin of the neighbors). Usually we don't have a theme (we'll piss off the neighbors with anything from The Turtles to Queensryche), but last night McCartney songs were playing like potato chips! Thanks for the inspiration. Stay healthy and try to avoid any Tragical History Tours. :-)
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LOL! I loved This Is Spinal Tap...the worst fake British accents since Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins! :) You and your wife sound so "Happy Together"...and shag the neighbours..."So sorry, can't answer door due to self-isolation!" LOL! The Turtles lead singer (Mark Volman) "Flo" or "Phlorescent Leech" has an incredible voice and is one of my favs! Flo played King Herod in "Jesus Christ Superstar" (the movie) and stole the show! :) The Turtles "Flo and Eddie" were also members of "Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention"...but that's another story! :) Cheers!
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I told him about the first time I saw him. Pouring down rain, I took the wrong exit, then GPS directed us to an old dock in The Port Of Tacoma (I half expected to see Inspector Clouseau with an inflatable parrot on his shoulder, if that makes sense). Hustled back out to I-5 and played it by ear to the casino parking lot which of course was packed. Found a spot as far away from the building as possible so we were drenched and the venue was at the exact opposite end. We did the O J Simpson Hertz thing thru the casino and when we got to the entrance our tickets wouldn't scan. Finally the ticket taker gave up and let us in. We got to our seats just as the show was starting. Needless to say I was determined to hate the show and b**ch about what a waste of time, but by the third song ("No More Mr. Nice Guy") I was on my feet singing at the top of my lungs. One of our favorite Alice singalongs is "Generation Landslide :-)
2 ups, 6d
LOL! Back in the day, my buddies and I would sit in my cobalt blue AMC Pacer, much like Wayne and Garth with a bit of Cheech and Chong mixed in (yeah, more Canadian influenced humour) and sing along to "Generation Landslide" playing on the shi*ty old 8 track player...I still have the Billion Dollar Babies 8 track tape...those were the days! :) Take care friend!
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The way everything is tying in is just a little scary. My wife introduced me to "Jesus Christ Superstar" years ago. The first time I saw it I didn't get it, but the second time it hit me like a ton of bricks...that movie always brings a tear to my eye. A few Easters ago they did a live broadcast with Alice Cooper as Herod. Many years ago my wife introduced me to Alice Cooper (I knew who he was, but didn't pay much attention). After that first show we ordered some food and when I got the ticket our number was 666. Summer before last we pulled out all the stops and got front row center and backstage passes to Alice at Angel Of The Winds Arena where our hockey team plays. We got to pose with the Frankenstein model and we got our pictures taken with our heads in the guillotine (I have Alice Cooper DNA on my neck!). At the end of the show he introduced each band member and when he got to Tommy Henriksen he said, "believe it or not, from Everett, Washington, Tommy Henriksen" The crowd went nuts and Alice looked me straight in the eye and said, "He's not really from Everett". After the show there was a meet and greet and let me tell you he is the nicest guy. He took five minutes or so with each person and really engaged. He would ask questions, find out what a person's interests were and actually have a conversation. One person asked him where he played golf that day and he said he didn't because it was Sunday and he went to church. Turns out it was the church just down the street from my wife's house. It would've been awesome to be sitting in church and see Alice Cooper stroll in. Sorry this is so wordy, but Alice Cooper is my Dan Aykroyd. Rock On my friend! :-)
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By heck Brian! That's one helluva experience you guys had with Alice Cooper! :) I think that I would trade your Alice Cooper for my Dan Aykroyd any day...Dan is a legend for sure but Alice is one of the Gods! LOL! Motorhead opened up for Alice in 1988 here at our old Memorial Stadium and I can still remember the show...fuggin' wicked! Alice played our Mile One Centre in October 21/2008 (Awoooh! It being Halloween time made the whole experience even scarier kids) and then he came back and played a couple of years later...so I got 3 times lucky! :) Favourite Alice albums: Billion Dollar Babies and Welcome to My Nightmare. Hello! Hooray! Let the show begin! :) Cheers!
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Great Photoshop and excellent concept, you should submit that for sure if you haven't already! I will have to check out that documentary. We saw an interview a couple weeks ago with Dan Rather where he talked about "The Original Hollywood Vampires": John Lennon, Harry Nilsson, Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix etc. Wilson and golden number two had their second litter on a Halloween a few years back. We gave the pups "Halloween names" and there was one little standout we named Eyegore. After awhile the wife thought he needed a different name, so I tried By-Tor, but that didn't last. She renamed him Romeo and though she wanted to rehome him I nixed all the prospective owners. Eyegore/ Romeo is now golden number three. Have a great rest of Wednesday! :-)
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Well thank you for the lovely compliment kind sir! Your Alice meme is well done too, as always! :) Kinda freaked me out when I saw "FEED MY YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN"...I did submit that Alice meme to the Awesome Music stream some 11 hours before reading your comment and titled it..."Feed My Young Frankenstein"...either you are psychic or I am! LOL! "Putting On The Ritz" has become an "ear-worm" for me and I can't stop singing it! :) Hope all is well in Washington my friend! Cheers!
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LMAO! Nice Photoshop! So in a roundabout way, Mork was kind of a red shirt sort of (Red Lives Antimatter). Watched the interview and boy did it bring back memories. I remember all his appearances on The Tonight Show and Johnny Carson's reaction...hard to believe he's gone.

Folks around here aren't quite the team players as they are out there. Going to the supermarket you wouldn't notice anything different other than they've turned the checkstands into salad bars...giant plexiglass sneeze guards in front of the checkers. I may suggest putting stickers on the "sneeze guards" because a guy could really jam his knuckles trying to hand cash to the checker. Also if a bird gets into the store he might crash into one.

"I'm as mad as hell...keep your fugging' social distance, you arseholes!...unless you're bringing me beer!" Have a great "Bad Photoshop Sunday eve" :-)
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LOL! Nice Photoshop yourself! I can't take credit for the Mork/Star Trek image though...I stole it on the net! :) Totally coincidental (maybe) but I am currently watching Robin Williams in "One Hour Photo" on TV...a real departure from the characters he usually played. It's a weird, creepy kinda movie and Robin plays the weird, creepy role very well...it's worth watching! :) I'm glad that you like the Robin Williams interview...I too can remember Robin's appearances with Johnny...I've never seen Carson laugh so much! LOL!
Hey, now you've got the "Newfoundland" spirit...tell those arseholes to keep at two arms length and keep the beer coming! :) Is it Bad Photoshop Sunday again already? How time flies when you're having fun! Have a good one my friend! Oh, I saw your "Oprah" and first thought was "Harpo"...I wanted to take a break from the "coronavirus" memes! LOL!
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Okay, one last wordy text and then I'll chill. At that first show Alice covered songs by Jim Morrison, Keith Moon, Jimi Hendrix and John Lennon and I did a Google search because I forgot which Lennon song. I didn't find out, but I did find an Alice anecdote which I believe is a trifecta. Alice tells the story about John Lennon, Bernie Taupin and himself sitting at a table backstage at the 1974 Grammys. He noticed Brian Wilson across the room looking at them out of the corner of his eye. Suddenly, Brian walks over to their table and whispers to Alice, "Would you introduce me to John?" He couldn't believe that two of the greatest composers on the planet had never met and introduced him thinking that this was one of the monumental moments in rock history and he was part of it. Very politely John told Brian that he was glad to meet him and that he and Paul thought Pet Sounds was one of the greatest albums of all time. Brian said thanks and walked away. A few minutes later he came back and whispered to Bernie if he would introduce him to John. Bernie did and the whole thing repeated itself. After Brian left the second time John looked at a puzzled Alice and Bernie and said, "I've met him hundreds of times...he's got problems you know". John Lennon, Alice Cooper and Brian Wilson...bingo! :-)
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Good Tuesday morning Everett! It is Tuesday isn't it? LOL! That's a great story about Alice, John and Brian and I enjoyed reading it, so don't worry about "wordy" posts...just type slowly 'cause I'm not a fast reader! :) I knew that The Beatles admired The Beach Boys music and vice versa...I just read this:

"The Beach Boys and The Beatles had an echo chamber of inspiration in the mid-60s, with the latter's “Rubber Soul” inspiring “Pet Sounds,” which in turn inspired “Sgt. Pepper's". The song specifically came from listening to “Rubber Soul.” Brian Wilson: "I was so happy to hear it that I went and started writing 'God Only Knows'."

It's the second day in a row of crisp but sunny weather (which is a rarity) and it's time for me to emerge from my cave and "get the smell of house" off me! LOL! Have a safe and happy day! :)
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LOL Thank you! You know what they say about great minds! When I first typed it in I put "Feed My Frankenstein", but then it occurred to me to add "Young". Our beloved governor Jay Inslee (aka Stay In slee) has closed the state, but somehow I've been deemed essential (like the oils) for now. Stay warm, stay healthy and stay away from where fashion sits...for now. :-)
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Goooooood Morning Washington! (Robin Williams is one of my idols) LOL! GMTA...yes, but I think the "saying" goes: Great minds think alike, but fools seldom differ! :) Speaking of "fools"...what's your President been up to lately? (I'm sorry, I just couldn't resist) LOL! "A SEDAGIVE?" Great meme my friend! :) To quote the opening line from the song "A Million Vacations" by Max Webster (another great Canadian band) "Friday, Friday is a good time to shine!" So shine on you crazy diamond...have a safe and happy day and stay "essential"! :)
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Nanu, nanu Newfoundland! I once heard an interview with Adrian Cronauer on AFRN in Alaska. Robin Williams really added a lot to that character! I remember when Mork debuted on Happy Days and wasn't entirely impressed, but I loved Mork And Mindy as Robin defined the character. Jonathan Winters was one of my favorite comedians growing up so I was sure psyched when they added him to the cast. Are you in "shelter in place"? We're supposed to be, but nobody seems to be paying attention. In the words of Stay Inslee, "Stay home, stay safe " :-)
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LOL! Nice Bernie meme! You should definitely submit it...both "sides" would get a kick outta that one! :) The first time that I ever saw Robin Williams on TV was around 1978 (just before his "debut" on Happy Days) when he first appeared on our CBC's 90 Minutes Live hosted by Peter Gzowsky. I was convinced that either Robin Williams was tripping out on "acid" or I was! LOL! His mind was moving so fast that his lips just couldn't catch up..."Jonathan Winters on amphetemines"! :) See attached YouTube link to his second 1978 interview with Gzowsky and enjoy!:)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=at3heTxNTNU

I just watched it and really laughed out loud when Robin says (in Russian accent) I have quick Russian "suppression" to do for you (Groucho voice) "Karl Marx: Imperialism? That's the woist thing I've ever heard!" LMAO!

The powers that be are "requesting" that citizens just stay home, stay safe and keep your social distance if you have to go out to buy essentials. Most people seem to be doing their part to help "flatten the curve" around here...after all, we Newfoundlanders and Labradorians are all in this together and we look out for one another! :) My turn for the long post! Sorry! LOL! Now go and stick your head out the window and yell "I'm as mad as hell...keep your fuggin' social distance, you arseholes!" :) Take care!
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Good day Newfoundland, if I typed any slower my fingers would stick to the screen lol. What a great competition! I remember on the liner notes of Pet Sounds an essay by Paul, praising the album and that if he were stuck on an island with only 10 albums Pet Sounds would be one. I also seem to remember a party in Southern Cal where Paul told Brian, "I was just driving down the coast listening to Pet Sounds, crying me bloody eyes out", but I could be mistaken about that...I can't remember where I heard it. Enjoy the great outdoors! :-)
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LOL! Great Alice meme...I like the bottle of "Poison"! :) Our OZ-FM radio station has a segment called "Desert Island Discs" in which they play a song from 3 different albums...Paul was being a bit greedy wanting 10! LOL! I flicked on the telly earlier and "Young Frankenstein" was on...just in time for the big song and dance number! There's a good documentary titled "Super Duper Alice Cooper"...it's well worth watching if you haven't seen it! Have a great Wednesday...yeah...Wednesday! :)
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LMAO! For a split second I thought Harpo was Mel Brooks, I look at it now and don't know what I was seeing. I made this one sitting at the bar awhile back and when I showed it to my wife she said, "Don't you dare" so I never submitted it. She's a huge Queen fan (Oprah, not so much (the original had "Queen" instead of "The Marx Brothers)). Happy Bad Photoshop Sunday, it seems that the older I get, the faster time goes.

Was it Camus that said, "Don't walk in front of me I may not follow; don't walk behind me I may not lead; just walk to the fridge and get me a beer"?

Have a great Bad Photoshop Sunday (even though it really isn't a thing) and if you take any wooden nickels don't put them in your mouth. Viva La Newfoundland! :-)
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