Paint your pallet blue and gray (and red). Submission suggested by VinceVance (Gogh)

Paint your pallet blue and gray (and red).  Submission suggested by VinceVance (Gogh) |  THE SCARY NIGHT | image tagged in bad photoshop,the starry night,covid-19,vincent van gogh | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Vincent, lend me your ear. :)
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YOU'VE GOT MY EAR, NOW TALK TO ME... HELLO?  HELLO?  IS THERE ANYBODY THERE?!!! | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
LMAO!...What you don't see is that Ringo is on the other end and he's singing a song and he's trying not to sing out of key. :-)
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LOL! Celfish is great! Another eye-watering scene for me was Palin (King of Swamp Castle) standing in front of the castle "window", turns to his "effeminate" son and says "One day, lad, all this will be yours! And his son replies "What, the curtains?" LOL! Your Holy Ale meme looks terrific! Last evening, for sh*ts and giggles, I googled "Holy Grail Ale" and of course...it's been done! LOL! It's made in Britain (I think)...would be great to track down a case to have a taste! :) Your "Sean Connery" shlurring impression reminded me of your President trying to pronounce "The United Shtaytes" LOL! Okay, so Donald's popping Chloroquine as if they were TicTac's...his doctor's name is Sean Conley (Sean Connery? LOL!)...there's a Dr. Rick Bright and a Dr. Larry Brilliant in the mix...where's Dr. Dolittle and Strangelove? LOL! I hope that you're enjoying celebrating your son's birthday and sharing memories of your father...I miss my old dad too. As Ringo Starr likes to "sign off"...Peace and Love! :)
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LMAO! "She's beautiful, she's rich, she has huge...tracts 'o land"...hilarious scene! Love the two guards...for some reason Eric Idle reminds me of Stan Laurel. A few years back I put together the all derrierre team: Warren Moon, Maurice Cheeks, Marion Butts, Jeff Reardon, coach Bum Phillips and their cheerleader would be local personality John Keister. I'm pretty sure there were more, but I can't think of them right now. Have a great evening! :-)
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LOL! I just copied your meme and have to send it to me buddy, Mike! :) Didn't Warren Moon play in the CFL up here in Canada? "The passer with the ass, sir" LOL! For some reason "Beaker from The Muppet Show" always reminded me of Stan Laurel...similar voices? LOL! How's work going for you? There's not much of a morning rush hour around here yet, which is great 'cause I get to sleep in a bit later! LOL! Have a good night my friend!
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LMAO! I forgot Dan Bunz and I think there are more. Warren Moon won the 1978 Rose Bowl as quarterback for my alma mater Washington Huskies. He then played several seasons for The Edmonton Eskimos and I believe he set a lot of records and won a Grey Cup or two or more. He then was picked up by The Houston Oilers and finished his hall of fame (Canadian and American) career with The Seattle Seahawks. After retiring he became the color man for The Seahawks alongside former Hawk Steve Raible on KIRI radio. I know Raible is still play by play, but not sure if Warren is still doing color. :-)
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Good Friday morning Washington! :) I attended a CFL game in Edmonton (I guess a couple of years after Moon was there)...I think that they were playing Calgary...it was probably my first exposure to such a large crowd and didn't pay much attention to the game! LOL! Worked late last night printing "COVID social distancing signs"...and believe me, I ain't complaining! :) We are at "Level 4" here, 3 more Levels to go to get to Level 1..."Living With COVID-19"...with only about 1/4 of "businesses open", I feel very, very fortunate to be working! :) It's Friday and it's payday! Hey...have a great Memorial Day weekend my friend! :)
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Happy Friday evening Newfoundland! The UW had another quarterback that played in The NFL back in the 70's: Sonny Sixkiller. The first football games my dad ever took me to were Husky games and Sonny was our QB (Before The Seahawks came along in 1976). Chuck Barr is ("Gong Show" creator and host) wrote a book ("Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind") where he claimed he was a CIA assassin who often used the alias "Sunny Sixkiller" (with a "U" instead of an "O"). Years ago he was on a local radio show and the host asked him if he knew who Sonny Sixkiller was. He said he thought he was a QB for The Huskies and the host asked him if he wanted to talk to him (Sonny was working for the station as a sports analyst at the time). Chuck freaked out when he got to talk to Sonny (another small world story).

Congratulations on going back to work! I am thankful every day that I've been able to stay working. We are at level one trying to get to four and we were supposed to be eligible for two on June 2nd, but it looks like that carpet is going to be pulled out from under us. Have a great long weekend and don't work too hard when you get back! :-)
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LOL! Now that's politically incorrect! :) Good Saturday morning "best coast"! :) It's too bad that American style football isn't a popular "organized sport" here...it would be nice to watch a few games. Soccer and Rugby are played a fair bit and we have produced some world class players! :) Thank you for the "congrats", my friend! Alas, it's not a long weekend here...I kinda wish it was 'cause the boss lady (owners are a husband and wife team) warned us all to expect a lotta "overtime" next week...once again, I ain't complaining! LOL!

You say that you are only at Level One? Will Alice be able to worship at your local church after his round of golf this weekend? :) Cheers to the both of us for being amongst the "not too many" to have a job during these surreal times...and I think that workers at McDonalds, Walmart, supermarkets, gas bars, etc. deserve a helluva lot more than minimum wage and should be given "contact pay"! :) Right then...off to blow me paycheck on some fine wine and fancy women! LOL! Y'all have a good one!
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LMAO! Nice! G'day mate. For most of my life football has been THE sport. Played soccer as a kid, really loved watching cricket when I was in The South Pacific, became a huge baseball fan in the '90's when The Mariners were fun. Always liked hockey because there is so little down time. We started walking (the house in Everett is about 5 blocks from the arena) to hockey about 8 years ago and now I have to say hockey is my favorite sport (must be the Canadian in me).

Even though it's hectic, isn't it great to be working? We were getting slow to the point that I took the last 2 Fridays off, but jobs are starting back up and this week the orders started pouring in...here we go!

Funny you bring up Alice and church. Our meet and greet concert was on a Sunday and somebody asked Alice where he golfed that day. He said, "I don't golf on Sunday, I go to church". Somebody asked which church and it turns out he went to the Baptist church that is just a couple blocks away from the Everett house. Talk about an opportunity lost...if we had been there we could have yelled out, "The Reverend Smith he recognized me and punched me in the nose"...don't think Alice would have appreciated that.

I don't know about fast food workers, but grocery store workers here are getting hazard pay.

Enjoy your fine women and fancy wine...oops...Cheers! :-)
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LMAO! Now that's a meme! :) Well I guess my body clock is back to normal as I'm now hitting the hay "early" and waking up "early"...just in time to flick on TV and I'm now enjoying "A Clockwork Orange" (one of my favourite films)...a bit of "ultraviolence" to start off a Sunday! LOL! Yes, it is wonderful to be working...as Canadian Joni Mitchell would sing "You don't know what you've got 'til it's gone"! :) Looks like you and I can count ourselves as being amongst the "blessed" living on this continent...or on a big island of rock just off the continent! :)

There was nothing "psychic" involved with my "Alice going to church" comment as you told me about your Cooper concert several weeks ago! LOL! I told you before that I was in Seattle back in the late 90's...I played 9 holes of golf at Jefferson Park Public Golf Course (Freddie Couples learned how to play golf there, I think?). I actually played with a "TV personality" (as the cashier at the Pro Shop described him) I will save the rest of my "brush with the stars" for later on! LOL! Have a great Bad Photoshop Sunday my friend! :)
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LMAO! When I first saw your meme I thought it was Michael Scott from The American Office. I've never seen "A Clockwork Orange" in its entirety (on the bucket list), but I know what the premise is. For some reason when I think of it I think of an old Monty Python sketch, "Hell's Grannies".

My poor wife works real estate out of our house and with all the regulations it's very difficult to show houses so she spends a lot of time cooped up. I can really see the toll this is taking on her so I am constantly reminded how lucky I am to be working. As Canadian William Shatner might have said, "You don't know what you got 'til it's Gorn"...sorry.

Got 2 of the grandkids over today so things are kinda hectic. One does not simply reason with terrorists...or toddlers. Happy BPS Newfoundland! :-)
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LOL! I was trying to figure out who Alice looked like and you are spot on...Steve Carell (The Office, 40 Year Old Virgin)! Yes...watch "A Clockwork Orange" sometime...you can't go wrong with Stanley Kubrick...he's kinda like Terry Gilliam (Pythonesque) :) Nice pun on the Joni Mitchell song! LOL! There are a lot of small businesses still closed here so we are very lucky to be busy, designing and producing "COVID signage" for the spots that are open! :) Hope you had the day off to rest up after your day with your grandkids! Time for supper! Take care and have a peaceful easy evening! :)
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LOL! One of the scenes of "A Clockwork Orange" I've seen is at the end when Malcolm McDowell is eating "eggy weggs" and making exaggerated chewing motions (which my OCD became enamored with). I really need to give it some context. It was a mauzy and grainy Memorial Day, but fortunately I was able to mow and pick up the poop (not necessarily in that order) yesterday, even with the grandkids. You take care and, "I'm already there" :-)
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LMAO! That's great, I never thought of that pun! :) And I haven't seen the remake of the original and must see it. Yes, wasn't McDowell being "spoon fed" by the "politician"? I can't remember but I loved that smirk on his face! LOL! One of the memorable lines for me, was when Malcolm approached a "bird" in a record shop who was sucking on a single Popsicle and said "It's a bit cold and pointless, isn't it luv?" LOL! My small bed of daffodils are in full bloom all of a sudden and just like that, temps are finally getting into the low 60's..."Life Is Beautiful"...have you seen that film? It's a good 'un! Here's to a most excellent Hump Day!
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LOL! I've never seen either version, but I know the premise. Weather here can't make up it's mind...crappy last weekend, sun came out yesterday and looks good today, supposed to be crappy this weekend. I remember "Life Is Beautiful" winning an Oscar for best actor (I think), but haven't seen it and don't know what it's about. Finally saw "Rocket Man" (on the same weekend we watched a bunch of "Ozark"). Trying to keep the two straight, but I keep seeing Elton John laundering money. Have a fantastic hump day! :-)
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LOL! For a second there I though that Justin was a baby seal! :) "Elton John laundering money" is funny...I haven't seen Ozark but it sounds like a "gangster" series? Worked late last night and came home and crashed immediately. I woke up around 5:00 AM to catch Python's "And Now For Something Completely Different"...I had forgotten most of it, so I laughed out loud a few times! :) It's gonna warm up to mid-70's and sunny this weekend and I am really looking forward to a BBQ (I like using charcoal over propane)...getting some sun and having a few cold ones! :) "Sunny Days" (by Canadian band Lighthouse). Have a great Friday!
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LMAO! Once again at first glance I thought it was David Bowie. One last template in the "Gorn With The Wind" series. The first two seasons of "Ozark" were really good. We finally got around to watching season three and almost didn't make it through episode one. We did and it picked up, but we left off at about episode six and it may be awhile before we finish it. I don't think I've ever seen "And Now For Something Completely Different" start to finish, but I'm familiar with virtually all the skits. Things really warmed up here the couple of days, but it isn't supposed to last. We live in a "convergence zone" where easterly air flows from The Pacific are split in two by the Olympic Mountains on the peninsula and reconverge right on top of us creating nasty weather. Cheers and enjoy your "Sunny Days"...I will have a cold one and enjoy "Strange Days" (by American Band The Doors. :-))...bring on the weekend!
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