Everyone has pieces of literature or art that have influenced them the most. For me, it’s this:
Suddenly, I understand your blog one thousand times better.
Never listened to much Nick Danger. The Black Museum was more my style.
I should mention that I offer Nick Danger as only a sampling of Firesign Theatre. They are quite diverse.
I still have the album (yeah, that’s actual vinyl to you young kids) “Not Insane or Anything You Want To” here at home. It’s rather worn, but still worth listening to.
All I needed to do was read the post’s title and I knew exactly what you were referring to.
Rocky Rococo, at your cervix…
As I drive around alone I often recite Large Hunks of Ralph Spoilsort. I have done this for the last, let’s see, 35 years or so. Firesign Theater rocks.
“at your cervix” was removed from the iTunes version. That might be the only change.
I am constantly thinking “Antelope Express, Two Miles….” and so on.
I laugh whenever someone reaches for the air conditioner.
“What’s that sound? Oh, that’s the people on the other side of the album”
Kinda doesn’t work on a cd. Oh well.
Don’t crush that dwarf, hand me the pliers.
I wonder where Ruth is?
(p.s. I think we’re all Bozos on this bus.)
Let’s stand him in his head.
“Sit down, turn on, and tune out….”
Oh, Nicky, Nick, Nick…
… also known as ….. Betty Jo Belowski….
“How many of us are there, anyway?”
“Are you counting the elevator boy?”
Thank you for introducing me to Nick Danger. I think I better head over to amazon.
One of my favorites, with a great album cover, (with the Salt Lake Gulls) was “In the Next World You’re On Your Own.”
I used to have the album cover (12 inch square cardboard used to house vinyl music) in my classroom with the “All Hail Marx and Lenin” showing. This drove my Secial Ed students crazy.
Hah hah hah… I haven’t heard these guys in years. I used to love their albums.
I’m sorry. you’ve got the… plague.
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