… how weird is it to see Lou Costello playing somebody other than Lou Costello? I mean some of the mannerisms remain, but still…
We stand at $280: Thanks to everybody who’ve donated so far!
After explicitly saying otherwise last month, he here seems to be acknowledging that Brad is indeed Shannon’s uncle.
Which of course he is.
I’m in New York, and my computer is in New Jersey.
After “the following options,” she forgot to say “Please listen carefully, because the options have changed.”
I remember when the magazine I work for got a voicemail system, and when you called it the message included “Please listen carefully, because the options have changed. To reach the publisher, press 1; To reach the Managing Editor, press 2…”
I called the publisher — on a direct line — and said “Ray, we just got the system installed this morning. How can the options have changed already?” He told me that line is just part of the standard package.
(You know, going back to the Sally Forth from a few minute ago… when the magazine was circling the drain, maybe I should have tried for the same deal Sally suggested)
… if the place is about to shut down anyway, giving up half of one’s (soon-to-be-nonexistent) salary in return for a stake in the business isn’t such a bad deal, is it? Basically a zero downside here.
Isn’t this kind of an odd choice of songs to sing to a teenager who does stereotypically stay up late?
By the way, from “Singing in the Rain”:
For the record, I take issue with saying “We’ve worked the whole night through” at 1:30am. Six thirty, with the sun coming up, is working the whole night through. One thirty is just staying up a bit late.
…but is this actually “sarcasm”?