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Life and Monty Python as the Lens … oh, and Kevin

July3

so… here’s the drill…

Darrah Bruestein is brilliant. she’s the type of young lady I THINK I want my own daughters to aspire. Darrah might make being under forty seem cool.

that said, we were exchanging emails over a work-related introduction and I was stunned (yes, stunned; and, therefore borderline flabbergasted) to learn she was fundamentally unaware of the “pinching heads” tactic made famous by the Monty Python (Flying Circus) troupe.

I explained it to her, thusly:

monty python Flying circus“It was a theme throughout the Monty Python skits (they went on for years). I THINK it was featured in the film, And Now for Something Completely Different. That film is not to be confused with another, The Life of Brian (however, for it’s perspective, you have to appreciate, “Life’s a piece of shit, once you think of it…”.).

Monty Python does not strike everyone as funny, just enlightened folk; or people that can ably point to The Young Ones (even more British comedy) and die from laughing due to lack of oxygen.

All that said, you can stand, or sit, at a distance and “pinch peoples little heads”. Its a control thing. It genuinely unnerves some people. Dogs also. Cats not so much. Our hamster Kevin could care less. He’s an insidious bastard, though. Don’t try it with chimpanzees. Seriously.”

I’ll note, here, that you’ve not lived until you have seen a fat hamster investigate a house from the inside of a plastic ball. every time I walk into the laundry room where we keep his habitat, I find him poised in the corner staring at me. I imagine all manner of schemes percolating in his little head behind those beady little eyes. I suspect Kevin might be a contrarian. someone needs to make a movie about such exploits. a blog is necessary, perhaps.

peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

brian patrick cork

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How Far Will You Take $100?

April11

lots of questions… so… how do we teach our kids to do Spring Break right?

do we have a different perspective if we are the parents of a son or daughter?

how many of us fear our kids will do what we did?

and… $100 bucks?

…oh… and, “bend your knees”.

wait… what about the High School age kids now invading Spring Break?

peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

brian patrick cork

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Bitcoin can’t buy much of The Walking Dead

March6

Brian Patrick Cork:

http://lnkd.in/bdyzutp The Walking Dead franchise is more valuable than Bitcoin.

however, both generate hysterical reactions in people.

the word “hysterical” is another brilliant example of how “rich” the English language is with words that can have multiple meanings and applications.

it’s all quite corollary. that said, any zombie apocalypse gives us insight into what will happen to most people that buy into Bitcoin.

Will ‘The Walking Dead’ Spinoff Succeed Where Others Failed? - fool.comAMC Networks’  The Walking Dead continues to be the top show on cable, and much like its zombies, the franchise…just…doesn’t…stop. There are video games, comic books, novels, action figures, a talk show, and even a companion spinoff in the…

peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

brian patrick cork

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there is always an Aftermath

February24

non bloody aftermath

Brandon found evidence of massive snow battle.

apparently no survivors.

but, no zombies either. so, that’s probably good.

mind you… another storm is on it’s way.

the really good news is my new rig will have the winch mounted this week.

peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

brian patrick cork

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