Chip: "This guy is named Mooncalf and why parents would willingly let their children volunteer to hang out with him onstage is beyond me."
Chip: "These girls are hula-hoopers, and I'm not sure they are really part of the festival, but I can almost see the ass of one of them. She's the only one I tipped all weekend."
This is Mary Lou Strong Woman, one of the world's only three performing strong women (according to her), and she is about to rip a KC phone book in half straight down the middle. The boys have rarely been so frightened and aroused at the same time.
This is surely not...? Could it be...? Yes, it's LC's favorite local fashion model, Katy Seib.l in the front row at the Mary Lou Strong Woman show!
Chip: "I'd like to busk her, if you catch my meaning."
Richard: "I'm not sure it makes sense, exactly, but it's funny."
The LJ-World's front page story today concerns the Brown family, who just became the "proud owner of a Teener neighborhood electric vehicle" (LJ-World). This Teener, which is limited to streets with a 35 mph speed limit, is only one of 26 known to be in the US.
Chip: "If I see this thing crawling through my neighborhood, I'm going to kick it over on its back like a fucking turtle."
It's week two of post-season kickball in Larryville, and you'll want to check in with Candlepants' blog prior to heading out to make sure you're aware of all the action on and off the field. Here's an important update:
-Regarding the Screamers, Captain Swaggarty has graciously offered to rescind the results (via email) of their two games because of inadvertently using an ineligible player. Therefore, the bracket now reflects a ToePokes (W) and Screamers (L) as well as a Replay (W) and Screamers (L). Matt Whitesell assures me that Replay will be fielding a team and fulfilling their ref responsibilities. If the Replay choses not to play, they will be responsible for ref duties this Sunday."