Monday, April 23, 2007

A Message from the Sky

I haven't posted anything for a while because I've been very busy helping out the Sasquatch with his fabulous new children's book. The furry man without a face has some very cool stories for young human offspring. Check out the early humble beginnings here:

The Starlight Dreamvision Academy

or visit the Sasquatch's blog: Top Superstar

and feel free to leave feedback and constructive comments.

"Until then, Keep your feet on the ground, and keep reaching for the stars."
Also yours to keep: this wallet size photo of Casey Kasem & Friends!

This week's "Friends": Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys, and their coke dealer.

Clip-out and collect 'em all!


pistols at dawn said...

I say unto thee: huzzah for fantastical tales of wonder. Ramona can only have so many books about her.

Bert Bananas said...

I've missed you. I was thinking about you and it suddenly came to me! I mean, all the clues were there! The hipness, the carefully cropped photo, the sly allusions... I know who you are!!

I know you can't admit it, so I won't, you know, go on and on about it and I'll pretend to accept your denial..., but it's probably a load off your mind that someone finally 'gets' you, Celine Dion!

Bert Bananas said...

P.S., I only have your 'collected hits' CD.

katrocket said...

chèr Bert: Je n'ai pas un idée que vous parlez de.

pistols at dawn said...

Did she just surrender to you, Bert? I have to figure things out from context, and whenever I hear French, it's in the context of a surrender after a shameful military rout.

But, oh, what a beautiful language to listen to! Much as the Eskimos are rumored (incorrectly so, I'll note) to have two dozen words for 'snow,' the French have over one hundred words for 'surrender.'

Quebecois, however, have none, because no one can understand them and it's never come up, because no one wants their land or finds them worth invading.

Zing, Quebec. Zing.

steakbellie said...

You're back!

Chris said...

What Bellie said.