March 4, 2010

Aaaaaah!



It's Grickle in "Channels," by Graham Annable (via Drawn!).

19 comments:

Peter V. Bella said...

Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

Much better now, thank you.

lewsar said...

if a man screams in the city, does anybody hear?

wv: subili, kinda like chili but not

Dust Bunny Queen said...

That's how I feel sometimes after listening to the news, reading the blogs.

Aaaaaaahh!!

Also....kick and throw around some tupperware. You can't break it. It doesn't hurt anything. When you are done....it stacks neatly in the cupboard.

Too bad the two guys didn't connect.

traditionalguy said...

These modern men are not enjoying peace of mind. What could they do besides getting drugged up on useless anti-depressants? Hmmm. That was a good way to show the problem suffered by the existentialists out there.

rhhardin said...
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rhhardin said...

Conflicting edit doesn't always mean your post didn't go in.

babel said...

Between invisible bird to I've lost the sea, what's left?

Not even screams

AJ Lynch said...

I do that whenever i drive thru a tunnel. I swear. It's a great stress reliever but scares the crap of my passengers.

Sofa King said...

AJ me too! I also honk wildly.

AJ Lynch said...

hahaha and the scary part is we do not make this stuff up!

Phil Wylie said...

Ice cream
you scream
we all cream
to a void.

Sofa King said...

The best screamer is Hank Hill.

Bwaaaaaaaaaaaaaah!

EDH said...

I think "Channels" is about how the media, TV content in particular, instills an unhealthy level of stress, fear, anxiety in us just below the surface, and that it bleeds into our personalities daily existence.

lewsar said...

sofa king, would you perchance know betty jo bialowski?

Popville said...
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Popville said...

Lewsar: I knew her as Nancy.

Loved the "Duel" reference, tho Dennis Weaver was best known for his scream in Duel At Diablo.

wv: varhop, virtual carhop

lewsar said...

@popville: i hadn't thought about firesign theatre for years and years before i saw sofa kings "honking wildly" reference.

the further adventures of nick danger got a lot of spins at my college domicile (named mudbath, but that's another story). good times.

Sofa King said...

Amazing how two little words can stick out like that, eh? I can't even use them without mentally hearing Catherwood's voice.

Hazy Dave said...

Yet, if Pixar had done this, it would give Prof. Althouse a headache, or something.

If anyone is interested, you can get All 28 minutes of "The Further Adventures Of Nick Danger" in mp3 format from Amazon for 99 cents. ("It's free... Just a dollar.")

Type "Firesign MP3" in The Professor's 'Search Amazon' ad in the right margin. Also, the Don't Crush That Dwarf and I Think We're All Bozos albums can be had for $1.98 each, since their side-long tracks are currently priced at 99 cents apiece!