What I am thinking here is that the latest PROPHET comic book series owes a couple of neat tics to BUCKAROO BANZAI [1984].

All those Johns.

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When you slip on a banana peel, people laugh at you. But when you tell people you slipped on a banana peel, it’s your laugh.

—Nora Ephron, 2006.

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So today for lunch I played keep away with a pug on the roof of the Hecla bldng.

Trumps.

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There’s a construction worker on top of the new building going up beside Gibson Block who is singing snatches of “I Believe I Can Fly” at the top of his voice.

It’s raining like you wouldn’t believe.

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Another year. Another month working Taste of Edmonton for EE.

Pay me for summertime.

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snowce:

Eve Arnold, Terence Stamp and Jean Shrimpton, opening night of ‘Modesty Blaise’, London, England, 1965

Krypton was cool as beans.

snowce:

Eve Arnold, Terence Stamp and Jean Shrimpton, opening night of ‘Modesty Blaise’, London, England, 1965

Krypton was cool as beans.

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I’ve had worse weekends. Let me state straight up there were significant positives. Mostly I got to see an old friend I rarely see. But by the next morning there was an old—and different—friend who had blown our respective friendship up, and someone’s brother who played the fool, and a couple of very dangerous lies, and a nearly torn relationship with my partner, and two cracked ribs, a split lip, busted jaw and a scratched up face. Happy Canada Day.

The good times are killing me.

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People came to Belmont on Saturday to watch a champion run. They got what they paid for. He just didn’t win, is all.

Charles P. Pierce, 2014.

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