I’ve never been to Mt. Rushmore. Never had the desire. But for that I would gas up the old Chevy and when I got there I would take a few pictures with me posing right between…………
heh, huge tracts of land, indeed.
I’d take up free climbing.
Yes indeed that is a mountainous bust…
But in the other sense, is that:
“America ain’t, just yet?” or “America ain’t just, yet?”
I’ll second that PaulS.
All three statements are true IMHO.
Hey Chris, how much longer will the title block for Jan 2 “Play Ball” be on the bottom of the home page?
I thought I’d fixed that.:(
Will this wind up being a wallpaper or something?
“Land of the freeeeee, and home of the unbound.”
Huge tracts of land… in a very real and legally binding kind of way…
Sometimes I will chide my husband for being an overtly randy jokester, and he’ll reply, “Guy,” by way of explanation. This strip is a joke he will appreciate.
“Is this some kind of bust?’
“Yes ma’am, very impressive. But we just want to ask a few questions.”
Lt. Drebin would approve.
I’d volunteer my maintenance services, but _on belay_ only. Too easy to get distracted and fall, otherwise.
Too bad after a few decades of normal erosion and staining, those magnificent raptor perches will look like they’re leaking.
Grand Tetons, indeed. Any comments about canyons would be cause for violence.
And yet another Monty Python reference. I take it your a fan…me too!
Reminds me of Marty Feldman climbing “Mount Giltenburg” (Juli Edge’s giant br**st) in Every Home hould Have One…
I think it was “Huge tracts of land.”
I think what we can take away from this is that the structural integrity is intact. There won’t be any shifting or subsidence.
Speaking of tea (we were, weren’t we?) While driving last night I thought of this and you putting it on Zed’s pickup as a bumper sticker would tickle me:
“America, you can’t get TEA from a Bush.”
Mind if I have that made into a bumper sticker?
But can you get TEA from an Обама?
Appealing…but at some point they’d break off and fall, like the Old Man in the Mountain did, and that would look…bad.
Never. Too sturdy a foundation.
“The Rockies may crumble, Gibraltar may tumble,
They’re only made of clay. . . . “
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