Saturday, July 9, 2016

Day at the beach


We're just tryin' to be friendly,
Come and watch us sing and play,
We're the young generation,
And we've got something to say.

15 comments:

rcocean said...

More like the Mummies.

Chip Ahoy said...

Notice the heads get bigger as they come at you? You hardly notice, right? But you would if I didn't resize them as they go along.

In Photoshop each head is its own layer. On the ladder of transparencies there's a stack of backgrounds and four heads. The four heads are copied at once as a set, repositioned and married to its background. One background at a time up the ladderr each with their own set of heads. The copied set of head is copied again and the new copies can be resized as a set, all four heads resized at once. Look at one head, one transparency showing, but resize them all. It's fun! Then reposition them and wed them all at once. So you're copying sets of heads as you go up the ladder and resizing them as you go.

Now, who else is going to tell you this? This is the biggest clues ever. Nobody ever did tell me this crap, I had to ask the internet one question at a time as if it were a person bearing with me through all my stupid questions.

edutcher said...

Hey, hey, we're the Lefties

Chip Ahoy said...

Only two are old. The other two will be around for years and years and years years and years and years years and years and years years and years and years years and years and years years and years and years years and years and years years and years and years years and years and years years and years and years years and years and years years and years and years years and years and years years and years and years years and years and years and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades and decades to come. By then their bodies removed and their heads kept in bell jar like Futurama. To affect their mind-blowingly unpredictable wildly impossible to imagine and utterly divergent brilliant shimmering independent views that always prove to treasure life at all its stages and extend complete fairness to all citizens equally upon an equal playing field reflecting American values and without intentionally shaping them.

[Needs work. It bombed at the Comedy Club.]

ricpic said...

"....and we've got something to say."


"Liberty is so yesterday when we happy few are available to gently guide you down the path to utopia.

'But the Consitution,' you say? Oh, we'll make that fit."

Sixty Grit said...

The Amazing Carnak "2001."

Ed McMahon "2001!"

Carnak glances askance at Ed.

Carnak "May a diseased yak squat in your hot tub!"

Ed "Haw haw haw!"

Carnak "What is the combined age of the four democrats in that picture?"

And then the skit dies, as they all did...

rcocean said...

Meanwhile in California the Gov and 2 senators have an average age of 73.

And Cali is the wave of the future.

rcocean said...

Sixty - I give you a LOL.

Chip Ahoy said...

Would you like to hear something funny?

A 3rd party stat page logs a fraction of what Google stats log. Another Blogger site I run is like a scratchbook where I stick things unrelated. It gets little traffic. It's only reason for being is put odd things. Like Greta Van Susteren looking similar to Clutch Cargo, frozen face and barely moving mouth. So that site that gets no traffic and doesn't deserve any suddenly has 100 hits at the place that logs only a fraction of hits and when I drill down it says "no referring link available" so I don't know where they came from, but a few say they come from TOP something about "if roger ailes were how hes described" And that tells me the name of the post over there where people are coming from. Someone in comments linked. Ha ha ha ha ha. Thanks. It's nice being appreciated. When I looked at clutch cargo greta van susteren I cracked up all over again. She really does look like that. I love it when my earlier self cracks up my present self. Whoever that is, thanks for reminding me.

Sixty Grit said...

I sent a Clutch Cargo link to my brother and his response was "I used to watch that crap?"

Yes, yes you did, and you liked it.

Eat your heart out, Disney!

ndspinelli said...

I was mesmerized by those Clutch Cargo moving lips. I was never much into cartoons. But I did watch Clutch Cargo and Rocky and Bullwinkle.

Lem said...

Joke supposedly told by a 90 year old holocaust survivor.

Two Jewish guys are walking when one notices a sign on a Catholic church that says "Convert to Christianity, and we'll give you $100." The one says to the other, "should we do it??" The other says "NO!! Are you crazy?" The first guy replies "Hey, a hundred dollars is a hundred dollars... I'm gonna do it." So he walks in to the church, and little while later, he walks back out. The friend says "well, did you get the money?" He replies "Oh that's all you people think about, isn't it??"

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

The difference is I like the Monkees.

And David is dead.

Which one of them is David?

Evi L. Bloggerlady said...

I put Davy but it changed it to David.

Chip Ahoy said...

Clutch Cargo looks like someone is holding a still drawing and using their own lips through the mouth cutout. Like a routine on late night television.