Hey! Thanks for the heads up. I'll take a look. (As I've started posting with my Google account, maybe I should also start checking that little "Email follow-up comments" box.) -- Damian
Appropos of nothing in particular: I just finished watching Quentin Tarrantino's eighth feature film, The H8ful Eight. If anyone here has seen it, does anyone else besides me think that Walton Goggins, at times, in his portrayal of the character, Chris Mannix, is channeling Elrod with his speech patterns?
I say, I say, don't Elrod's speech patterns come from some other, more well known source?That boy's nuttier than a fruitcake....
That subject line scared me for a moment.
You beat me to it Travis,that boy is abut as sharp as bowling ball, his lips are moving but nothing is coming out!
Travis! You are referring, of course, to Senator Beauregard Claghorn?Hells bells. I just found this on Senator Claghorn's Wikipedia page:"Dave Sim adopted the same speech patterns for Elrod the Albino, a character in his independent comic book Cerebus the Aardvark; whether these were derived directly from Claghorn or from the cartoon rooster is unknown."We could settle this right now. Dave? For the record?
I thought Dave already settled that in one of the Swords commentaries. He quotes (I think) Wendy Pini talking about Elrod as: "Elric, but he talks like Foghorn Leghorn." -Lee
Apparently, many folks here haven't seen my Elrod impersonation. I've always done him as Foghorn Leghorn.I'm still working on my Elrond impersonation, but they'll have to let me hang out for a while at Rivendell so I can finish it.
How about your L. Ron impression?
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