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The Emergency Alert System interupted my favorite T.V. program last night to tell me that there was a tornado alert in effect until 9:00PM, but what really disturbed me was the black and white footage of Navy battleships sailing on the high seas and the footage of sailors in life jackets before and after the alert – I think I spotted Robert Mitchum and Glenn Ford at one point – causing me to wonder if tornado was an euphemism for the Nazis, and some last invading force was arriving 50 years after the fact to takeover.
Charlie Bill’s nemesis Bugs Bunny often elicited a blustery, “Hold still you danblarn flibberigibbets,” as he attempted to aim his gun and draw a bead on the offensive rodent.
Einstein thought that Glenn Ford would have been perfect to fill the shoes of the titular role in his biopic of Frank J. Zamboni because he possessed that hard to define American grit, but Schrodinger’s cat felt that ice resurfacing stories are best told by actors such as Robert Mitchum or John Wayne because Americans wanted their heroes to have strong chins.
Throughout his long career Glenn Ford loudly refused to eat crepes when served to him at premieres and this often embarrassed his directors, producers and fellow actors who tried to quiet him down, but this would only cause Ford to become louder insisting that crepes are fey - they are from France after all - and real cowboys would only eat a short stack of flap jacks drenched in butter and drowned in maple syrup like they did in the olden days.
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