Too d*mn serious…

OK, we have countless things that will spike our anxiety levels, people. We gotta lighten up. Smell the flowers, (through your approved COVID-19 masks only), and hope they don’t smell like antiseptic. Relax, take your shoes off watch a good old movie. Think about when we could go on and not have to be Politically Correct. Ah, yes, those were the days. To help you remember them, here’s something by the Late Great Robin Williams.

Apoligies to any one living the the country portrayed here, it was all in fun…

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9 thoughts on “Too d*mn serious…”

  1. youtu.be/pcnFbCCgTo4
    … Robin Williams, golf – not safe for any mammal.  Side-splitting.

    Embrace civilized humanity.  Exert your IQ.  Enslave the congenitally inconsequential.  Hunt the Left for sport.

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  2. Very funny. I am going about the house chanting

    “I don’t know but I’ve been told

    Chardonnay must be served cold.”

    (my husband doesn’t even ask.)

    Thanks for the laugh Gerry.

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  3. Jojo:
    Very funny. I am going about the house chanting

    “I don’t know but I’ve been told

    Chardonnay must be served cold.”

    (my husband doesn’t even ask.)

    Thanks for the laugh Gerry.

    Be vewry vewry careful…. That could get you committed or at least in one of those backwards canvas jackets with the super long sleeves…

    (wink wink)

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  4. I listened to an old Woody Allen routine recently, about moving to a new apartment.  A laffriot! !  There’s so much to be funny about.  I’m beginning to think the Summer Brothers’ Smothers  Show  has a lot to answer for….

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  5. Hypatia:
    I listened to an old Woody Allen routine recently, about moving to a new apartment.  A laffriot! !  There’s so much to be funny about.  I’m beginning to think the Summer Brothers’ Smothers  Show  has a lot to answer for….

    The week after I graduated from college and was packing to move to NYC, my good friends surprised me with tickets to Woody Allen’s Manhattan and its Gershwin background music.

    I thought I’d have to get used to lobsters running loose in the kitchenette. Oops- was that scene from Annie Hall?  :))

    Dreadful man but great filmmaker.

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