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2 comments on “T.G.I…….F…..,,,,,

  1. TJC
    February 25, 2013

    I’m working on it. But as my arteries harden so does my head and it gets a little tougher ever year. Yesterday I was listening to the Dalai Llama’s translator talk about compassion. I started thinking about it but got side-tracked thinking about what a blast it must be being the DL’s translator. You could say anything. People would hang on the edge of their seats to be told whatever wacky crap entered your head. It would make a great SNL skit if Belushi was still around. Good lord…how old would Belushi be now?

    What the hell am I talking about?


      February 26, 2013

      Ahh……..Tj your presence here always adds a bit of class,humor and most importantly a little absurdity. I can see that bit in my mind. When my brother and I were kids we went as the “Blues Brothers” to trick or treat one Halloween I was Belushi’s character and funny enough we sort of played those characters later on as adults while taking a road trip to the French Quarter.

      “It’s a 106 miles to Chicago,we’ve got a full tank of gas,half a pack of cigarettes,its dark and we’re wearing sunglasses. Hit it.”

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This entry was posted on February 23, 2013 by in Inspiration.


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