Friday, July 6, 2012

Moar ye olde scole, now wt monstres



This is just flat out cool. Gashadokuro needs to be on a t-shirt, play sweeper [ed. note: difficult to score sans head, natch], & take my place as Saturday overlord.

8 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

1977!

I gradumacated from high school. Good times.
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susan said...

1977!

As an already well traveled and sensible Canadian adult, I moved to the usa. Come to think of it, all in all I had a pretty good time.

I want one of those t-shirts.

Beach Bum said...

77 was awesome, got caught by a highway patrol dude driving my grandparent's car down a dirt road. I was 13 and had no license but the patrol dude was a second-cousin on my granny's side.

Thank God for small redneck southern towns.

Randal Graves said...

if, ha ha, you're so old. I was four.

susan, dammit, if I only had artistic ability, though with Technology, I can't imagine such a creation would be as impossible as a winning Clevelandia sporting franchise. Hmm.

BB, so you were the inspiration for Cannonball Run.

Lisa Golden said...

1977!

I was twelve. On the cusp of so many boneheaded decisions or nondecisions.

Rainbow. Man oh man. It's been a long time.

Demeur said...

No T shirts for you pal. Have your forgotten the RIAA and ancient Japanese copyrights? Too bad I know they'd be a hit.

Sorry only had ACDC on 8-track back then. Those darn blank spots and annoying click between songs. Curse you William Lear!

Jim H. said...

Keyboards. How quaint.

Randal Graves said...

lisa, I better hear about how you blared Rising whilst rolling down the highway.

demeur, you didn't have AC/DC, problem child.

jim, now it's all gobbledygook e-computer programming, bah, get off my lawn.