Sunday’s podcast will be about hurtling down the hideously hole-y highway outside my house. I’ll bet you have one outside your house too. It can be a truly hurt-full experience because you never know when a giant claw is going to reach up out of that pothole, and grab you by whatever you’ve got hanging down. And when you get to our Louie Louie Generation stage of life, there’s usually something hanging down. You’ve got to be in good shape to survive. So remember, white bread and sugar will kill you within ten minutes. And read the small print on the TV commercials for the medications you’re taking. Like the ones where the smiling grandfather is fishing with his kid while the voiceover is saying things like “Some side effects have been noted like dry mouth, navel lint, and death.” 

One Response to “Dickie-Quickie”

  1. andi says:

    i don’t know if i’m in the Louie Louie generation yet (I’m 54) – but i can SO understand ALL of it (and listening to the “voiceovers” on those medicine ads – OY VEY!)