Sunday, January 21, 2007

Paul Lynde

I spent yesterday afternoon hanging out in Fitchburg with two old friends. Heather has been a life-long Fitchburg resident (Fitchburg borders Leominster, the birthplace of Johnny Appleseed). We made pizza (there was a small fire in the oven, but we had things under control), watched season one of the Chappelle Show, When Harry Met Sally, Heavy Metal Parking Lot (A fantasic little 15-minute documentary showcasing a tailgate style convergence before a Judas Priest concert in Maryland, 1986), and the KISS segment of a Paul Lynde Halloween special, 1976. Paul Lynde should be immortalized, perhaps on a T-shirt.



Other random T-shirt ideas include:

Crazy Cracker T
A Saltine with the word "CRAZY" embossed into it.

T Shirt
A Giant T logo with the word "shirt" underneath it (I actually made this one myself. I'd like to mess around with different color combos, though).

413 T
"Lest We Forget Western Mass" on the chest with "413"on the sleeve. I also like the idea of having "It's Snowing In the Western Part of the State?" on the back.

No White Bonding T
The classic circle with a slash through the words "white bonding."

They'll Kick Your Ass in Somerville T
Maybe this saying with a converse all star image or something.

I was also thinking of coming up with a series of "alternative" children's books.
























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Blogger Schweighopper said...

HEY- where'd you find the Paul Lynde stuff? We have a small Paul Lynde contingent here who would love to see it!
There is a Donny and Marie episode from Sept. 1977 which is impossible to find. There is audio from it on the web if you look hard enough. Paul Lynde essentially plays Grand Moff Tarkin. Redd Fox is the Obi-Wan Kenobi character. What a hoot!

January 22, 2007 at 7:57 AM  
Blogger 02145 said...

Jere gave me a KISS DVD collection with all kinds of insane footage. Lynde made some terrible jokes (to be expected). It was great!

I am very intrigued by the D & M Star Wars stuff!

January 22, 2007 at 8:59 AM  

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