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Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by wabash, Jan 10, 2001.
Dat's funny stuff right dar!
I admit to having stood back while all the fancy chemistry talk was going on. My education in that field ended the day I learned how to tell Methyl from Ethyl alcohol.
Ah yes the WOOD = CH3OH & GRAIN = C2H5OH
The nurse just read that to me. I guess I had it backwards.
Someone said, "wood." Got Mrs. Taterhead's attention!
I guess I'm going to be busy for 2-3 minutes.
And she for 30 seconds.
Ya can't keep Ethel from her alcohol.
Grain alky goes in the DRIVER
Wood alky goes in the fuel tank
simple concept really.Unless the driver's name is Woody......
Heheheheh..he said "Woody"..Heheheheheh
... and what if the guy's last name is Johnson?
"My name is Raymond J. Johnson, Jr.
Now you can call me Ray,
or you can call me J,
or you can call me Johnny,
or you can call me Sonny,
or you can call me Junie,
or you can call me Junior;
now you can call me Ray J,
or you can call me RJ,
or you can call me RJJ,
or you can call me RJJ Jr."
"but you doesn't hasta call me Johnson!"
The variation that would run on Johnny Carson was even better. Ray would wait until Carson would address him as MISTER Johnson, then launch his spiel, and conclude with the line "You doesn't have to call me MISTER Johnson!"
Carson clearly loved the shtick, for RJJ was a regular guest.
One of the great classics from a time when it was the world made sense and television was silly.
Is anyone here old enough to remember th "Bicentennial Moments" on the Tonight Show during 1976?
When Ben Franklin brought the Liberty Bell to Paul Revere's shop because his "DingDong had a crack in it" ?
almost as good as Jack Webb's Schtick about Kleptomaniac Claude Cooper who copped the copper clappers.
Carson did a great job of cracking up during skits, and the Claude Cooper skit was a side splitter. One of my favorites.
My all time favorite on Carson was the bit with Ed Ames & the tomahawk throwing....
With Carson's comment "I didn't even know you WERE Jewish".....
but the copped copper clappers WAS funny !
Carson was still better than the current Dave and Jay shows...And yes I remember all of those episodes...I just watched Steve Martin as "The GREAT Flydini" onCarson Show on the 17th of this month...
A bit of TV trivia: the audience reaction to that tomahawk impact was the longest sustained laughter interval in US television history.
That I can easily believe ! I've seen it on tape many times & I still laugh.
Yeah, that was a classic.
The only current late night host who can crack me up is Craig Ferguson.