Guyz-n-flyz 2007-12-15 13:50:41
A husband shopping center has just opened where a woman may go to choose a
husband from among many men. The store is comprised of six floors, and the
men increase in positive attributes as the shopper ascends the flights.
There is, however, a catch: As you open the door to any floor you may
choose a man from that floor, but if you go up a floor, you cannot go back
down except to exit the building and you can never re-enter.
So a woman goes to the shopping center to find a husband. On the first floor
the sign on the door reads: Floor 1 – These men have jobs.
The woman reads the sign and says to herself, “Well, that’s better than my
last boyfriend, but I wonder what’s further up?” So up she goes. The second
floor sign reads:
Floor 2 – These men have jobs and love kids.
The woman remarks to herself, “That’s great, but I wonder what’s further
up?” And up she goes again.
The third floor sign reads:
Floor 3 – These men have jobs, love kids and are extremely good looking.
“Hmmm, better” she says. “But I wonder what’s upstairs?”
The fourth floor sign reads:
Floor 4 – These men have jobs, love kids, are extremely good looking and
help with the housework. “Wow!” exclaims the woman, “very tempting. BUT,
there must be more further up!” And again she heads up another flight.
The fifth floor sign reads:
Floor 5 – These men have jobs, love kids, are extremely good looking, help
with the housework and have a strong romantic streak.
“Oh, mercy me! But just think… what must be awaiting me further on?” So up
to the sixth floor she goes.
The sixth floor sign reads:
Floor 6 – You are visitor 123,456,789,012,345 to this floor. There are no
men on this floor. This floor exists solely as proof that women are
impossible to please.
Thank you for shopping at HusbandMart
Op –just passin’ along superior knowledge–
X119usenet 2007-12-16 08:05:28
Hey, Op, I can’t help but wondering, and I’m
impolite enough to ask: did something
happen to that budding romance of yours ?
Wolfgang 2007-12-16 08:05:52
The b****** found some chi……..um…….heh, heh,…..never mind.
it’s o.k., i’m over it. 🙁
Guyz-n-flyz 2007-12-17 12:07:30
Thanks for remindin’ me Greg, just as the tears had, finally, dried-up!
Snake let me down very easily. I am now an internet stalker, again.
Op –her words were: “You sorry piece-o-s***, get out of my life!” I was
grateful for her candor.–
Guyz-n-flyz 2007-12-17 12:07:32
We’re back on, again. Get used to it!
Op –when you comin’ back down ta see your man-w****, and fish of course?–
Wolfgang 2007-12-17 12:08:20
Hmph……..just when you think the news can’t possibly get any worse. 🙁
Not sure. The purchase of a house last summer……and keeping Jeffie in
beer and pasties for a week……put a serious crimp in the budget. I’m
giving serious thought to doing the Penn’s thing in May if I can swing it,
and October sure is a nice time to be in the Smokies.
Guyz-n-flyz 2007-12-17 15:28:50
Hurtful, at the very least…..
Once I get my finances straight and figure out how much *actual* time off
will be mine this year, I am goin’ somewhere North, and WI seems as good a
northern locale as any. So, I’ll let ya know for sure my dates and
destination. That way you can leave the state or go into hidin’, long
before I arrive.
The temp. here–Lenoir area– today is in the 70s, and no precip. to speak
of. I should have headed to one of my favorite, uncrowded and undiscovered
streams today, but I have to pick Snake up at the airport, in Greensboro,
this eve. I think I will make plans to fish this week after work, before
the perdicted nasty weather moves in. I ain’t heard back from any of the
second jobs that I have applied to, so I better get some fishin’ in before I
actually do get a second job. I’d try to get a job parkin’ cars, but 4 & 5
star restaurants are few and far between in these parts. Op
Wolfgang 2007-12-17 15:28:58
We’ll save some fish and curds for you.
The thermomter on the front stoop says 26, the digital next to me at the
window reads 31.3, and the one oustide the kitchen window says 28. Taking
an average, I make it out to be roughly way too f*****’ cold to fish.
Besides, the temperature is dropping, it’s windy and it’s starting to snow.
Tell Snake the boys all say hello…..and dump Opie.
Start your own list……you’ll be amazed how fast the jobs open up…..and
just think of all that great food! 🙂
X119usenet 2007-12-18 01:38:53
Sorry to hear that, Mark: she seems to be a
very interesting person.
Guyz-n-flyz 2007-12-18 06:50:44
Yes she is a very fine, attractive, fun, and interestin’ person. Shed not
tears for me ROFF, as my name is not Strider!
I was supposed to pick Snake up this eve in Greensboro, NC, but her flight
out of Vancouver, BC, Canada, North Amerika, planet Earth was canceled due
to inclement weather, or so she said? I suspect that she is just toyin’
with my head. She likely knew that the weather and temp would be just
right, back here, to go flyfishin’, and that I wouldn’t dare take-off on my
own, knowin’ that I was supposed to pick her up at the airport this eve. In
her diabolical way, she waited ’til just the right moment–to late to go
fishin’, but not to late to wish I had gone earlier–to call and tell me she
wouldn’t be comin’ in until Tues.
Op –WOMEN! and I bet they control the weather too!–
Snakefiddler 2007-12-21 08:21:28
Tell Snake the boys all say hello….and dump Opie.
Hi Boys!! :-))
Snakefiddler 2007-12-21 08:21:29
Shed not teas for me Roff, as my name is not Strider
Oh Strider, Aragorn- King of all Middle Earth- sighhhhhh……..
Snakefiddler- wishin I was Arwen right about now…..
Georgeclevelan 2007-12-21 08:21:45
Just read a good review of LOTR and Tolkien at salon.com.
And I don’t think Opie was referring the Aragorn son of Arathorn, heir of
Elendil, but rather a peculiar fellow over on rec.backcountry.
Wolfgang 2007-12-21 13:27:50
Hm……I dunno. I mean, it’s clear that the king business ain’t what
it used to be and the guy WAS a ranger back in the day, right? Well,
what better place for a geezer with nothing left to do….no goblins
to slay….no world to save, etc….than hang out in a newsgroup
ostensibly dedicated to a subject he used to be more than passably
familiar with. And at his age and given the sort of changes he’s been
through, I should hope he’d be a bit crazy by now. I think somebody
oughta ask him outright if he used to hang out with elves and
s***…….um…..you ask him…..go on, I double dare ya! 🙂
don’t get too close though, he might have a sword or something under
that cloak. 🙁
Kevin vang 2007-12-21 17:33:41
Either that, or he’s just happy to see you.
Wayne harrison 2007-12-21 21:38:29
hilarious, even though lacking in originality. 🙂
Snakefiddler 2007-12-22 16:16:41
Elendil, but rather a peculiar fellow over on rec.backcountry.
Natural conclusion for me to come to since Op knows that in the last two
weeks I have seen the Return of The King four times, and hope not to be
through with it yet! What I have not told him-for fear he will learn the
truth of my insanity- is that in the last two weeks I have also re-watched
extended versions of the first two LOTR films on dvd twice each! Great
So Op- who were you referring to when you said shed not tears for me, for my
name is not Strider….
the web sites were nice- good commentary on Tolkien and this work. Tolkien
makes many great statements on the human condition and the condition of the
social and political world in this story. So, while this stuff is
enormously entertaining, there is much more to taken from it.
Snakefiddler- thinking of joining a 12 step LOTR program
Guyz-n-flyz 2007-12-22 16:16:45
He’s just some dumb-a** that’s been postin’ of late. I had no clue, not
clue bat to assist me, about the Strider in the LOTRs thingy. Been quite a
while since I read that stuff, and was really only smitten with THE HOBBIT,
and not the Trilogy.
Op –go cold-turkey! them programs are so controlin’.–
Wayne harrison 2007-12-22 16:16:56
hilarious. but you would be one lonely lady.
Snakefiddler 2007-12-22 16:17:00
Wayne harrison 2007-12-22 16:17:05
’cause nobody wants to stop.
your friend in the piedmont wayno
Snakefiddler 2007-12-22 16:17:17
I really don’t either- truth be known! I wish Boone would continue to show
it all through the winter and into the summer like Vancouver will do. They
will continue to show it, and have numerous special showings where you can
buy a ticket to see all three films at once, and they will do this probably
for a year! People there are really hooked on it. Snakefiddler-
Wolfgang 2007-12-23 07:26:59
Before you make a habit of introducing yourself to a room full of strangers
and are forced to make a weekly decision about whether you are more bored by
repeating your story ad infinitum or by listening to theirs, you might want
to have a look at “J.R.R. Tolkein’s The Lord of the Rings”, one of the
“Modern Critical Interpretations” series. This volume, a collection of
scholarly essays, is edited and contains and introduction by Harold Bloom.
I haven’t read it myself yet (currently in number six position on the to be
read list), but if you’re interested in Tolkien’s work as anything more than
a pleasant diversion you’ll probably find it illuminating.
Chelsea House Publishers
You might also find an exploration of Tolkien’s relationship with C.S Lewis
Georgeclevelan 2007-12-23 22:32:11
As much as I liked Tolkien, I always disliked C.S. Lewis. While it was
obvious that Tolkien’s world was a conservative one ( H***, conservative
doesn’t come close. Medievalist is more accurate), he didn’t cram it down
your throat. With Lewis I always felt I was being force fed his religion.
That and I think Tolkien was a far superior writer.
Wolfgang 2007-12-23 22:32:29
Despite some obvious similarities (not surprising since Lewis and Tolkien
were friends and conversed regularly about their work) The Lord of the Rings
and the Narnia books are also vastly different works in many ways.
Nevertheless, they invite comparison for a number of reasons, the
relationship between their authors looming large among them. Scholars,
again not surprisingly, have not hesitated to take up the gauntlet and, as
Mr. Lincoln said, for those who like that sort of thing, that’s just the
sort of thing they like.
Personally, I think you’ve distilled the argument and the majority
conclusion (as well as mine) about as nicely and succinctly as it can be
done. You will probably burn in h***. 🙂
Snakefiddler 2007-12-24 14:16:04
In the fine company of the manipulating Mr. Wormwood, no doubt!
Snakefiddler 2007-12-24 14:16:20
correction- Mr. Screwtape!
Snakefiddler- ooops- wouldn’t want to slander poor Wormwood!
Jcook 2007-12-24 14:16:24
Never got around to _The_Silmarillon_ (sp?), did ‘ya? Heavy sleep
No doubt about it, CS Lewis was a Christian apologist, and made no
attempt to hide it.
BTW, I have never been able to appreciate poetry, and the poems in
LOTR just didn’t do anything for me. I’d love to hear comments about
them from those out there who _like_ poetry. Are they “good”? Did
they add to your appreciation of the story? Anything else?
Ken fortenberr 2007-12-24 14:16:26
I *love* poetry. Tolkein’s “poems” in LOTR are god-awful. IMHO, of course.
Tim j. 2007-12-24 14:16:30
Me too. I especially like the ones about the people from Nantucket.
Snakefiddler 2007-12-24 17:21:03
Speaking of the Chronicles of Narnia, several years ago I was in a
reataurant in Sarnia, Ontario called Aslan’s. I was tickled pink when I
recieved an affirmative answer to my question of whether it was named for
Aslan, the lovable lion in the Narnia books. Pretty cool.
Wayne harrison 2007-12-24 17:21:08
ditto. yfitons wayno
Lat705 2007-12-24 17:21:17
You mean like:
There once was a girl from Nantucket
Who kept all her gold in a bucket
Her daughter named Nan
ran off with a man
and as for the gold
Nan tuck et.
(Probaly my worst post to a newsgroup)
Snakefiddler 2007-12-24 17:21:18
Never got around to_The_Silmarillin_ (sp?), did ‘ya. Heavy sleep inducer…
I have not read the Silmarillion-(correct spelling :>), but my Aunt and
Uncle -in-law, who are nothing short of Tolkien scholars, have read the
Silmariliion many times and according them , while it is not essential to
have read it to understand The Lord of the Rings, there are numerous
overlaps and connections between the two, therefore a reading of the
Silmarillion would enhance an appreciation for LOTR.
As for the poetry in LOTR, I quite like it. Tolkien has a gift for inducing
visions of grace and beauty, as well as terror and ugliness in the poetry
found in this body of work. Another nice thing about it is that since the
poetry is placed in context, it is easy to understand, and nicely enhances
The songs, which I guess can also be considered poetry, are beautiful as
Danl 2007-12-24 17:21:19
…..and you are correct!
Riverman 2007-12-24 17:21:27
Some favorite limericks:
There once was a man from Peru
Who’se limericks ended at line two….
and then there’s:
There once was a man from Verdun….
and for the more esoteric among us:
There was a giraffe….
X119usenet 2007-12-24 20:30:00
Wolfgang 2007-12-24 20:30:15
I tried it.
I thought it was gripping……..right up there with the Van Nostrand
Reinhold “Encyclopedia of Mathematics”. 🙁
And that’s putting it mildly. I think he was obsessed to the point of pathology.
Despite a few notable exceptions, I’ve always felt pretty much as you
do about poetry. Fortunately, it’s pretty easy to avoid most of the
time. On those rare occasions when it appears in an otherwise
enjoyable book…..like Tolkien’s…..I tend to think of it, at best,
as paying dues or something on that order. I’ve never actually
excised offending poems from a book with a razor blade, but I
attribute that omission to laziness (ya never got a razor blade ready
to hand when you really need it) rather than lack of desire or intent.
Lat705 2007-12-24 20:30:35
My fav orite poem:
Roses are red
violets are blue
some poems rhyme
and some don’t
Snakefiddler 2007-12-24 20:30:48
blade, but I attribute that omission to laziness (ya never got a razor blade
ready to hand when you really need it) rather than a lack of desire or
Ken fortenberr 2007-12-24 23:01:52
You posted pages of text for the sole purpose of adding
“LOL :)))” to the conversation ? Good grief woman, steal
a nickel from somewhere and buy a clue from your boyfriend.
And that’s a bargain, most clues cost a quarter.
Ken Fortenberry – not a nice person
Snakefiddler 2007-12-24 23:02:00
No s***? I figured that out a while ago…..
Snakefiddler -having withheld my tongue in response to previous sexist,
agist, and misogynistic posts of yours, but am reconsidering …
oh s***- there I go
Guyz-n-flyz 2007-12-24 23:02:05
I see where it could get quite taxing scrollin’ down to her part of the
post. To cut down on the stress and strain, I’ve been workin’ out with
Op –What kind of boredom causes such petulence, Ken?–
Guyz-n-flyz 2007-12-24 23:02:08
Should have read *petulance.*
Op –oops, I should have paired that down, I guess?–
Ken fortenberr 2007-12-24 23:02:13
Look here Ms. Fiddler, if you wish to participate in this forum you
should at least spend a few moments learning about Usenet netiquette.
It is the courteous thing to do.
Tim j. 2007-12-24 23:02:19
You know, for someone old enough to be my mother, you act pretty tough. 🙂 And
why the h*** are you holding your tongue? Trying to be different?
Ken fortenberr 2007-12-24 23:02:22
You brought that non-flyfishing twit in here, why didn’t you teach
her some manners ? What did you expect, she’d get Brownie points
for sucking your d*** ?
Snakefiddler 2007-12-24 23:02:26
True that- and I am learning- having received COURTEOUS advice from others-
something you clearly are incapable of dispensing . Meanwhile, why don’t
you lighten up- this ain’t the freakin military!
Willi 2007-12-24 23:02:32
F*** Ken, your post almost made me barf up my dinner! (and it was a
pretty good one)
Courteous- Ken? courteous -Ken? courteous – Ken?
Too much for my little brain to fathom.
Ken fortenberr 2007-12-24 23:02:34
That WAS lightened up, you silly twit. You’ve been given FAR more
slack than most clueless newbies.
Guyz-n-flyz 2007-12-24 23:02:47
I no more thought to teach her netiquette, than your mother thought that by
lettin’ you suck her t**, you’d grow up hatin’ women and showin’ your a** to
a national forum.
I showed Ms. Snake Roff and other NGs because of her interest in certain
subjects. It just so happens that she also became interested in ROFF on her
very own. Whether she flyfishes is irrelevant. You no more know that each
and every individual that posts to ROFF flyfishes than you know whether
there’s a GOD, yet you don’t ask for their credentials. So, I doubt that
your childish/drunken remarks are going to do anything to run the young lady
away, regardless of her and my relations to one another.
Now, Ken ya know how much we all hate to see family matters brought into
this forum. Well not bein’ married, I may not seem qualified to ya, but I
can assure ya, I feel the same way as most folk, when it come to my
relations. However, if ya really wanna talk family, I as game as the next
guy, but it could get real ugly real quick. The fact that Ms. Fiddler and I
know one another is one thing, but I don’t ever recall any discussion about
any type of sexual relationship. You might want to keep such discussion to
a minimum, or you may not, suit yourself.
Op –Dave, George, Harry, George, Tim, Ernie, Citizen Fisherman, Deepfry,
and all those other enlightened folk were right about what they said about
ya! Take that, you, you, 5-Star p****.–
Charlie choc 2007-12-26 10:41:36
Here’s a link that should help: http://www.ls-l.net/flame.html
Snakefiddler 2007-12-26 10:41:37
Seems to me your assuming a lot, Ken 😕
Snakefiddler- who is aware of who’s business it is and isn’t to discuss whom
is giving whom oral pleasure…
Ken fortenberr 2007-12-26 10:41:38
Either you have a VERY short memory, or you’re lying. You practically
raped the woman right here on roff, but I suppose that was some sort of
inside “joke”. Tough noogies, you can’t have it both ways. You cannot on
the one hand post lewd and risque innuendo about Ms. Fiddler and then
on the other hand climb up on your high horse.
Bottom line: she don’t know how to work her newsreader, therefore
she’s irritating and nigh on useless, and you inflicted her upon us.
Snakefiddler 2007-12-26 10:41:39
No, not trying to be different 🙂 – I just didn’t want to subject the group
to what I perceive could be an endless banter between Mr. Fortenberry and
myself. You know- being a newby, I didn’t want to step on anyone’s toes,
but clearly Mr. Fortenberry’s FEET are TOO BIG to AVOID…..
Snakefiddler- just trying to be Courteous- as my Mother raised me to be…
Guyz-n-flyz 2007-12-26 10:41:43
Post it and I will recant my last post. Otherwise, as I said, it will get
real ugly real fast.
I have dificulty with the English language, but I don’t give a f*** whether
it bothers you or any other s*******, and I doubt that your pedantic nature
will matter to her.
“Irritating and nigh on useless” might very well describe how many folks
feel about you/me, but I dare say they’d go for Snake’s post over yours or
mine, especially lately. Tell ya what. You want her gone so bad, why don’t
you do a poll: “Either she goes or I go!,” sorta thing. Winner takes all.
If she gets more votes, you know what happens. ‘Course, she’d never agree
to such a contest, not wantin’ to hurt your feelin’ and what not.
Stop readin’ post for Ms. Fiddler! Fixed! Op
Guyz-n-flyz 2007-12-26 10:41:46
Op –I guess it’s on again–
Ken fortenberr 2007-12-26 10:41:47
I’m not going to dig back through the archives to prove what you and
I both know to be true and I will henceforth treat Ms. Fiddler exactly
the same way I treat all clueless newbies who haven’t the good sense
to learn the rules of the road before they pull onto the interstate.
Guyz-n-flyz 2007-12-26 10:41:50
You give her h*** Ken, but you leave me out of it! Your first post
concernin’ the “boyfriend” was uncalled for, as was the next post,
concernin’ your supposed knowledge of our sexual relations. I don’t care
how the two of you fight it out, she’s old enuff to take care of herself,
but I expect for YOU to leave me out of your fantasies.
Op –I’m sure you understand–
Ken fortenberr 2007-12-26 10:41:53
Interesting that you thought the “boyfriend” post was about you.
Whatever gave you THAT idea ? Could it have been something YOU
posted on a Usenet newsgroup ?
Tony weall 2007-12-26 10:41:54
i sense a hint o jealousy there ken arnt you getting your little dicky
Snakefiddler 2007-12-26 10:41:55
Just what I wanted to say, but again, I was holding my tongue- must be that
thang I was taught about being lady-like-
Snakefiddler-, still trying to break those “lady-like” rules
Guyz-n-flyz 2007-12-26 10:41:57
No Ken, it was common knowledge, after a short time, that she and I knew one
another, thus it wasn’t difficult at all to follow your childish thoughts.
Ken, get your rocks off anyway you want with ‘ol Kipper, but this is EOT for
me, unless ya really wanna get me involved again.
Your choice. Op
Ken fortenberr 2007-12-26 12:17:24
You and Ms. Fiddler are wasting your “talents” here on roff. I mean
your middle aged, white trash romance shtick could be worth big bucks
on one of those afternoon TV shows. Why h***, I’d bet Jerry Springer
would pay you guys enough to put a down payment on a double-wide or
take care of Ms. Fiddler’s long overdue dental work. Your choice.
Snakefiddler 2007-12-26 12:17:59
Funny you should mention dental work, Mr. Fortenberry, as I just left a 17
year career in dentistry, and while I am not a vain person, I will say that
I probably have some of the prettiest teeth you will ever have the pleasure
to observe- oh, wait, you will never have the pleasure of observing them….
Now- as I said, I think this could go on forever- at least until you get
some treatment for that stick up your a**-
but until then, for the sake of decorum, I really don’t think it is fair to
continue to subject ROFF to this bullshit.
Snakefiddler- does that double wide come with a deck?
Ken fortenberr 2007-12-26 12:19:39
And yet you continue to post bullshit.
Do you have any idea how stupid you look posting here the way you do ?
Most people, even DUMB people, can figure out how to post to Usenet without
looking like a total f****** moron, yet a “Dean’s List” honoree, after
three weeks of practice, still can’t figure out how to do it right.
Take this as a challenge. Look at your posts, look at everyone else’s,
and notice the difference.
SEE !! FIX IT !!
or go away, since you don’t fly fish I don’t really give a s*** one way
or the other.
Georgeclevelan 2007-12-26 12:19:49
Well thats a relief. I didn’t know what I had written to deserve being
compared to Saruman.
Frankly, I would wager that one paragraph of Twain’s “Letter From the
Earth” ( http://www.sacred-texts.com/aor/twain/letearth.htm) is better
written and more humanely felt than the whole of the “Screwtape Letters”.
Snakefiddler 2007-12-26 12:20:05
True, I am not yet skilled in the art of fly fishing, but that does not
diminish my interest as I have a love for the outdoors, water, and PEACE.
Furthermore-though I may not be in a position to discuss fly fishing on
ROFF, I must have something of interest to say as some of my posts have
resulted in long threads, not the least of which resulted in may Roffians
discovering a shared interest in music, leading to the suggestion of a
‘clave involving some jammin’.
Many posts on ROFF do not pertain to fly fishin’, and it’s my understandin’
that no one has to read anything they don’t want to. If folks want me of
ROFF, I’ll go, however, I have felt welcomed by nearly all since “arriving”
in spite of my lack of experience. And, as popularity contests/polls are
very junior high, and quite tacky, and as Op suggested, I would not stoop to
participate in such behavior.
I will simply judge the appropriateness of my participation by responses to
my posts. Now Mr. Fortenberry, can we please let this be EOT?!
Snakefiddler- who can hang with the best of ’em, but is really ready to be
through with this one
Lat705 2007-12-26 12:20:36
Not the elected ROFF Parlimenterian either.
Snakefiddler 2007-12-26 12:20:41
“Letter from the Earth” …..is better than the whole of the “Screwtape
I’m not familiar with that, George. I’m interested in reading it.
Good enough, indeed! 🙂
Ken fortenberr 2007-12-26 12:20:45
No, Ms. Fiddler, you can’t hang at all. Look at it again and then
figure out how to use your newsreader.
Joe mcintosh 2008-01-24 04:22:36
IJ smiles and says–passing by I got a real kick out of Ken suggesting
someone be courteous on the net.
Ken I agree with you on our invasion of another country–talked to a US
special forces man whose 12 man force is credited with calling in aircraft
to kill 400 of the bad guys trying to fight the invaders last year. He is
getting Silver Star at white house this week. He is good at his job but I
wondered if we can democratize the world with guns .
Perhaps we better realize that the nations of China and India are just
starting to flap their wings–and that the majority of the world’s people do
not live in America.
Willi 2008-01-24 04:22:47
I think you have that right, Joe. Together they comprise almost 40% of
the world’s population and their economies are growing quickly. Both
countries are going through a phase similar to our industrial
revolution. If the US doesn’t wake up to their emerging economies and
financial strength and work on forming strong alliances, we’re destined
to become a second rate nation within a generation, IMO.
Guyz-n-flyz 2008-01-24 08:52:06
Snake, If ya post some baby food recipes, and send Ken a pacifier via
e-mail, maybe then he will calm down. Op
Snakefiddler 2008-01-24 10:19:01
Aw, s***, Op- don’t encourage me, I’m all rested up from last evenin’s
Wolfgang 2008-01-25 04:22:57
True, true……the length of Kenny’s neck is no one’s business but his own.