This lady is the creepiest part of Ghostbusters, even before she is possessed by a ghost. She still haunts me til this day. Just as Bruce Wayne had to confront his fear of bats to become Batman, I will confront my fear of the creepy librarian to become Creepy Librarian Man.
My goal was to get a picture of Andy Griffith with a mustache and I ended up with this. It appears that he stayed cleanly shaven his whole life. We don’t have to agree that it is the best look, but he had the right to do so. Then I searched for a picture of Don Knotts with a mustache. I figured his sidekick could stand in for him on this sad day. No go either. I didn’t want to add a mustache to a picture of Andy because it seems rude to do to someone who has just passed away, and I didn’t want to upset his ghost. That made me think of Ghostbusters, and so here we are.
Rest in Peace Andy Griffith. Don’t be a disruptive ghost and you’ll do fine in the afterlife.
Tim McClelland has been a Major League Baseball umpire since 1983. He’s been a part of two no-hitters and two perfect games. He was the umpire who overturned a George Brett home run because he had too much pine tar on his bat. He was also the umpire that ejected Sammy Sosa for using a corked bat, which is pictured above.
I saw Ted last night and to my surprise, Giovanni Ribisi appeared with a nice steesh. The movie was not bad and I much enjoyed Giovanni’s small role as the creepy guy who really wanted that talking teddy bear. He may have even been my favorite part of the movie.
My least favorite part was the two guys behind me who felt the need to try to predict what was going to happen next every 3 minutes. Then they would tell each other if they got the jokes or not. The one in the tank-top got less of the jokes than the one in the sweatpants.
EDIT: Not sure what the French think about Giovanni Ribisi, but I’ll assume they like him.