A judge in Latham. Massachusetts.
and George Costanza
made up the name, which they used whenever they needed to tell a lie involving a non-existent person, or they needed to claim to be someone else.
They were aghast when, in the series finale, they were arrested and hauled before the judge, whose name was actually Art Vandalay.
Court is now in session. The Honorable Judge Art Vandalay presiding.
to depart, leave (from O Brother! Where art thou?)
The boy's ma not here. She dun runnoft.
a drink that exists, ironically, because it didn't exist. On an episode of "Cheers," they stump a cocky bartender who says he can make any drink, by ordering a "Screaming Viking." Woody make it up though: 1 oz lime juice, 1 celery stalk, 1 cucumber spear. Stir with ice, strain, garnish.
Carla: One screaming viking coming up. Would you like the cucumber bruised?
a no longer out-dated term for the telephone system. Now that AT&T has eaten up BellSouth, Ma Bell lives again. Watch her eat up the other surviving Baby Bells. She's like that evil robot in Terminator 2, whom they chopped up into bits and the bits melted and melded.
Aaaaauuuugggghhhh! Holy Jesus, no! It's Ma Bell! She's back! The dead live! THE DEAD FUCKING LIVE!!!!!
The realm in which the flims "Clerks," "Mallrats," "Chasing Amy," "Dogma," and "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back," take place. These films were all directed by Kevin Smith and all include the characters Jay and Silent Bob, sometimes known as Bluntman and Cronic.
Dogma is my favorite movie in the askewniverse.
believing in the sanctity of private property, libertarian
Murray Rothbard was a propertarian.