“Ed Truck. Yuck. Ed Truck was the manager before me. Horrible. He hated fun. It was like, “Oh, Ed Truck is walking toward us, so stop having fun. Start pretending to do work.” What a jerk! He’s You know what? I swore to myself that if I ever got to walk around the room as manager, people would laugh when they saw me coming and would applaud as I walked away.”
The inimitable Michael Scott (Steve Carell) in the critically acclaimed The Office (2005 – 2013).
It’s flown by so fast, but it really has been 9 years since I set up the blog. I just wanted to thank you for being such a great readership. You are the awesome ones. And to add that I will be posting more soon. I’ve been reading plenty and have lots of travel photos too.
I’m very good at the past. It’s the present I can’t understand.
Taken from the novel High Fidelity (1995) by British writer Nick Hornby. Told in a stream of consciousness, it tells of the main character’s struggle to cope with a break up and how it relates to his life overall. I read it years ago but it was very interesting rereading it over 20 years later.
Milton Berle: Now, just a minute please. I have been a successful comedian half of my life Statler & Waldorf: So how come we got this half?
American actor and comedian Milton Berle and the heckling muppets Statler and Waldorf. Known as ‘Mr Television’, Berle had two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and was affectionately lampooned in this memorable 1977 scene.