This Week in Milford

January 7, 2017

Tight With Skrillex…Riiight

Filed under: actual action, basketball, Pantheon of Hair — nedryerson @ 7:25 am

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Mike and Ken continue to kibitz about their duty as friends/teammates/fellow humans to address Aaron Aagard’s apparent fondness for pharmaceutical alternatives to the traditional fun easily obtained burgers at The Bucket and get-togethers at Pete De Windt’s place. Have they figured it out?

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Now, for a panel of basketball and further examination of Aaron’s signature haircut. Well, there’s another meaningless game fragment for this season’s record book.

Quickly, we set the stage for Mike Granger’s intervention. He’s got to be sharp. Aaron has a date with Molly and he never likes to keep her waiting. Oh Mike Granger, you’re so square. Are you sure you’re up for this?

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5 Comments »

  1. Tight with skillets?

    Comment by Bobby Joe — January 7, 2017 @ 8:13 am

  2. Aaaaron’s hair is getting longer and longer, which is a sure sign of drug use. I’m surprised Detective Granger and Encyclopedia Brown aren’t collecting hair samples for analysis.

    I wonder if Neal Rubin has a granddaughter who’s acting as an EMD consultant for dear ol’ Grandpop, who’s old enough to finely remember the halcyon days of the Grende Ballroom. BTW, according to Wikipedia, the Grande hosted all the major rock acts of the late 60s and early 70s, plus all the local and regional bands, including:” the MC5 (who featured their debut live album there), SRC, Jagged Edge, Rationals, Catfish, Frost, Savage Grace, James Gang, Ted Nugent, Wilson Mower Pursuit, Sky, Third Power, All the Lonely people, Teegarden and Vanwinkle, Iron Horse Exchange, and many others.”

    Wilson Mower Pursuit? Yep:

    Comment by John S. Walters — January 7, 2017 @ 9:51 am

  3. John S. Walters: Good sample to listen to from Wilson Mower Pursuit. It reminds me a bit of “Eight Miles High” from The Byrds.

    What is this, Alice in Wonderland??? Are we paddling through the Looking-Glass segment of the plot???

    And so it goes…
    “Gotta cut out, Tweedledee. It’s tight like that.”
    “Yeah, dude, but would you, could you, can you, should you outgrabe the Skrillex? You’re flabby with the Lobster Quadrille.”
    “Callooh, if I can outsmile the Cheshire Cat, I can Borogoves the marriage ceremony of the Walrus and the Carpenter.”
    “Zounds!!!! I’m impressed!!! Beware of the Queen of Hearts at the KTN concert. She chopped off the lead singer’s head for mimsy behavior. Oh, and bring your Vorpal Sword. The Jabberwock attacks bad dancers.”

    Coach Thorp: “No reason to snicker-snack the slithy toves. No one’s guarding you.”

    Today’s headline from the Milford Enquirer
    “Dead Sea Scrolls Unearthed in Coach Kaz’s Back Yard!!!”
    “Coach Kaz: ‘I Heard One of the Backhoe Drivers Yell. I Thought His Foot Was Caught in the Contraption.'”

    Comment by T. Drew Hardin — January 7, 2017 @ 2:43 pm

  4. P1: Who is Our Hero’s stylist? The Jabberwock? That’s what happens when Medusa gets a perm.

    Headline from the Milford Enquirer the other day

    “The Shroud of Turin Confirmed to Be The Visage of Marty Moon!!!!!!”
    “Finding Clears Up Mysterious Disappearance the Last Few Weeks.”

    Comment by T. Drew Hardin — January 7, 2017 @ 4:37 pm

  5. Sorry gang, had a busy day then had a house party watching scary movies, amoung them Gargoyles, a 1972 epic. Thanks for holding down the fort. (Would love to see Marjie in that outfit!)

    Comment by robmize2013 — January 7, 2017 @ 5:19 pm


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