This Week in Milford

November 3, 2017

Just when you thought it was safe….

….to miss Rick singing at a game, here it comes. But first we have to look at his foot with a pumpkin on top of it. Oh yeah, that supposed to be an icebag. Last time I was that close to a foot I walked into the tiny  pro shop at a golf course and the female employee was standing on a chair barefoot dusting the ceiling fan. I told her I almost ran into her feet, and resisted a sudden urge to tickle them. Lol. If I ever write about my golf career this story would definitely make the list. Life has those unique moments you always remember.

P2 – really, how many trainers at a high school have pictures of leg bones on their wall? This isnt a doctors office for chrissake. And the diagrams have boxes pointing to them containing 4 straight lines, which are supposed to be words but shit they dont even look close to it. And no way is anyones kneecap THAT big compared to their leg bones. Jeez. F for artwork today.

And in P3 we have Uncle Dickwad on his PC lining up Ricks singing gig in front of millions of YouTube fans. I have a feeling now its not before a game, but somewhere else. Hey, as long as its not on this strip I’m fine with it.

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4 Comments »

  1. Uncle Evil is got a one man crusade going to make Ricky a You Tube star.

    Comment by Bobby Joe — November 3, 2017 @ 8:28 pm

  2. Uncle Gary is so twisted, his goatee is ever so slightly off kilter.

    Comment by John S. Walters — November 3, 2017 @ 8:41 pm

  3. The kneecap is a “sesamoid,” a bone enclosed by a tendon and functioning like a fulcrum. Somehow Trainer Rick Scott was provided with a leg diagram which mistakenly substituted a face for a patella. The longer you look at it the more disturbing it gets.

    Comment by vaganova — November 4, 2017 @ 11:00 am

  4. […] 2:  Isn’t Rick supposed to be a big guy? Tall, at least? Is he sitting down here? How much does anyone want to bet that balancing an open […]

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