27.11.38

One egg.

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19 Responses to 27.11.38

  1. Natalie says:

    Happy Thanksgiving Egg!

  2. Von Wereknel says:

    One egg. Lacking air. Please send help immediately.

  3. dan says:

    He’s so egotistical.

  4. Carl says:

    Isn’t that “eggotistical”?

  5. Rodolfo Henrique says:

    Can anybody say “ANOREXIA”?

  6. Everyone likes an egg says:

    For all his wonderous insights in to the political situation of the day and the wonders and pitfalls of Marxism for the proleteriat. He must be one boring fella in day to day life.

  7. Boring? Oh, no. However, he is an egghead.

  8. “It is evidently known, beyond contradiction, that New Orleans is the cradle of jazz, and I, myself, happened to be the creator in the year 1902, many years before the (Original) Dixieland Band organized … I still claim that jazz hasn’t gotten to its peak as yet. I may be the only perfect specimen today in jazz that’s living. It may be because of my contributions, that gives me the authority to know what is correct and incorrect. I guess I am 100 years ahead of my time. Jazz is a style, not a type of composition. Jazz may be transformed to any type of tune … If a contest is necessary, I am ready.”
    ~~Jelly Roll Morton. August, 1938

    :shock:
    Yeah, man. Cool.

    I wonder what my father (a high school senior at this time) thought about Jelly Roll.

  9. Floyd says:

    And a happy Thanksgiving egg to you, sir.

  10. Jake says:

    “Desperate times call for desperate measures.”
    Guy Fawkes
    November 11, 1605

  11. David says:

    When the chicken dies I expect a paragraph.

  12. Jake says:

    From, “Extremis malis extrema remedia.”
    Anon. circa . . . ?

  13. art brennan says:

    Well, he is an eggsistentialist.

  14. Ed Webb says:

    Two eggs was quite hard,
    But, considered in hindsight,
    Two was luxury

  15. Who controls the egg, egg-trolls the egg-egg!

    EGG!

  16. Livingroom says:

    Mr. Eggwell

  17. Dave von Spenard says:

    Hopefully his eggnxiety will have run its course by the time of the war’s onset. Then again, weren’t eggs considered a luxury item? Am i jumping the gun?

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