I Felt A Great Disturbance In The Farce….
A great sadness is upon the world today, and it’s from somewhere other than the Republican party for a change. In a related sense, I suppose that thanks should go out to our own crushed dwarf known as Mitt Romney, whose campaign tour answers the question, “How can you be in two places at once when you’re not anywhere at all?” (answer: Tour Bus).
George Leroy “Tommy” Tirebiter, all grown up
Peter Bergman, sadly not the soap star from “The young and the restless” but the guy that was one of the founders of the Firesign Theatre has passed away.
Long ago, possibly in the back seat of a Ford Galaxy far far away?
Peter (on the right above with Phil Proctor, Dave Ossman, and Phil Austin from left to right, sort of) was a great source of inspiration for all that I find sacred, which now that I think about it, can be described as pretty much nothing at all.
In living color. Well at least 3 of them still are
L. to R., Dave Ossman, Phil Proctor, Peter Bergman, Phil Austin
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