JL8 #156 by Yale Stewart
Based on characters in DC Comics.
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I’d like to respectfully dedicate this installment of JL8 to Harold Ramis, who passed away today.
Words can’t describe the impact his comedy had on my life, most notably “Ghostbusters.”
You’ll be missed, Spengler.
I think I’m gonna start wearing my thrift shop suits out publicly more and not just for big shows. I really like the way I look in them and honestly the only thing that’s been holding me back up until this point is not wanting to be made fun of but fuck that, I do what I want and if I wanna wear goofily-colored teddy boy suits every day that’s what I’m gonna do!
You do not know true happiness until you come home so drunk that you and your dog are so mutually excited to see each other that you collide together onto the couch and cuddle.
Q:Ah, ok I havent been there. David Combs (spoonboy, TMLE) were talking about my booking a show for him in the new britain area, possibly on CCSU campus.
Ahh, at that point you’d have to talk to some of the clubs in the school and see if they can get you in contacts with the proper people to book a show on campus but I’m sure there’s plenty of bars/cafés close to the campus who would be more than happy to let you rent their place out for cheap if not free
I had to see Dad while I still could. I felt oddly reuinted with him in death where no one stood between us. Nancy and A.J and Mia had already been there, leaving many of his favorite things — We’d wanted to give him a big send-off. There were cherry Life Savers and a few Tootsie Rolls from Nancy, a small bottle of Jack Daniels from our cousin Shell, a pack of Camels and a zippo lighter from Bobby Mark. A.J and Amanda had left a few stuffed animals to keep him comapny on his long journey. My contribution was a small dog biscuit from Dad’s love of little critters (When I was a child and asked him where heaven was, my father — who was named for St. Francis of Assisi — Would reply, ‘Heaven is where all the animals go.’) —- Tina Sinatra