Friday, March 10, 2006

But then what would Bill Murray do between poignant hipster film gigs?

Lakini Malich points out the following: "If you remove Garfield's thought balloons, it goes from an unfunny comic to a rather sad, poignant story about a lonely man who has wasted his life talking to his cat."




via cruel.com

8 comments:

Grant Miller said...

I thought your headline about Bill Murray was pretty funny considering the Garfield cartoon

vikkitikkitavi said...

Hey, thanks. I am so digging your blog, Mr. Miller!

Naperville.

I recently quit a company that was owned by Motorola, and a good many of the suits that would visit would be from Naperville.

I used to live in Chi-town, and so I would frequently tease the suits about Naperville, just to see how agressively they would respond.

Yeah, the people of Naperville are pretty sure they're special, all right. It's uber-creepy there, if you ask me.

Melissa said...

I love Bill Murray. I will see any film soley because he is in it.

vikkitikkitavi said...

Sure, easy to say that now. Where were you when he was making "Scrooged"?

Grant Miller said...

Naperville is part Williamsburg, part Epcot and a lot of Amityville. Bill Murray was pretty good in that Broken Flowers movie I saw recently.

Spooney said...

Bill Murray was good, (I know Miss Vikki agrees with me on this) but I think Jeffrey Wright as the next-door neighbor Winston really shined in that movie.

Bro said...

Jim Davis lived in/near Marion Indiana and was born in Fairmont just down the road.

vikkitikkitavi said...

Fairmont, home of James Dean AND GARFIELD CREATOR JIM DAVIS!!!