Author and host of the hit OUTDOOR CHANNEL show SHOOTING GALLERY spouts off...
apologies to Freewheelin’ Franklin of the Fabulous Furry Freak BrothersNobody under 50 is gonna get it. :)
Heh. I'd forgotten that quote...appropriate. Fat Freddy's Cat was the funniest of them all.
I seem to recall that it wasn't ammo though.....
Great reference! Not sure what pissed my parents off more -- finding my stash of underground comix which included classics by Gilbert Shelton, R. Crumb, and many others. They of course trashed it, an f-in shame since it'd be worth many, many boxes of ammo at current prices. OR, when I brought home my first gun purchase (Marlin-Glenfield .22).
It's nice to know that I wasn't the only one who "survived the early 70s"!!
i was more a fritz the cat fan
There was some kind of performance art in the late '60s that utilized Zap Comix...somehow I ended up with a 4-foot by 6-foot Zap panel that involved, "Ruby the Dyke," a for lack of better words strap on device and the maid. My mother nearly passed out when she found it and if I recall it was summarily burned in the back yard.Wonder what that would be worth today? It'd look good at the Secret Hidden Bunker...mb
Fat Freddy's cat wasn't just the funniest, he was also the smarter of the group. Also remember Commander Cock Roach and his roach reich?Damn, I've got some of those comics in a foot locker in my attic. Guess I'll have to pull them out of storage to see if they have disintegrated.
ha ha ha - now THAT will take you back! see:http://cdn.indulgy.com/L3/bB/YC/55802482852999557cxbRPxKnc.jpg%$#%$#%$# Hippies!
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