The Bayonet & The Aqua Net

62Reveille009A smirking deputy, spent from hours of public service, stops at a booth to:

  1. rehydrate with three ounces of cool water (water)
  2. investigate the case of the bumpy brassiere, with help from the beehivey Fashion Police on his arm
  3. investigate the case of the home permanent gone awry
  4. inquire as to where he can purchase more wide-brimmed hats

 

 

20 thoughts on “The Bayonet & The Aqua Net

  1. Lordy this has it all. A doofus ( looking a little like Orson Bean) with a funny hat, paper star AND a musket; complete with bayonet. A Brenda Lee look a like on his arm and a poor lady with the worse hair do ever photographed. And I’m not even going to touch the folks in the background. I really think that is not H2O in those Dixies. It must be some corn liquor. And what is that think in his mouth. A cigarette or a tooth pick. You always have very clever titles for your very clever photos.

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  2. What you said, all of it. And also what Benson said. If this was a quiz, then the correct answer is E) all of the above. Though I do think what the sheriff is trying to say is this: “All day I face the barren waste without the taste of water, cool water. Old Dan and I with throats burned dry and souls that cry for water, cool, clear, water (water).” I’m more than just another pretty ’80s face, you know.

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    1. “All day I face the barren waste without the taste of water, cool water. Old Dan and I with throats burned dry and souls that cry for water, cool, clear, water (water).”

      First time I heard this song was on Joni MItchell’s album, “Chalk Mark in a Rain Storm” (one of her best in my opinion).
      If you are not familiar with it, check it out. She sings with Willie (Yes, ‘The Willie’) on “Cool Water”. Imagine my surprise at hearing Joni and Willie on the same track.
      😉

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