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Walken Along Saturday

Posted by LC Aggie Sith on Saturday, March 3, 2012 in Funny Pics, Icon, Randomness

I had a great time last night visiting with an old friend and making new ones. And I was a good Catholic! I didn’t partake of any cheesecake, chocolate mousse or angelfood cake I made and served, nor of the moscato or the pinot noir.

Aggie-2, Lent-0!! That means it’s time for more cowbell!!

Yeah, I’m watching Sleepy Hollow today. Even as the Headless Horseman he exuded coolness.

Of course, a cool front moved in and the dogs went batshit with all the wind noise outside, so that woke me up at 4 AM, and I stayed up with them until 5 AM. So, I pretty much just stayed awake until the alarm went off. So now, I feel like this:

Hope y’all enjoy your Saturday!! :D

Bring on the comments

  1. Sentry says:

    Ever watch the bonus clips on the Rundown DVD? Don’t judge me. anyway, I think it was Dwayne Johnson who said that everything Christopher Walken says is profound, confusing, hilarious and terrifying at the same time.

    He’s the American Rutger Hauer!

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  2. the botnet says:

    Looks like I’ll be drinking for two again this year, Aggs.

    Not that I mind.

    Cheers!

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  3. Lizard says:

    Aggie I love Christopher Walken

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  4. LC Draco says:

    I love more COWBELL!!!

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  5. Amigo Burr says:

    Joaquin across the border.

    See, I was thinking of making a picture with Joaquin Phoenix and some illegals scootin’ across the border but then I got lazy and just wrote it down instead and attached this cumbersome explanation so as it give the idea some semblance of effort.

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  6. not a sunshine patriot says:

    Remember the Dogs of War?

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  7. Curtal Friar says:

    Yeah, Christopher Walken’s great. I’m not a Woody Allen fan, but I love the scene from one of his movies where Christopher Walken is driving and Woody Allen’s the passenger, and Walken delivers a monologue along the lines of “ever wonder what it would be like to slam into another vehicle and die in a fiery mass of twisted metal and blood”, something to that effect, and Woody Allen is like, “uh, can I get out here?”

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  8. Curtal Friar says:

    Aggie, ya missed:

    Walken Tall

    Walken To New Orleans

    Dead Man Walken

    :)

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  9. nursemyra says:

    I didn’t know people still gave up things for Lent. Shows how long ago my schooldays are now

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