Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Correction, And A Question

In the Jupiter Vodka matter, I have changed "Thai White Whiskey" to "Thai White Spirits." White whiskey is what the Thais call the local moonshine, which is, of course, made from rice, sticky-rice. The Uncle Tom people don't want to confuse anybody into thinking that the product has anything to do with whiskey, which is, as we know, a filthy, oily thing.

Incidentally, did anybody get my reference to "Papa Jup?" I'll give you a clue: it's from a movie, and another line from the movie is "Mars, kill the baby."

Still no? How about, "what's the matter? Don't like dog anymore?" What a great screenplay.


Anonymous said...

Sounds like a sicker version of "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane." That's not it, right?

Anonymous said...

I remember the line, "What's the matter, don't like dog anymore?" but before that I was clueless.

fred c said...

Wes Craven's original "The Hills Have Eyes." A heartwarming movie about a nice family and their two dogs, German Shepards named Beauty and Beast. They get off to a bad start in a war against a family of mutants but end up totally kicking their asses, with a big assist from Beast.