Phyllis Diller will be sorely missed. At age 38, she made her stand-up debut at the Purple Onion in San Francisco. She was only supposed to have a two-week gig there, but was so popular that it turned into a year-and-a-half engagement.
I've put up a few quotes from Eight On A Lam up today. While not a cinematic masterpiece, it is a fairly typical sample of the 1960s screwball comedies and also starred Bob Hope and Jonathan Winters.
Hey, everyone. As you've noticed, there's been a significant change-up to the site recently. What can I say? An update to the site's look and feel was long overdue.
Yes, I'm a Doctor Who fan (as if it wasn't obvious). For those awaiting The Day Of The Doctor in nine days, the BBC just dropped a new mini-episode to make you go squee. And what better day to release this than on Paul McGann's birthday?
Well, that wasn't fun. With the rigors of a new job and getting used to a totally different sleeps schedule a few things slipped through the cracks... like being consistant with new Quote uploads and maybe paying a bill for some domain stuff.
As you can see, the site's back up and running today. I do hope to get new content (and a lot of content queued up for the future) so things should be running better by the end of the week.
Thanks for sticking in there!