Thursday, August 11, 2005

The Librarian Degree 6

The Librarian Degree 6.

15 comments:

edwaado said...

So unknown they couldn't get his name right on the headstone?

Nobody Special said...

Yeah, that's what I thought but I assumed I was just being dim.

Crystal said...

exactly what i noticed too

Rowan said...

Isn't that name on his headstone his stage name? Or what he would have wanted to be known as had he acquired said fame? At least, that's what I assumed.

MHN for short said...

Hey, when you are poor, you get what you can. At least it's not an un-marked grave... :-)

Sniffy said...

But famous people change their names, don't they? But would you change your name to Elton???

Herge Smith said...

It's good to know you are all noticing the little details I put in.

Ahhh...

I was also consider Melvin Pricket, Alvin Hocket and Elsie Sprickets...

Interestingly or not, Elton Ricketts is a real persons name - a camp man who would always give you extra garlic bread if you collected your Pizza rather than await home delivery.

Nobody Special said...

Is that all you had to do for your extra garlic bread, Herge?

Did he like you to be a drama queen too?

Herge Smith said...

Never spoke to the bloke - there was a little plaque on the wall with his name and I just thought it was a truly odd name.

Cheeky B'arch.

Nobody Special said...

You love it!

Herge Smith said...

You fookin' knows it!

MHN for short said...

I just sit here and read the comments and giggle. I love you guys!!!

aasmodeus said...

so, herge, ever get stung by a bee after that extra garlic bread?

Crystal said...

not Elsie please, that was my Grandmother's name.

Herge Smith said...

Nah, no bees on me.

Crystal - that was the reason I didn't use the name, i knew.