I’ve been huntin’ hogs since Moby Dick was a sardine.
Jerry Dean Campbell – American Hoggers
Tickle: I’m not gonna lie to you. I don’t think anybody would’ve know under here, was down here.
“Rise ‘n Shine!” Moonshiners
11/7/12 air date
November 11, 2012
November 9, 2012
August 30, 2012
Our favorite burglar is back in the first of “The Burglar Who” books that actually has “The Burglar Who” in the title. Joining Bernie on his capers are some old faces and some new faces. Ray Kirschmann, “the best cop money could buy” is back to either arrest Bernie, or not, or maybe just get Bernie to “acquire” a fur for Mrs. Kirschmann.
We get to meet Carolyn Kaiser. Carolyn is “crowding 30, with Dutch-cut dark-brown hair and remarkably clear blue eyes. She stands five-one in high and never wears them, and she’s built like a fire hydrant, which is dangerous in her line of work.” Carolyn is a dog groomer who owns the Poodle Factory, the business two doors up from Bernie’s new business.
August 28, 2012
Welcome back to the world of our favorite burglar Bernie Rhodenbarr. Bernie gets himself accused of murder yet again. And unfortunately Ray Kirshmann, the best cop money can buy, is the one to find him in the apartment with the dead guy.
Our hero must evade the police, find the real killer and clear his name. Luckily one of his poker buddies, Rod, is out of town and Bernie can hide out in his apartment. And also luckily Rod’s plant sitter isn’t afraid of the burglar in the bed and helps Bernie on his way to redemption in more ways than one.
August 9, 2012
Ok, so this on isn’t quite a Burglar Who, but it’s one of the books in the series.
The Burglar in the Closet
I actually haven’t quite finished the book yet. Which is ok because I’ve read it once before and I’ve read through the climax and the last chapter or so is wrap up.
This is the second of the Bernie Rhodenbarr mysteries – “The Burglar Who” stories. Even though the first two don’t have who in the title, the remaining ones do. Our hero is Bernie Rhodenbarr and he is a burglar (hence the titles). In the books Bernie has the bad luck of burglaring an abode while the owner (or some other unlucky person) gets murdered.
August 7, 2012
I love the power of my mind to meld various aspects of my life into one single thing. Last nights … well, really this morning’s because I woke up remembering … dream was a curious meld of my work life and Leverage. We watched the aliens episode last night – where Eliot play an ET nerd. It was really funny episode. But it must have really stuck with me because Christian Kane and various co-workers all played a part in my dream.
July 23, 2012
May 19, 2012
April 9, 2012
Richard Hammond: “I’ll guarantee that nothing exciting, vibrant, dynamic, new, creative, hopeful, or beneficial in any way to humanity has ever been done, thought of, or driven to in that drab, dreary, entirely beige willfully awful pile of misery”.
Richard’s opinion of the Morris Marina from Series 13, Episode 5 (110th episode).
March 29, 2012
From Richard Hammond’s lastest article on … hands-on engineering
“My mate Hadrian, an engineer, came over with all the required kit for the operation, including the new lump of chassis. His stated intention was to pull up a chair and work his way through a giant sack of popcorn while I provided the entertainment by burning the workshop to the ground and blinding myself as I learned how to weld. Good plan.”
Read the whole thing at: http://www.topgear.com/uk/richard-hammond/richard-hammond-top-gear-magazine-column-2012-03-27
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