Friday, July 13, 2012

Worth a Thousand Words

“If a picture paints a thousand words, 
Then why can't I paint you? 
The words will never show
The you I've come to know” - Bread

This time out we’re introducing a new recurring feature here at “… and several butcher’s aprons,” one that has been a television comedy staple since the nascent days of the medium, when it was considered acceptable and fun family fodder for Ralph Kramden to regularly intimidate and terrorize his wife Alice with the threat of severe bodily harm. It’s still practiced today by Letterman and Leno, and was perfected  by the dear-departed and forever and always King of Late Night, Johnny Carson – humorous captioned photos, or as we christen it, “Worth a Thousand Words.” As nycityman is, by nature and nurture, a particularly progressive political animal the primary percentage of the wannabe witticisms will reflect that disposition. For those of you who possess the kindness in your heart to read this comic creation, you receive a respite from the more likely long-windedness and loquaciousness that one usually encounters when mistakenly happening upon this venture in search of Danish fetish pornography. Enjoy, and please feel free and encouraged to avail yourself of the blog’s comments section to share an opinion or a caption of your own.

And now, until next time, we conclude with a treacly, if not lyrically appropriate number, Bread with "If."

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