C. Riordan couldn't help but notice the Oscar Meyer Weinermobile on 93 near the 95 split today.
This makes Magoo so hungee hungee hipppos. Magoo.
Say what you will about Magoo, but you can't deny that Magoo is consistently, enthusiastically for you. Many of us are glad to have Magoo back!
you can't deny that Magoo is consistently, enthusiastically for you
In what sense is this true? Like, at all?
Bumptious and saccharine cheeriness is not the same thing as being "for you".
Many of us are glad to have Magoo back!
"Many of us"? So you have a whole family of mice in your pocket?
Magoo should have stayed gone. The persona is a trite, cloying pest.
"many of us"
I've lived in the Boston area my entire life. But this is the first time I've heard the junction of I-95 and I-93 in Canton referred to as the 'I-95 split.'
At least among people who live south of the city.
the Braintree split (I-93 (S. E. Expressway) south at MA Route 3 south?
That is what I was thinking of.
Everyone knows that's The Junction Formerly Known As Prince:
I hope it didn't get stuck in the zipper lane.
As you might expect, college students looking forward to a career in marketing or PR; outgoing and personable, and obviously having fun. Apparently getting that gig is a competitive endeavor
Somewhere in the vaults I have a snap from 1997 of a young wiener driver propped on the front bumper of the wienermobile parked on a PDX side street, discreetely enjoying a bento box with chopsticks.
Not sure where his posse disappeared to - they typically travel in threes.
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