Bill Graham and Jeff Ogden from Ska
Interesting Fact: Let the record show
that these two clean the biggest dishes in town!
Have you ever seen one of those “ships in a bottle”
model things? How in the hell do they get that ship through
the neck of the bottle?
– Confused in Cortez,
Dear Confused in Cortez,
Ahhh, the old hobo trick. There were many times we, ourselves
included, have slipped directly into the bottle. You see it’s
merely just a matter of lubrication and flexibility. While those
boats may look rigid, there was a point in time where they were
rubberized via copious amounts of wood alcohol and model glue.
In 1983, I was given a charming little game called a Rubik’s
Cube. I finally solved it by breaking it apart and putting it
back together with all the matching colors on each proper side.
Is that cheating?
– Your pal,
Great job! There are many ways to solve a puzzle; you have just
taken a different path.
Would girls find me more attractive if I wore a Detroit Tigers
hat, grew a moustache and wore those short-short OP corduroy
shorts ala Magnum PI? Currently the mullet and “Born to
Party” t-shirt isn’t working for me.
Wannabe Tom Selleck
If you really want to score the chicks, get yourself a multi-colored,
striped helicopter. I mean let’s face it; the ladies were
only into Magnum to get to T.C. The Ferrari was stolen from
Higgins after all, and while we’re on the subject, who
really believes that Higgins wasn’t Robin Masters, mild-mannered
houseman my butt!! Yet we digress, you say “currently”
the mullet and shirt are failing you. We would hazard a guess
and say that was never working!
Got a dirty little secret?
Looking for guidance to remedy a
Seek help from the master
of the kitchen! The Dish Diver has solutions to life's little
messes. Send your problems to "Ask the Diver." -
By mail to Durango Telegraph - Attn Diver -534 Main Ave.,
Durango, CO 81301;
by email at firstname.lastname@example.org,
or by fax at 259-0448.
I host a movie review show on cable and lately I have found
that most movies I see, well, suck. What is going on in Hollywood?
– B. McLean, Durango
What is going on in Hollywood are zeros, and many of them.
Both in terms of quality, dollars and the people involved.
Could I suggest taking a break from the movies and reviewing
the important things in life, BEER!
– Happy Drinking,
Is alcohol the root of all evil?
– Yours in sobriety,
Eddie Conine, Gem Village
Sober in Gem Village? Yeah shaa ... anyway Eddie, alcohol
has a multifaceted history of providing social intercourse
for thousands of cultures. Beer and mead were first made by
the Egyptians and popularized by the Sumerians. Even through
the Dark Ages, beer, wine and grog were a simple way to enjoy
the horrors of the plague. As the boats sailed west, alcohol
was there, pointing out a slightly crooked path into the unknown.
And finally, with the advent of the Industrial Revolution,
one thankfully had to no longer create his/her own hooch and
spend those shaky weeks waiting for it to mature to palatability;
one could simply slip on down to the local liquor store or
pub. So in conclusion, alcohol may not be the root of all
evil, but it is darn close to the trunk.
– Thanks, Divers