George & Wendy Show
Philosophy on the places you'll go: "You don't have to like it all, but you need to experience it, at least see it with your own eyes before passing judgment."
It's summertime, school is out and the travel plaza food courts are full of whining six-year-olds, demanding Whoppers and $5 coffees from Starbucks.
Clean, clean, clean: "You see, no matter how easy technology makes things for us, we are still a necessary part of the equation."
The strange things we do when in combat with an enemy, even a fruit fly.
"If you're around and you're listening, Daddy, happy Father's day and thanks for the sense of humor. It has seen me through more heartache than drugs or money and it has remained intact, unlike the flaming go-cart of death you built for us in '82."
"There will be a $4.95 service charge in order for our records to be processed and a heaven/hell decision to be made. You just wait."
On Wendy's missing tooth, and the potential benefits of having just one incisor in an otherwise barren mouth.
Following a widely circulated picture posted about the truck-parking ordinance banning trucking parking and passed by Coon Rapids, Minn., last year, Wendy reaches out to the city council.
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