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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Hate to say it, but that kid really, really looks like Chumlee, from Pawn Stars...
 
I don't know that Chumlee, but there's this one from Tennessee Tuxedo (and he does kinda look like him):
 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Hate to say it, but that kid really, really looks like Chumlee, from Pawn Stars...

LOL Never would have made the connection on my own, but I can certainly see the resemblance.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote PaWolf Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 Jan 2017 at 8:48pm
TNIP - I see you posted this pic of the Shriner Baby...you forgot the Shriner Daddy - not to worry! I saved you!  


Daddy Chumlee, from 'Pawn Stars' 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote sgtrock21 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 Jan 2017 at 8:49pm
Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Hate to say it, but that kid really, really looks like Chumlee, from Pawn Stars...
Are you implying Chumlee has not been neutered? Thanks for my future nightmares.
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If you watch Pawn Stars, you are an idiot!
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^^^How about 'American Pickers'? Would that be for idiots, also? Just curious...
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I shouldn't judge...I will soon be away from all of these cable shows.
 
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I love the one where the young little girl towards the end says "Thank you for gibbing
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Hate to say it, but that kid really, really looks like Chumlee, from Pawn Stars...
 
I don't know that Chumlee, but there's this one from Tennessee Tuxedo (and he does kinda look like him):
 
 
 
 
 
Talk about a blast from the past. T. Tuxedo was one of my many Saturday go to cartoons. One of the funniest was poor Chumlee had dental funk and was scared sh*tless of the dentist. And the zoo keeper Mr. Whoopee. Double Entendre. They don't make them like that anymore. Everything today is screeching guitar sh*t music, retarded super heroes and too damn PC.
 
 
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^  Then you probably remember other forgotten cartoons of the era---Breezely Bruin, Magilla Gorilla and Wally Gator.
 
 
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The Shriner's spokesperson resembles Mason Reese. Anyone who watched TV in the early 70's saw this cherubic male gnome on Underwood Devil Ham and other commercials.
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

^  Then you probably remember other forgotten cartoons of the era---Breezely Bruin, Magilla Gorilla and Wally Gator.
 
 
 
Sinbad the Sailor, Underdog, Dick Tracy (One of the most UN PC cartoons from that era), Mighty Mouse, The Beagles, Crash Cup Clyde, Leonardo and Odie Calogne to name a few.
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Originally posted by zippyjet zippyjet wrote:

The Shriner's spokesperson resembles Mason Reese. Anyone who watched TV in the early 70's saw this cherubic male gnome on Underwood Devil Ham and other commercials.
 
LOL  OMG, you're right!  I don't see the pics you posted, but I remember him.
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

Originally posted by zippyjet zippyjet wrote:

The Shriner's spokesperson resembles Mason Reese. Anyone who watched TV in the early 70's saw this cherubic male gnome on Underwood Devil Ham and other commercials.
 
LOL  OMG, you're right!  I don't see the pics you posted, but I remember him.
 
 
ConfusedWow...once I looked up 'Mason Reese', I recalled seeing him as a kid in assorted commercials. Had no idea he simply grew into a fat female version of itself.
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If you Google image search him, there's this picture of him with a group of other people, probably in Central Park, the one on the far left being Andy Warhol.


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I don't mind the Shriner's Hospital commercials, because at least it shows the good works the hospital has done, unlike St. Jude that focuses on the blubbering parents begging for us ingrates to donate.
Chevy commercials that feature annoying hipsters make me NOT want to ever buy a Chevy......
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Originally posted by ILUVTOMH77 ILUVTOMH77 wrote:

I don't mind the Shriner's Hospital commercials, because at least it shows the good works the hospital has done, unlike St. Jude that focuses on the blubbering parents begging for us ingrates to donate.
WinkProbably a good thing YOU were not given the opportunity to be one of those parents, or did you hold a 'My Pillow' over your cancer-ridden child's face and collect the insurance money?
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I am touched emotionally by these ads, and I did contribute money to them. The Shriners are a very decent organisation, very like the Freemasons. They prefer to remain anonymous, and I find that to be tremendously honourable.
The little chap in the wheel chair resembles the actor Barry Gordon, when Barry was a child actor. I think that little lad could probably find work as an actor, or perhaps a voice actor.
Those children are awesome, and I admire their spirit at facing physical challenges at such a young age. They may be different, but they are still children, and they need our respect and love.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

If you Google image search him, there's this picture of him with a group of other people, probably in Central Park, the one on the far left being Andy Warhol.


 
Looks a little like Al Sharpton on the far right?
 
No, the other far right.  :)
 
The woman next to "him" looks familiar too, but I can't place the name.  (?)
 
 
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Originally posted by Anduril Anduril wrote:

Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

If you Google image search him, there's this picture of him with a group of other people, probably in Central Park, the one on the far left being Andy Warhol.


 
Looks a little like Al Sharpton on the far right?
 
No, the other far right.  :)
 
The woman next to "him" looks familiar too, but I can't place the name.  (?)
 
 
Confused<bzzzt! WRONG!!!> 'Grace Jones' is INCORRECT and NOT the 'woman' next to Warhol. 
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