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July 4, 2019: GRUMPY GORD AND THE LEFT HANDED MONKEY WRENCH!

GRANDMA MAXINE


MY GOODNESS GRACIOUS.


GOOD, GOOD MORNING!

I’M WORKING ON SOME FRENCH TOAST, SO GRAP A CUP OF COFFEE FOR NOW AND COME BACK A BIT LATER.



VIDEO VIC

IS IT WORKING YET?

OY!


TAXI TED

I’M IN WESTRIDGE AND HAVE BEEEN GOING AROUND IN CIRCLES FOR HALF AN HOUR….HOW DO I GET OUTA HERE?







BILLY SHAKES ON PARADES SINCE IT’S JULY 4

A horse! a horse! my kingdom for a horse!’
(Richard III Act 5, Scene 4)

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I GOT KICKED OUT OF A STORE YESTERDAY…AND I’M GRUMPY…..I FOUND A NEW YOUNG MAN WHO SAID IT WAS HIS FIRST DAY…..SO, I ASKED HIM TO FIND ME SOMETHING…HE SEARCHED FOR 45 MINUTEEES AND I FOLLOWED HIM ALL THROUGH THE STOREE….FINALLY, THE STORE MANAGER GUY CAME OVER AND ASKED WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR….AND, THEN HE KICKED ME OUT…..ALL I WANTED WAS A LEFT-HANDED MONKEY WRENCH….SO I’M GRUMPEE

PASTOR PETE

I’M GOING TO VISIT SOME CHURCH MEMBERS IN THE HOSPITAL AND NURSING HOMES. IS THEIR SOMEONE YOU CAN VISIT TODAY?


GRANDMA MAXINE

MY GOODNESS GRACIOUS…HERE’S YOUR GRANDMA MAXINE’S FAVOURITE FRENCH TOAST

THE BREAKFAST BUNCH DELIVERS. SHARE YOUR EMAIL AND WE’LL SEND THE LATEST ....

EDITOR’S NOTE: All characters were created by Cam Tait

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Follower of Christ, husband, father, grandfather, Edmonton Sun columnist, Oiler Entertainment Group writer, co-author of Disabled? Hell No! I’m a Sit-Down Comic, speaker, comedian, former Edmonton Journal columnist, member of the Premier’s Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities and closet Beverly Hillbillies mega fan and (very small) closet disco singer.

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