One of our favorite comedy bits, and one that ironically rarely seems to age, is the Mel Brooks-Carl Reiner "2,000-year old man" shtick. Essentially, it's an interviewer talking to the oldest man alive played by Mel Brooks. He has opinions on everything in old Jewish man style. Take his stance on the Black Plague "Too many rats, not enough cats." In High School one of our favorite comedy albums was "The 2000 Year Old Man In The Year 2000" purchased at the Museum of TV/Radio in NYC with our last few dollars before getting on a plane back to Texas. Wojdyla and Didorosi aren't quite as funny as Reiner/Brooks with their rollback truck, but FormerlyPreferredCustomer is with a joke about 2,000 years old.
After buying a used Jaguar, I have to say that this is the most logical next purchase.
-ducks and runs-
Oh, Ben's going to get you, just as soon as he can get his car working.
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