Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear (that’s along about last week), where somewhere in the west, (Griffith Park to be exact) riding with the speed of gooey oatmeal, a cloud of dust and a hearty “Hi-Yo Slipshod!” we bring to you, page 120 of our unlikely opus… That’s the page I had initially planned on posting last week – where-in our somewhat less than heroic duo are confronted by something in the Stygian Gloom – something so hideous, so freakishly fearsome that they have but one recourse…
…to run away – through the Cave/Tunnel into the inner canyon, where they are ambushed, so it seems, by the nefarious No-Goods who keep that bat guy in business… Could this be the final showdown, or just some more messing around? Stay tuned li’l saddle pals, an’ remember to eat yer Oatmeal!
I guess they made a new friend…well, somebody must’ve made their new friend.
*Ahem*… Last time we’d seen LeChat, she was wearing her lawyer suit – seems likely that she felt it more fitting to change into her cat suit for the nefarious double dealings which are about to transpire…
I had more in mind the noble steed Slipshod…
Ahh… mea culpa, I seem to have misunderstood your inference… Guess that just goes to show that I am a dirty old man…
Just for the record, should anyone be interested, the “Lone Ranger Rock” is not in Griffith Park or Bronson Canyon, but is part of the old Iverson Movie Ranch, located near Chatsworth, an easy drive north of Hollywood for the studios and the location of many Serials and Movies and TV episodes… Though these days it’s been mostly built over with Condos, I understand that the “Garden of the Gods” portion which featured many familiar rocky outcrops is still intact… (I haven’t been there to look personally)…
While where “Slipshod” may be currently, I have no idea…
Reminds me of the problem Superman had when changing in telephone booths…back when they had telephone booths, that is…
Ha, with their accidental peek behind the stage curtain, I wonder where our hero/villains Bunz & Katz would place Kitty on the Trump “hotness scale”? But she came out hot tempered more than hot attractive — except apparently to Katz.
And somewhere the spirit of Graham Chapman is smiling, “Run Away” having passed into the English lexicon as what is now a stock phrase.
Well jeeze 3DD Kitty, if you’re just gonna stand there and hang it out… well, hell yeah we’re gonna peek! We’re not rocks or mental incompetents. Think of it as gazing at fine art with deep appreciation and quiet gratitude. I give her a 10. I know, I know! 10′s don’t exist in real life. But then, well, here we are.
Hooboy! Anyone for spelunking?
Apparently Katz really does have some tomcat specs somewhere in his multifarious space-alien programming… Why else should he abandon his commander in her moment of peril? Well, OK, I mean why else besides the obvious why else…
“It’s…it’s…a ballroom blitz!”
Yep, LeChat was in her lawyer suit, but her 3DD Kitty glasses. Right on about anyone leering at her while changing duds, if she wants “privacy”, she should change in the middle of the street. In the LA area, no one would notice, or think it’s a scene from a TV show or movie being filmed. Remember, when Bunz first landed, everyone thought she was advertising some kind of Anime movie.
I read that once in a story by Heinlein. Women in and around Los Angeles were just stripping down in public places.
Well Bob I think you have a public duty and a moral obligation to your fellow DOMs to supply the title of said story.
“The Year of the Jackpot”
Are you certain that it wasn’t the censored chapter of “Podkayne of Mars”?
Unless they were doing it there too.
Well, obviously the Kitty would NOT voluntarily disrobe in a public place… she’s a shy, sensitive, retiring soul… and if you don’t believe that, she’ll beat you senseless…
Ok. Year of the Jackpot. It must be the one because the heroine (Meade) is publicly stripping by the end of the first paragraph. A Heinlein story I had never read but now that’s been fixed. It’s available online. Don’t race over there to indulge DOM curiosity though – it IS a 1952 short after all.
Oh and by the way, thanks for the heads up Bob.
I enjoyed following their “Escape from LA” route on a road map.
Actually, I was referring to a novel by I think, Tom Clancey. It was a scene where someone saw an elderly lady walking around stark naked. When the character called the police, they said “Which naked old lady?” It seems that were as many as 6 naked grannies running around on the streets. This was supposed to be taking place in LA, as my VERY dim memory recalls.
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