Date: Wed, 5 Apr 1995 21:41:24 -0700
From: Anton Sherwood dasher[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]NETCOM.COM
Subject: with a name like ADS-L, it had better be interesting
Death Cigarettes remind Larry Horn
of the routine Monty Python used to
have (or some other group--does anyone recall it?) that played off the old
"With a name like Smuckers it HAS to be good", creating e.g. Vomit brand
canned ham or Dead Cat brand aerosol . . .
SNL, I believe; I can hear Jane Curtin delivering the pitch.
Jerry Miller's stepmother called a kitchen sink a "zinc".
Isn't that what Germans call the counter?
Natalie Maynor asks,
Is there also a converse for "namesake"? I've wondered about that before.
Converse? I've always thought of it as symmetric.
*\\* Anton Ubi scriptum?