Manolo says, behold, scenes from Plautus.
Manolo loves the shoes!
Ms. Southwick would do well to invest in a support garment for The Girls.
Mr. Marshall is saying, “Damn right it’s worth a billion dollars. You think I’m leaving all this money to my no-account kids?”
Larry King has always skeeved me out, and this doesn’t help. Ewww.
Posted too soon. . . However, the other gentleman looks harmlessly happy, as well he should have been. Did that inheritance lawsuit ever get resolved?
Ha ha ha! Plautus. The Manolo, he is the imperator of the funnyhahas and his blog is the Satyricon of the modern era.
FYI, J. Howard Marshall used to be the Assistant Dean of Shangri Law, aka, Yale Law School. Would that he had brought Anna Nicole to the Yale Law Community Picnic.
In answer to Elvira, that inheritance law suit is heading to the Supreme Court. It received certification in the fall of last year. La Retrosessuale she cannot wait for the Court TV dramatic re-enactments a la the Michael Jackson trial!
Who will play the Anna Nicole? Perhaps the Melanie Griffith.
The good news is that if Mrs. King stands up straight she won’t have to see her special little man. I am reminded of Petronius in that one good turn deserves another.
I hear that Mrs. King came to the marriage with her own money and property and plenty of it. It has been bandied about that Larry is quite a stallion…
I have heard what Kim has heard about Mrs. Larry King the Fifth or Sixth or whatever number she is. And also I have heard the frightening information about Mr. King’s “skills.”
Perhaps that’s what the suspenders are all about.
AAaargh, I DIDN’T want to read anything like that about L. King. Pardon me while I go…vomit.
Man, now I’ve lost my appetite.
The Manolo, like the Hans Gruber, has the benefits of the classical education.
Luckily for his admirers, The Manolo, he is witty, funny, and a blogger!
Something familiar…something peculiar…
the ed driscoll, he has beaten the urban chick to it
although, in the fairness, i was thinking the larry king was only the character in the countless movies on the fictional TV station called the CNN