An Old Joke

So an agent for a new over-the-top variety act finally gets a meeting with the biggest producer in t

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  1. Amazing piece Rusty!

  2. When I see Aristocrats all I can think of is the cartoon Atristocats. Maybe they’re the Aristoracoons.

  3. Avatar for rguinn rguinn says:

    It’s a curse. My wife used to work at Disney World, so she shares the affliction.

  4. Avatar for rguinn rguinn says:

    Thank you!

  5. Brilliant! I have to admit I was very slow on the uptake on the Jorge/Francisco/Ear of God character. I think the 2021 market outlook pieces have fried my brain!

  6. I have a feeling Rusty was jamming to ‘Sympathy for the Devil’ while writing this one.

  7. Avatar for rguinn rguinn says:

    Hah! Never been a big Stones fan!

  8. Avatar for rguinn rguinn says:

    Or the writing was just a bit too oblique, which is probably the more likely of the two! Thanks, Patrick!

  9. Avatar for rfleay rfleay says:

    I feel pretty silly…but I still can’t figure out Jorge Francisco.
    Maybe it’s a Northern Hemisphere thing?

  10. Avatar for rguinn rguinn says:

    Don’t feel silly - it was I that was probably being a bit too cute. The link on the closing “We’re the Aristocrats” line ought to clear it up.

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