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March 24, 2010

SOMEBODY HAS TO DO IT

The shirtless 35-year-old man was covered with scrapes and cuts. He told the off-duty Bainbridge Island police officer who approached him Tuesday afternoon that he was "hunting werewolves and chuds" who could disguise themselves as humans.

(Thanks to Ron Gibb)

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This chud's for you!

From Wiki, "C.H.U.D. is an acronym for "Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dweller.""

Well, yeah, somebody has to be offing those, while the rest of us eat CheezIts and drink beer.

Free health care for you, fellah.

Is it werewolf and chud hunting season already?

Did he run into Paul Reubens by any chance?

Off Topic.

Actor Robert Culp has died.

Fans of "I Spy" and "Greatest American Hero" will remember him fondly. Nobody saw "Everybody Loves Raymond."

Off Topic.

RIP Mr Culp....

Also RIP all you CHUDS. Eeeeeew.

And my disappointment of a son-in-law is named Chad. Coincidence???

Awww...RIP Mr. Culp.

Here in Florida, we have the more dangerous hanging chuds.

I loved Greatest American Hero. If only they'd been able to find the manual that came with the jammies... RIP, good sir.

I'll have what he's having.

I hope they let him have his tinfoil hat in the tank. Sword and throwing knives...my kind of guy, though he did leave out the silver tipped arrows.

I also loved watching Greatest American Hero. Rip Mr. Culp. He was one of those actors that were always just there and you appreciated when you saw him. He will be missed.

Everybody Loves Raymond is old hat.

I watched "Everybody Loves Raymond." I loved the Greatest American Hero, too. Fun show.

werewolves and vampires and chuds, oh my!

Hey, is Bainbridge Island anywhere near Sunnydale? Anybody seen Buffy around lately?

Werewolf season!
Chud season!
WEREWOLF SEASON!!
CHUD SEASON!! STAB HIM NOW!!!

Mr. Culp was a class act. I SPY was amazing, not only for its biracial casting but for its crisp writing and high-quality production values, and I have a feeling from his later performances that he was one of the reasons; he expected the best from himself and all around him. He had the guts to openly support civil rights for all Americans when not all that many Americans thought it was a good idea. He was also hilarious, and could stand toe-to-toe with Cosby in comic delivery, a talent Cosby appreciated the most of us all.

I saw a werewolf drinkin a pina colada at Trader Vic's
And his hair was perfect.

Send our boy over.

Hunting werewolves is a rich man's sport. Silver isn't cheap.

Mrs. Freddie Prinze, Jr. probably wants to drive a stake through Dana Walsh about now.

Rev up the Geezer Bus, Bernard, I remember I Spy as well.

The shirtless 35-year-old man was covered with scrapes and cuts. He told the off-duty Bainbridge Island police officer who approached him Tuesday afternoon that he was "hunting werewolves and chuds" who could disguise themselves as humans. The man said he feared getting hurt.

The man put down his sword and throwing knives at the officer's request and was taken to Harrison Memorial Hospital for evaluation.

Owen Zastava Pitt, is that you?

Culp was one of the smartest people in Hollywood, and he never let anybody forget it. That led to some raw feelings over the years. During "I Spy" he had a falling out with Sheldon Leonard that lasted for months, and even though they agreed to stop feuding, they never did reconcile. Culp later regretted that he and Leonard didn't patch things up, and even admitted that he was wrong in the disagreement.

Culp wrote some of the better episodes of "I Spy," including four in the first season that he thought established the characters. He always insisted that Robinson and Scott be treated as true partners. He had contempt for most of the scripts that they were given, and he and Cosby used to rewrite them on the set or just make up stuff on the spur of the moment. Those were the bits that always delighted me. The spontaneity made the show exciting.

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