Originally posted by lleechef
Originally posted by pogophiles
What do Ort.'s spies look like? Has anyone actually seen one?
This answer is overdue, I know, but I missed it the first time around. My spies must have been asleep at the switch; the freight rumbled through without my knowledge.
Variety is the spies of life. Or so I've scene.
Making Sure You Know, Ort. Carlton in Late-Again Athens, Georgia.
P. S. Lleechef, if you were to have a street named after you in New Orleans, would it be Llee Circlle? (The Hummingbird Hotel Coffee Shop is adjacent, llucky for you!)
P. P. S. I tell people periodically that I live on Sharon Cyrkle. Once I received a postcard addressed to that; someone in the post office had written "Red Rubber Ball" beside the word "Cyrkle." My favorite record by them is "Turn Down Day," followed closely by "Reading Her Paper." The latter is so obscure that only WGOE in Richmond, Virginia had the audacity to play it. I own a well-used U. S. store stock 45 of it.
P. P. P. S. Most of my spies have Slavic accents and always tell people they were sent by "Fearless Leader." Another one of them is pink and extremely suave.
P. P. P. P. S. This has absolutely nothing to do with "I Spy (For The F. B. I.)" by Jamo Thomas, which I finally own a copy of on 45.
P. P. P. P. P. S. Y'all have wanted an Ort.-answer this goofy for awhile. Here's hoping you appreciate it. I return to lurk mode.