The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

14 June 2007

Not that it's, like, dead or anything

Pete Vonder Haar covered the deadCENTER Film Festival for Film Threat: you'll want to read his perfectly cromulent wrap-up report.

Regarding a certain Lower Bricktown sub-landmark, Pete says:

Nothing says haute cuisine like Toby Keith. I was tempted to enter, but a little voice inside my head — faint in aspect, like a little child — said, "If you go into that place, the motor cortex of your brain and I will loosen your sphincter while you sleep. And we've got the basal ganglia on our side."

I'll, um, keep that in mind.

Posted at 7:41 PM to City Scene

Why have I never encountered imperfect cromulence?

Posted by: triticale at 11:00 PM on 14 June 2007

Cromulence is binary: either you have it or you don't.

Posted by: CGHill at 9:32 AM on 15 June 2007

Word is the English Commonwealth of the 1600s was cromwellent.

Posted by: McGehee at 11:40 AM on 15 June 2007

I am resisting the urge to make some Rump Parliament remark.

Posted by: CGHill at 9:22 PM on 15 June 2007

Not being the chest-beating, country music, all hat-no saddle, uberPatriot type*, I've never entered the TK's Place either.

But I'll bet they can at least throw together a decent hamburger. Other than mild distaste, I see no reason to boycott the place.

(I'm the regular uberPatriot type, and not-to-worry, I don't like the Dixie Chicks.)

Posted by: Dan at 4:42 PM on 17 June 2007