August 15, 2009 Don Quixote’s, Felton, California
Moonalice poster by Alexandra Fischer
According to Moonalice legend, the Sancho Panza School for Sidekicks – located right here in Felton – is about to celebrate an important milestone. That’s right. Sidekicks from the school have now laughed at one billion jokes told by headliners. What appeared to be an intense battle between Andy Richter of the Tonight Show and Teller of Penn and Teller turned out to be a cakewalk for Richter, as Teller never laughs at Penn Jillette’s jokes.
According to Moonalice legend, this week’s wild fires around Felton are scary. We hope all of you are okay. Just in case the wild fires get close, we brought a fire extinguisher. If things get really bad, we brought some marshmallows.
According to Moonalice legend, today is the 44th anniversary of the Beatles’ gig at Shea Stadium. More important, it’s the 40th anniversary of when they opened the gates at Woodstock. It’s not often that the tribe commemorates a traffic jam, but this one had a particularly good soundtrack.
According to Moonalice legend, the Santa Cruz mountains are home to an rare and reclusive creature known as the Santa Cruz Mountain Hippo-Toad-amus. We have an example right here. The thing about the Hippo-Toad-amus is that they are really friendly. If you share a doobie with one, it will follow you around for the rest of its life, which can last a very long time. There’s no problem sharing a doobie with a Hippo-Toad-amus, but you should never kiss one. Too much tongue.
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