02
May
10

Rodney Dangerfield – my hero

Rodney is not only a namesake, he is hero of sorts of mine. His attitude, life, comedy, and philosophy are words to live by. There will never be another Rodney Dangerfield.

Rodney Dangerfield's Grave

"There Goes The Neighborhood"

Rodney was one of the most famous California Medical Marijuana patients ever. ┬áHe once burned a joint in a hospital ICU ward. That’s just too cool.

“My psychiatrist told me I was crazy and I said I want a second opinion. He said okay, you’re ugly too.”

“We sleep in separate rooms, we have dinner apart, we take separate vacations – we’re doing everything we can to keep our marriage together.”

“I looked up my family tree and found out I was the sap.”

I came from a real tough neighborhood. In the local restaurant I sat down and had broken leg of lamb.

I came from a real tough neighborhood. In the library the sign says “shut the f..k up”!

I came from a real tough neighborhood. Once a guy pulled a knife on me. I knew he wasn’t a professional, the knife had butter on it.

I came from a real tough neighborhood. I bought a waterbed and found a guy at the bottom of it.

I came from a real tough neighborhood. I put my hand in some cement and felt another hand.

I came from a real tough neighborhood. On my street, the kids take hubcaps – from moving cars.

I once asked a policeman how far it was to the subway. he said, “I don’t know, no one has ever made it”.

I came from a real tough neighborhood. Why every time I shut the window I hurt somebody’s fingers.

The other night a mugger took off his mask and made me wear it.

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