Lily Tomlin is an amazing comedian, sharp, witty, and humane. Shown here is Ernestine, a character she made famous on Laugh-In, a 1970s TV show.
Ms. Tomlin has a lot of Inner Rhino going on there, We must say. Brilliant.
When We Rhinos feel peculiar, We just look around for that bit of greenery that will do the trick. Two good sniffs, a bit of chomping, then Abracadabra; We’re set to go.
We are Nature’s Playthings, and proud of it.
Exactly two years ago ‘Your Inner Rhino.com’ had it first posting. Since that time We have posted 713 posts, in those 731 days (Leap Year).
Boasting is not our style, but We do feel smuggish, in a humble and (hopefully) endearing way.
Thanks to all of you who have made this project so fulfilling.
Groucho Marx was a whacky comedian on stage and in film, and later, in the fifties, had a TV show called You Bet Your Life. He was a professional smart aleck.
Rhinos all like him. High energy and rambunctious. With that combo, how can anybody go wrong?
Even when a day has a shortcoming or two, We Rhinos like to focus our attention on our inherent Rhinotude. If that doesn’t make Us kick up our heels, well, We just don’t know…!?!
The ‘elephant in the room’ is always our Rhino Core. If We have that, We’re always good to go.
Mae West was the original Blonde Bombshell, with a great deal to say about relations between the sexes. She was nobody’s fool.
Her humor is very Rhino-Friendly, having lots of spin and innuendo. Heh heh.
Today was Oscar Wilde’s birthday, in 1854. A remarkable wit and commentator, Mr. Wilde’s target was the limited thinking that led to British complacency, a sense of privilege and superiority that he felt could use some serious re-examination, on every level.
He was Stylish and demanding. Many of his contemporaries found him distinctly unsettling. Today many people find his work confusing, given the byplay of ideas, one against another.
He is often quoted, but Rhinos like this: “True friends stab you in the front.”