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BOTD 2/14/13 "Red Tail At The Seaside?" A MM Production

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David M. Katz


Marshall
Red Tail At The Seaside?

A Memory Man Production


The year is 1931 and, a father of the times, your boy's bare bottoms have in the past suffered a number of encounters with your belt.

You lost your job in the Great Depression but nevertheless with a succession of casual jobs you have managed to get by and even scraped enough together to allow you to get away for a few days at the seaside.

You are ambushed by an itinerant photographer and although you can ill afford it your wife persuades you it would be nice to have a family photograph to stand on the dresser. Unfortunately when you go to collect the print your wife is mortified and bursts into tears claiming your eldest, James, has ruined it by pulling a silly face.


The Referenced Family Photo (James - 13 and Paul - 10)
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Is your wife going to be the only one in tears?


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Iconoclast


Trailboss
Is your wife going to be the only one in tears? Yes!

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db105


Trailboss
Oh, well, it's not so bad! I don't think the photo is ruined. I'll comfort my wife and, as a punishment, James will go without dessert tonight.

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Kat


Editor Extraordinaire
I agree with Icono. The silly face is not that bad, and does it really matter in a memento of what is supposed to be a good time? I'll do myself to console her but I'm not punishing the kid. I want happy memories of what may be the only holiday we have for a while.

Kat

AFinch


Sherrif
I agree with Kat and Icono. It's not a rude face, and the picture can still be displayed. If James's "cat that swallowed the canary" face is embarrassing to him in the future, well, he posed for it.

No punishment.

db105


Trailboss
AFinch wrote:I agree with Kat and Icono

Nowadays I would agree completely, but I suspect (I might be wrong, since I was not around then) that in 1931 photographs were kind of a big deal. Even in 1931, it's not bad enough for a serious punishment, but a scolding might be in order.

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Jack


Admin
I don't know if '31 makes any difference, but my honest feeling is that I'll point out to my wife that it's a very nice picture, and that it lets her remember James as he really is, instead of trying to get him to fake it.

I will, however, have a talk with him along the lines of doing things to make his mother happy. I just can't see this coming to a spanking, though.

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John Boy


Sherrif
I agree with everyone so far

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David M. Katz


Marshall
DITTO cat , et al.


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Jkher


Trailboss
It's a great picture to laugh about when the family gets together in the future. I think that the wife will eventually see that.

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ivor


Marshall
Room for one more in the charabanc?

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Padraig


Trailboss
I'll join in. Wink

Emlyn Morgan


Trailboss
I'm going to divorce her. Cool

ivor


Marshall
Emlyn Morgan wrote:I'm going to divorce her. Cool

Not so easy back in those days. Sir Emlyn Smile

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squarecutter


Sherrif
James just being James. I will talk to him about these things being important to his mother but will endeavour to persuade her that the hair brush treatmentShe'd have to do it!) isn't necessary this time, at least not for his bottom. We are after all on holiday I know Micky Mouse first happened about 1935 but was there such a thing as a goofy expression then. May be one day it will be a family joke especially when James has grand kids but I will suggest to James that he is especially nice to his mother for a while.

1strappedboy


Sherrif
I'm in harmony with this choir. Even in '31 this isn't worth ruining a holiday and being in '31, I can tell my wife she's being silly about it without worrying about being seen as unkind.

Hopefully this will be one we can laugh about in the future.

MemoryMan


Sherrif
Oh Dear! I've sparked off unanimity. Shocked

I guess that since I'm a contrarian investor I'd better whack him then. Razz

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StevieWeeks


Trailboss
I know Micky Mouse first happened about 1935

Actually, no he didn't.

Mickey debuted in 1928 and was already very famous in 1935. Steamboat Willie was the first Mickey production distributed (but not the first actually produced)

hxxp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steamboat_Willie

One of the first sound cartoons.


(Stevie being his usual pedantic, boring useless self again and all).

Iconoclast


Trailboss
[quote="StevieWeeks"]


(Stevie being his usual pedantic, boring useless self again and all).

Actually I find your fact based posts very interesting, please keep them up!

Iconoclast

Emlyn Morgan


Trailboss
ivor wrote:Not so easy back in those days. Sir Emlyn Smile
Easy. I just say "I divorce you" three times in front of a witness.



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Emlyn Morgan


Trailboss
Previous post repeated in error.

squarecutter


Sherrif
StevieWeeks wrote:
I know Micky Mouse first happened about 1935

Actually, no he didn't.

Mickey debuted in 1928 and was already very famous in 1935. Steamboat Willie was the first Mickey production distributed (but not the first actually produced)

hxxp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steamboat_Willie

One of the first sound cartoons.


(Stevie being his usual pedantic, boring useless self again and all).

I stand (virtually) corrected Embarassed

Stone Man


Marshall
Let it go, lady. It's a great picture and a lasting example of the true James.

talebearer


Cowboy
Agree with squarecutter. Let's allow for goofiness and let it go in the scrapbook.

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