What's In This Month's Issue? (If You Read Between The Lines)
Is this cool guy Evan, or the first
witness in the MJ trial.
I guess we know now where miniature
chocolate Easter eggs come from!
HEY! STOP HIM!
There goes our Easter ham.
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Quick puzzles to sharpen your noggin
|Johnny's mother had four children. The first was April, the second was May, and the third was June. What was the name of her fourth child?|
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|Most of us use it every day in our homes. If we purchased 100 pounds of it, it would contain approximately 87 pounds of water; 4 pounds of fat; 4 pounds of casein, ash and albumin; and 5 pounds of sugar. What is it?|
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|This Month's Trivia Contest||Last Month's Results|
The Old Brass Spittoon can be found at one of two Universities. Name them both.
What current or former NBA player boasts the highest career Points Per Game regular season average, while never appearing in an NBA Finals? (minimum 9 seasons)
Congratulations to Jerry McCarty, Frank Merriam & Larry Wendt.
The correct answer of course is.. George "the Iceman" Gervin
|This Month's Caption Contest||Last Month's Results|
|Submit A Caption For This Picture...||February Results|
Metro Sound Off - Letters To The Editor
| I just watched the "One Day at a Time" 30 year reunion and couldn't get over how much Eric Swan looks like Schneider the handyman? Is it true that Eric was the stunt double?|
ED NOTE: Actually it was the other way around. Pat Harrington (Schnieder) was a stand-in for Eric Swan at a 1983 Cockroach gig when the song "My Friend Dave" went horribly, horribly wrong.
Nice job. I liked the music quiz. I was trying to complete it. I am impressed with the winners knowledge.
ED NOTE: HELLO?!?! There ARE no winners in my trivia quizzes, only people that come close. And we all know being close only counts in horseshoes, hand grenades, and getting a brush-cut from my mom. The editor is the king of all things trivial.
Hey clutch, I was web surfing and came across your web site. I read through the February issue and I thought it was pretty cool. I even took the time to listen to some of the old Cockroach tunes. Boy that takes me back some time. Well, just thought I'd drop you a line to tell you that I'll be reading future McCarty Metros. PS I can't believe we've got kids in college. Where did the time go?
-ED NOTE: I NOVA, JEHOVAH!
| I noticed in all of the family pictures ... I'm always standing behind others and just my head and shoulders are visible. What's the deal with that?|
ED NOTE: Well Larz, here is the order... Cowboy outfits and leisure suits are always up front. That's why Steve is guaranteed the front spot. Followed by parents and normal ties. Finally, in back are the brothers that basically have cloth napkins as their choice of neck ties (welcome to the back row!)
Have a cockroach party!!!!!!!!! Dude, I'm still playin' how 'bout you. Check out www.rashx.com
-Lance Devue (yea it's Ron, former drummer for the thingy-roaches)
ED NOTE: Because of the blatant use of the McCarty Metro to promote your NEW band, I refuse to answer. However, I will let Eric Swan answer this on the Metro Message Board. Lance De Vous !!! I thought you were homeless living on the streets of New York (oh, that might have been Peter Criss of Kiss). Drug overdose? (nah...that was Keith Moon) Drowned in a swimmin' pool? (nope ...John Bonham) Drowned in a surfing accident? (oh yeah... Dennis Wilson) Well, anyway, I'm glad you are doing well. Did you ever think about giving up drummin'?....It seems kind of dangerous.
You gotta help me! The Girl Scouts have me targeted as an easy mark and are selling me Thin Mints by the case load. Now I've got cookies all over the place ... You want to buy some cookies?
ED NOTE: I'm not a big thin mints fan, now if we were talkin' Samoas, then I could really help!
Kelly, Thanks for the wonderful tribute to my Dad. He is certainly missed by us all.
Many thanks for mentioning our father's passing in the McCarty Metro. We are all struggling with the loss of our Dad, since it seemed like he would go on forever and his passing has left a big void in our lives. Like Bob McCarty, he placed a big emphasis on Family and keeping the family together. Yet, Bunny and Bob didn't ask for much for themselves. They just wanted happiness for their children and grandchildren. Men like them deserve to be included in our "Greatest Generation." Thanks, again.
ED NOTE: Bob & John, you are very welcome.
When is FLIP Acceptable?
There are only eleven times in history where "FLIP" has been considered acceptable for use.
They are as follows:
11. "What the flip do you mean, we are sinking?" -- Capt. E.J. Smith of RMS Titanic, 1912
10. "What the flip was that?" -- Mayor Of Hiroshima, 1945
9. "Where did all those flipping Indians come from?" -- Custer, 1877
8. "Any flipping idiot could understand that." -- Einstein, 1938
7. "It does so flipping look like her!" -- Picasso, 1926
6. "How the flip did you work that out?" -- Pythagoras, 126 BC
5. "You want WHAT on the flipping ceiling?" -- Michelangelo, 1566
4. "Where the flip are we?" -- Amelia Earhart, 1937
3. "Scattered flipping showers, my ass!" -- Noah, 4314 BC
2. "Aw c'mon. Who the flip is going to find out?" -- Bill Clinton, 1998
1. "Geez, I didn't think they'd get this flipping mad." -- Saddam Hussein, 2003
McCarty Metro Chat Room
The McCarty Metro Chat Room is open 24/7.
EVERYONE IS INVITED!
Here is a list of Chat Times.
|Cockroach Music Downloads|
For the fifth month, the McCarty Metro continues to be your exclusive Cockroach download center. The first song was written by McCarty, Balch & McCarty and recorded in 2001. It was the theme song to the Archie Soundtrack called Riverdale High. The second song is Danny Boy. It features Bob Dantzer on vocals and is just in time for St. Patrick's Day.
|Editor:||Thank You To All Of Our Contributors:.|
|Joke Of The Month|
Hollywood Squares Game Show Responses
Q: Do female frogs croak?
A: Paul Linde: If you hold their little heads under water long enough.
Q: If you're going to make a parachute jump, how high should you be?
A: Charley Weaver: Three days of steady drinking should do it.
Q: Which of your five senses tends to diminish as you get older?
A: Charley Weaver: My sense of decency.
Q: Jackie Gleason recently reveled that he firmly believes in them
and has actually seen them on at least two occasions. What are they?
A: Charley Weaver. His feet.
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