Friday, February 25, 2011

“Honey, if those are Nazis at the door, don’t tell them about the Jews in the attic.”

It's safe to say that title got your attention. But to digress for a moment ...

“Liar, Liar” was recorded by the 1960's garage rock band The Castaways. Written by James Donna and Denny Craswell, it was their first and only hit single. It reached number 12 in the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1965. It is featured in the films "Good Morning Vietnam" and "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels." The Castaways may be seen performing it in the 1967 beach movie "It's a Bikini World," starring Tommy Kirk (a former Mousketeer), Deborah Walley and Bobby "Boris" Pickett of "Monster Mash" fame.

Now, unless you've been glued to activity in the Catholic blogosphere for the past week, you may be wondering what lying has to do with Nazis knocking at the door ...

(Stay tuned.)


At 2/27/2011 01:41:00 PM, Blogger Patrick Archbold said...

Your heart is not in this. To be taken seriously on this topic, you need to write six posts in a row of at least 4k words each before you will have any credibility in the lying debate.

Although how that does not constitute torture, I don't know.

At 2/27/2011 02:40:00 PM, Blogger Gail F said...

"Jews in the attic? Why would you think I have Jews in the attic?" is not a very convincing reply to the SS. They were evil, they weren't stupid. Just sayin.


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