Presented in partial expiation of my sins of contributing to the culture of vulgarity while young (and that is a relative word!), here is the link to the video we can chat about (not mine). Since YouTube displays a vulgar image as the splash (and I can’t figure how to change it), I put a link instead of embedding the video.
“TAKE IT AND STICK IT!” a voice roared in his ears.
He snatched off the helmet and gave the psychist an injured look. Tinny-Peete grinned and turned a dial associated with the pushbutton layout. The man from the past donned the helmet again and found the voice had lowered to normal.
“The show of shows! The supershow! The super-duper show! The quiz of quizzes! Take It and Stick It!”
There were shrieks of laughter in the background.
“Here we got the contes-tants all ready to go. You know how we work it. I hand a contes-tant a triangle-shaped cutout and like that down the line. Now we got these here boards, they got cutout places the same shape as the triangles and things, only they’re all different shapes, and the first contestant that sticks the cutouts into the boards, he wins.
“Now I’m gonna innaview the first contes-tant. Right here, honey. What’s your name?”
“Hoddaya like that, folks? She don’t remember her name! Hah? Would you buy that for a quarter?” The question was spoken with arch significance, and the audience shrieked, howled and whistled its appreciation.
It was dull listening when you didn’t know the punch lines and catch lines…
Tinny-Peete shook his head and pointed at his ears. The roar of air was deafening. Barlow frowned baffiedly and stared out of the window.
A glowing sign said:
MOOGS! WOULD YOU BUY IT FOR A QUARTER?
He didn’t know what Moogs was or were; the illustration showed an incredibly proportioned girl, 99.9 percent naked, writhing passionately in animated full color.
Here, incidentally, is the solution Honest John Barlow, a man from the past, discovered.