There are many popular songs put out on the phonograph cylinder in regards to love and loss. At times, loss may feel like the more comforting of the two items stated. Love is a tricky wild animal full of the sharpest of teeth. Loss is a dead squirrel in the middle of the horse drawn carriage path. Loss is easy to come by, and can be a perpetual partner. That being said, the Mustache Rangers talk about things in this episode. Enjoy with our semi-well wishes.
The Mustache Rangers refused to stop at a gas station for directions and have been lost in space. Their homing beacon will kick in soon, and we will have a fresh interpod netcast for you next week cycle.
Where there is dirt, there will be the Mustache Rangers. Actually, that isn’t true. But the other way around seems accurate. Regardless, the Mustache Rangers are kings of the sky. Don’t you forget it, wide eyed wonderer.
Space is lonely. The sky may appear to be full of stars, but there is much more nothing in space than there is something.
The odds often seem to be against us, when it comes to connecting with another creature. Certainly, though, you should not give in to giving up. What is there to do, if not try? Try and fail or try and succeed. Either way, you tried.
And if you fail, you must go into the shame cave.
It is never too early to prepare yourself for the Twin Cities Improv Festival! The Mustache Rangers will performing tales from their mighty adventures in space for a living room of living peoples.
The Mustache Rangers will be performing on June 23rd at 7pm. That may seem like a long time off, but that will give you plenty of time to books seats on your local dirigible transport service.
The Mustache Rangers expect to see you there. Do not disappoint!