Wednesday, February 4, 2015

"Earl Pomerantz Is Seventy"


(Suitable For Framing)

15 comments:

Ian said...

Happy Birthday, Earl!

Thanks for your writing, whether it makes me laugh or think. Or, often as not, both at once..

I still smile whenever I think of the poor banana, for which we can do nothing.

JED said...

Happy Birthday, Earl. It's good to see you smiling. It's interesting that even though you have come south and become a member of our club that Canada still has some claim to you. Watch out if they decide to go to war.

john brown said...

Happy Birthday!

Sérgio do Carmo said...

Feliz aniversário! Muitos Parabéns! (as we say here in Portugal). Happy Birthday! Wish you a wonderful day. Cheers!

GC said...

Bonjour M. Earlo,

Joyeux anniversaire ! 70 it's like 70s, best years. I think. But you know better, so let me know if it's true one day.

Siberian Khatru said...

Happy Birthday to you and many more.
Thanks for the blog.

Wendy M. Grossman said...

Happy Birthday...and you might to look up the blog 86 and Holding: http://86andholding.blogspot.com.

In some countries, older ages get you goodies. In London, 60 is the year you get free travel on public transport. 70 is not one of those years...but if you move to Britain now you could look forward to a telegram from the monarch when you turn 100.

wg

YEKIMI said...

Happy Birthday!

Frank said...

Happy big birthday Earl! See they showed one of your great Taxi episodes on MeTv last night too.

Ken Levine said...

Happy Birthday. Now that you're 70 you can get work.

Howard 'Ism Schultz said...

Happy days are here, uh, there, again!

Anonymous said...

Earl Pomerantz was born a British Subject because there is no such thing as a Canadian Citizen before January 1, 1947. Pomerantz is a Hebrew. Mazel Tov and L'Chaim, Earl Pomerantz!

Anonymous said...

Earl Pomerantz was born before the State of Israel exists.

Anonymous said...

Earl Pomerantz's ancestors came from White Russia (Belarus).

Anonymous said...

Earl Pomerantz is of Middle Eastern origin. (Explanation: Hebrews originally came from Middle East).