I'm going off-line for a week as my krew and I take a late summer/early fall vacation up north. My sinister corporate overlords demand I use up my vacation hours before the fiscal year starts anew. I'll be in a cabin (or a cottage as my Canadian relatives call it) and will intentionally not be suckling from the broadband teat for an entire Earth week, which will be strange and hard for me. No Google? No IMDB? No Fanboy Rampage? I'm getting uptight just thinking about it.
Anyway, before I go, a parting gift. In the comments section Dave's Long Box readers have been discussing using the word "Airwolf" as a universally positive adjective. Rumor has it that back in the day, the producers of the hit TV show Airwolf were smoking crack and they thought, "Wouldn't it be great if kids started using Airwolf as a synonym for 'cool?'"
The true architect of the whole "Airwolf as Adjective" concept was not a cracked out Hollywood-type, but was actually Ernie Cline, who did a brilliant spoken word piece called "Airwolf" back in 2000 that you can check out RIGHT HERE. Cline released a CD in 2001 called Ultraman is Airwolf that I will have to track down for the title alone. Think about it: Ultraman IS Airwolf.
I think it's a great idea, so as my way of seeding the pop cultural landscape, I've created some images to help promote the concept. Send them to your friends, co-workers, mother, or elected official (except the last one) and let's all help push Airwolf: The Adjective into the zietgeist!
Look how versatile Airwolf is! Send it to your mom:
Send it to a co-worker:
Or to your homeboy:
Or, really, just send a picture of Ernest Borgnine with a knife.
Okay, kids! Have a fully Airwolf week and don't crack the Internet in half while I'm gone!