I LANSTON TYPE COMPANY I GERALD GIAMPA I
¶ JACQUES HERE I AM ON THE SHORES of Finland searching for a new ship. Problem is they are all stuck up in the ice.
I know, you will be asking me about that reindeer I was negotiating on as a mode of transportation. Well as it turns out they just eat moss. Not many moss stations in this neck of the woods. I can tell you that for a fact.
Just my danged luck and all!
So, I suppose for the winter I will be hopping the ol' Turku train. Quite the station. Now make sure you remember when you come for a visit don't go hooting off on that "S" train whatever your do. You'll be pretty sorry about that. Not unless you like bratwurst that is.
Anyway, us old buzzards tend to get cranky because of our bad teeth, so if I go getting a little owly on you, best you can do is to cast me adrift. Don't worry about hurting my feelings or nothing. At my age any feeling at all is a wonderful thing.
Meanwhile, Jacques my boy, let me show you a little book I did when I was a few years younger than you.
Think I am a little foreword Jacques? Well, Jacques, you got that wrong, I'm not foreword. This is a little foreword. Nice little handling with the feather doo dad if I do say so myself, and I do.
You're one lucky guy Jacques, someday you will grow up to be big and strong just like me!
You want a glass of wine?
Happy birthday from the land of the noon moon.
JACQUES LE BAILLY:
"I am young, cheap and fast." JACQUES LE BAILLY
¶ WELL, I AM NOT "CHEAP" but I am fast, and was quite a dapper chap when I was young.
You must be old enough to look at dirty pictures. You like dirty pictures Jacques? You know I used to print dirty books in my day. Some pretty wild stuff.
Want to look at a dirty picture Jacques? Oh, I can see that you do. I read that as one big yes.
Take a real little sneaky peaky at this.