Quick Questions from The Gentlemen

Dear Friends,
Our latest journey to the midwestern states (which was quite pleasant and lucrative, thank you very much) raised two pressing questions.

Question 1: Is this a nuclear power plant?  If so, this is the closest any two-man band has ever been to one.

Question 2: Why are these action figures not more widely available?  An outrage!

Your answers are greatly appreciated.

Yours very truly,
Andy Bean
The Two Man Gentlemen Band

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4 thoughts on “Quick Questions from The Gentlemen

  1. Alicia says:

    1. It is!
    2. There’s a whole line of public service action figures at a “Dollar Variety!” store near my parents’ house. My friends and I used to give them to each other as gifts in high school. By the time I graduated, I had a street sweeper, a trash collector, a mailman, and about 10 construction workers because those are the only ones that ever got restocked.

  2. Julie says:

    You guys go to only the finest places.

  3. Brittany K. says:

    Those action figures are labeled “Aisle 07, Crackers”

  4. Hector says:

    Well, it would seem that the establishment’s reasoning in refusing public servants the heroic status of action fgure is simple: The Action Figures are a Marxist plot, confusing children and leading them astray to seek their fame and fortune in fairytale world of labor! These action figures place good honest professions such as professional athlete or super hero at risk!

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