Another reason for honoring Vincent Price with a postage stamp: He spoke out for what he believed! (Take note Kansas and Arizona!)
"Ladies and gentlemen, poison doesn’t always come in bottles. And it isn’t always marked with the skull and crossbones of danger. Poison can take the form of words and phrases and acts: the venom of racial and religious hatred. Here in the United States, perhaps more than ever before, we must learn to recognize the poison of prejudice and to discover the antidote to its dangerous effects. Evidences of racial and religious hatred in our country place a potent weapon in the hands of our enemies, providing them with the ammunition of criticism. Moreover, group hatred menaces the entire fabric of democratic life. As for the antidote: you can fight prejudice, first by recognizing it for what it is, and second by actively accepting or rejecting people on their individual worth, and by speaking up against prejudice and for understanding. Remember, freedom and prejudice can’t exist side by side. If you choose freedom, fight prejudice."
Via Vincent Price on Facebook
I forever weep at this skit.
I try to think about the first time this skit was thought of and how it turned into the hilarious train wreck that it is
I was once cuddling with a guy and when it got really quiet I whispered into his ear, “A lifetime supply of frozen chicken by Chicken Man.” in the accent and all. Proud moment.
Best skit improv ever
Never gets old
Legendary game so vicious