Yet another example of my refusal to let the realities of actual t-shirt sales get in the way of me bringing in a t-shirt I think is cool. Like I said on the Rat Fink t-shirt description, it seems like no one but me and a few particularly cool people know who Big Daddy Roth even is. It's like I grew up in a cooler parallel universe and then was transported here, only to spend the rest of my life in frustration as I can't find anyone in this world who knows of Rat Fink (actually, given how lame most of this universe seems, there might just be some truth to that).
Anyway, if you are, like me, from the universe of cool than you know that Kustom Kulture
is all about custom cars, and more specifically classic American muscle cars. Those British twits over at Top Gear
can bite me with their Jaguar reviews or whatever. If it doesn't sound like a slow moving earthquake as it cruises down the street I don't want to hear about it.
Weird. I just did a search for "King Fink" and came up with the page for some real estate agent with the unlikely name of Lee Fink King
. Fink is a middle name I would consider changing, to be honest. Maybe it was her maiden name? Regardless, I'm sure she's a great real estate person and if you are looking for property in Southern Indiana odds are she can hook you up.
Whoops! Looks like I am off base here. According to the fine people at How Many of Me
there are 32,811 people in the US with the last name of Fink and 1557 people with the first name. I never would have imagined it, or for that matter imagined naming your son or daughter Fink. Just seems weird.
Life is strange. Check this out. 116 people with the last name of Sick. 552 people with the last name of Hell. 15,869 people with the more polite last name of Heck. 235 War. 9,931 Peace. I found a few more, but they were mostly too rude or obscure to put in here without linking to something unsavory.
I think that's it. I have three more Rat Fink shirts to do and don't want to dry the well early on. Have a great day.
June 3rd, 2011