It was interesting, and ultimately depressing that, amid the frenzied Teen Tatler-bashing yesterday, not a single female voice spoke out with that much-needed message. No, men are not all potential paedophiles. In the episode, Abe, the father of the protagonist character Homer Simpson, pays a visit to the Department of Motor Vehicles DMV to get his driver's license issued and convinces his co-in-law Patty Bouvier to use a photograph of him that was once featured in a local newspaper in lieu of an official license photograph on the spot. What a Time to Be Alive. Origin The newspaper headline was originally introduced as a sight gag in a scene from "The Old Man and the Key,"  Episode 13, Season 13 of the American animated sitcom The Simpsons originally aired on March 10th,
But the overwhelming majority — the rest of us — are not.
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You must login or signup first! Upon obtaining his newly issued driver's license, Abe walks over to a window and yells "who's laughing now? Thanks for moving the images I tagged for an entry I had on my entry list. We see that you're using an ad-blocker! Let your teenagers go to Magaluf. Super Smash Brothers Ultimate. On August 31st,FARK user furiousxgeorge  submitted a photoshopped parody in which the image of Abe Simpson is replaced with a caricature of Clinton Eastwood as featured in another episode of The Simpsonsaccompanied by the modified headline that reads "Old Man Yells at Chair," in response to the renowned American actor and filmmaker's puzzling empty chair speech he gave at the Republican National Convention on the day before.