I know what you’re thinking – “Jeff, Larry, you two are so selfless for giving so much of your time to Franks and Beans. Frankly, I don’t see how either of you have any time to do things like eat, travel, work, raise a family, learn to play the harmonica, garden, launder, solder, frolic, drill, sing, or do any of the things many people find necessary.” Well, you’re not far off – I still don’t know how to play the harmonica, but maybe one day. My point is, even though Larry and I are magnanimous in gifting the universe the Internet comedy show Franks and Beans, we still manage to do other things as well. And if you, terrific Internet viewer, can enjoy some of those things as well, provided that you can find your own time away from watching our videos and looking at adorable pictures of cats.
Larry, for example, is probably the biggest Dukes of Hazzard fan in the world. He’s got a collection that would either amaze or sicken the average person, and now he’s got a website with which he can show off his collection and connect with other collectors across the world. But what in the world would he call this website? That in itself is a mystery.
For myself, I have been known to write some things, and every so often some people read them. I’ve got a comic book out titled Teddy and the Yeti, but more importantly, I’ve got a website where anyone can go and spend…oh, just hours (and also money). I also have a second blog, one that’s associated with my comic book work and random musings, that you can find here: http://teddyandtheyeti.blogspot.com/.
If anyone just stumbled upon this Franks and Beans website and isn’t simply here because you were forced to visit by Larry or me, and you’d like to check out some of our other stuff, well, there you go. It’s like a gateway drug without all of the chemical dependance.
…I think I might make that last phrase our new website slogan.