Today there was  rough weather all across the U.S. A few family members were out braving the elements while the rest were hunkered down in their homes. It reminded me of W.C. Fields’ line in The Fatal Glass of Beer, “Taint a fit night out for man nor beast!”

from Wiki– The Fatal Glass of Beer is a short film released in 1933, starring W. C. Fields and produced by Mack Sennett. Written by Fields the film is a parody of rugged stage melodramas set in the Yukon.

The most famous gag has Fields opening the cabin door periodically and exclaiming, “Taint a fit night out for man nor beast!” with some obviously fake snow thrown into his face a moment later.

I laughed at Fields’ gags as much today as I did when I first saw this movie years ago.

Fatal Glass of Beer 2 – parts one and three are at YouTube.