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 Posted: Thu Feb 7th, 2008 06:25 pm
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1) M*A*S*H -- Have a funny story about mash and probably why I like it so much. When I was little my mother and I started a tradition of watchin mash and having a bowl of ice cream together, now it is like pavlos dog I hear the theme song and immediately want Ice cream.

I have the same sort of craving when it comes balogna sammiches and coffee. :cool:

2) Dukes of Hazzard  (tv series not the movie and only the ones with the original duke boys)
:shock: And you subscribe to "Playboy" for the editorials.:?

Couldn't resist.

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 Posted: Thu Feb 7th, 2008 09:25 pm
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While I did see the dukes movie and did enjoy jessica simpson as daisy and do remember the original daisy very fondly from my days as a young lad. I would have to say my kids will not be seeing the new movie anytime soon just too racey that is not so with the Old TV series thats one of the reasons I like IT.

 



 Posted: Fri Feb 8th, 2008 01:55 am
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I would have to say my kids will not be seeing the new movie anytime soon just too racey that is not so with the Old TV series thats one of the reasons I like IT.

It the older things, some eye-candy was offered. In the newer presentations, it's rubbed in your face.

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heres just one more Hee Haw. as cheesey as it is i love it.



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ole wrote: Seems that Bama is the only one old enough to remember RADIO. "Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men?" The Shadow knows. Gangbusters. Fibber McGee and Molly.

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Wrong, Ole! I am old enough too. I used to sit on the kitchen floor and listen to those shows while my Mom made dinner. I loved "The Shadow Knows" and "Gangbusters". Another show I liked was on during the day, "Stella Dallas" which was kind of a radio soap opera. I didn't listen to "Fibber McGee and Molly", but I did listen to "Amos and Andy" at night and loved the character The Kingfish. We listened to Arthur Godfrey" in the morning. I didn't like Godfrey, though, even less when he switched to TV.

The worst radio memory I have is the Korean War. The local radio station announced the draftees' names each night. Mom would cower by the radio. I don't know what Dad was doing. What I was doing was hiding under the kitchen table. Somehow I believed that if I hid there, my Dad's name wouldn't be called. Mercifully, it never was. That kitchen table thing must have worked.

 

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Cleburne .. cant imagine what your family went thru every morning , but that was a cool his tory  though.

 

HE HE HE IM SOO WITTY

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heres just one more Hee Haw. as cheesey as it is i love it.
".....she met another and, pfffffft, she was gone."

Broke me up every time.

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Ole that is a great one too bet you like "Put Another Log on the Fire " by Tompall Glaser



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Younglobo:

If I ever want a little excitement, I'll sing a line two from that to Dear One.  Unfortunately, I'm getting be a bit too long in the tooth to handle that much excitement, so I have cut back on it.

ole:shock:



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LOL my wife feels the same way



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My home town was saluted by Hee Haw - Punkin Center, La.



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1. Antiques Road Show

2. Old movies

3. I love to fall asleep watching any sporting event.  doesn't matter to me. Golf, football, baseball, basketball, etc.

 



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My wife loves the old radio plays... the Shadow was the MAN! THen there's one w/ William Powell and a twisted squeeky subconcious that came to the fore whenever he got clobbered. The classic Amos & Andy as well as Our Miss Brooks and the classic Burns & Allen.

I love the ability to get all kinds of things through interlibrary loan... one of the few things Minnesoata gets right.



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You should be skiing, Johan! Or snowmobiling? Or huddling in a shack over a hole in the ice. Geez. For a Minnestotan, you don't sound like much fun.

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ole wrote: You should be skiing, Johan! Or snowmobiling? Or huddling in a shack over a hole in the ice. Geez. For a Minnestotan, you don't sound like much fun.

ole


Maybe Johan is like me ole got to much Indian blood in him to like the cold , most good plains tribes stayed in the warm teepee when it got cold.

Took my daughter to preschool today had on my ww2 repro flight jacket , beene and gloves and ran the truck for 15 minutes before I went out and its only 19 degrees here with a wind chill of 7.



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that does sound familiar .  We had a kid's show on radio when I was a little kid that was brought to you by Eastern Columbia a department store down town L.A.  The theme song was Eastern Columbia Broadway at Ninth.  As a little kid I thought it was Eastern Columbia, Broadway at night.  I pictured this huge building coming up out of the ground at night only.  I had a vivid imagination .  One day my Dad took me downtown.  As we were walking along he said there is the Eastern Columbia Building .  I was in Shock.  I said but it is Day time!!!!   Dad had to explain it to me.

That was the great thing about radio , You used your imagination. 

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 Looney Toons ; The Andy Griffeth Show ; Combat, Rat Patrol, M*A*S*H*, Bag Bah Black sheep,  Lone Ranger, Little house on the parrie , Gunsmoke,  Bonaza

History channel ; Military Channel ; History Channel international ; Discover Channel

PBS

Sure there more out there

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steve, they just made the site where they filmed the series Mash in the Santa Monica Mountains a "historical site."  Dedicated it last week end with some of the cast there .  Only problem is it is a two mile walk in from the closest road

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Like to add China beach and tour of duty to the list


A historical site? I wouldnt go that far with the show but if I recall they did do the same thing with the set for the movie The Alamo w / John wayne

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