April 22, 2005 - Msg 28407:
Just for you Charlotte! Teehee
"The Pepsi generation",
"You can take Salem out of the country, but..."
"Palmolive Madge? Yes, youre soaking in it!"
"No more dishpan hands."
"The keebler elves"
"Our group had 30 percent fewer cavities with Crest"
"Head and Shoulders above the rest"
"Zest-fully clean"
"I'd like to buy the world a coke..."
"Sugar Pops, shot from guns"
"You deserve a break today..."
"Maxwell house, good to the last drop."
Well, get to preaching on Sunday, will say a prayer for you and yours. Have a great weekend!

April 22, 2005 - Msg 28408: Wow, my old commercials even swept the porch!

April 22, 2005 - Msg 28409: hey MDC,you have a great weekend too.Where is everybody from the porch tonight?ky girl

April 22, 2005 - Msg 28410:
Hey Gang,

I just googled it and found out I was born on the day that TAGS Premiered 10-3-60. Well, aren't I special. LOL.

Ky Girl, That's always been one of my favorites. I can still remember him balancing on one foot. As for the snow we're only supposed to get maybe and inch or so. Then, it's back to Spring they say. Ya know, I can't remember 123 Jell-O either.

MDC, with a sweep like that you should have mentioned and old Hoover commercial.


April 22, 2005 - Msg 28411: Hey there Ky Girl

April 22, 2005 - Msg 28412:
MDC, That must have been a "Zest-fully clean" sweep.


ok, I'll someone else post now.

April 22, 2005 - Msg 28413: Where's the Beef?

Onions, pickles, also lettuce, all we ask is that you let us serve it your way.

I can't think of an old one from McDonalds! Oh well.

Have a great night all, I hope I won't be snowed in tomorrow!

Mary Wiggins

April 22, 2005 - Msg 28414: auh2o,that is a coincidence that you were born on the day TAGS first aired,seems you were destined to be a TAGS fan!HA HA! I was born Nov 19,1963,it seems at that time that year there was alot of turmoil going on in the country[at least from reading nespaper headlines from thatyear]I think I became a TAGS fan because I needed the calmness and simplicity!Thats the reason I still like it,and the family values.Glad to hear your snow won't stick around long and you will get your spring weather back.Have you ever had fishing season open with snow still on the ground?Mary wiggins I recognize those two slogans,wendy's and burger king,right?I think I remember one from Mcdonalds it was sung real fast"2 all beef patties special sauce lettuce cheese pickles onions on a sesame seed bun"It was kind of all said in one breath,anyone remember that?Or the one for culligan where the lady with the high pitched funny voice yells "Hey Culligan MAN",she kind of sounds like the lady that originally played Mrs.Kravitz on Bewitched.Well.I'll stop back by in a little bit,ky girl

April 22, 2005 - Msg 28415: sorry,that was supposed to say newspaper headlines ky girl

April 22, 2005 - Msg 28416: MDC, that little doodly between Elsie's horns was a curl. Elsie was, I believe, a Jersey cow, and many Jerseys do have a little tuft of curls on their forehead, more or less between the horns. On some cows it's heavier than on others, but it does give them a rather sweet expression.

Mary Wiggins, I had some friends over tonight, and they were so impressed with my three prints of Pat's work. Whenever you have some snapshots available, I'd really love to see the latest ones. I have a place in my bedroom that just begs for one of his prints.

I had the distinct privilege a while back, of meeting the man who was the original voice of Tony the Tiger. He even said "They're GRRREAAATTT!" for me. He is a regular at a restaurant near my son's home in Florida, and my son had gotten acquainted with him. He introduced us, and I was impressed with how nice the man was, and how he seemed to be so pleased that anyone remembered him. His speaking voice is, as you would imagine, very deep and rich, a basso profundo.

Thanks, everyone, for the prayers for my friend Henry. He had a bad night last night, and wasn't doing as well today as he did yesterday, but he's hanging in there. Please keep praying.

Goodnight, everyone. Sugarplum says hey! --Romeena

April 23, 2005 - Msg 28417: WOW..a clean sweep...hello ro,ky,mw,ouh20...im gona go real the dust from the later porch..back in a miniute..had storms move through here at the power comp. ..this ga weather..jeezz..good on my garden and yard ..rc colas and moon pies around..SPOT

April 23, 2005 - Msg 28418: spot,rc colas and moonpies sound good.were the storms very bad your way?ky girl

April 23, 2005 - Msg 28419: we got some thunderstotms here about an hour ago,we must be gettin some of your Georgia showers spot,not bad though,and we still have power.Ya'll take care,I'll stop by this eveningprayers for all KY Girl

April 23, 2005 - Msg 28420: b-u-r-r cold on the midwest, suppose to have below freezing tonight. charlotte tucker where's the 75 degree's? ky girl, summer is coming they say. i know you'll be glad as the rest of the porch. mdc- don't forget racing in your neck of the woods. spot- you and miss sherry sure have had a busy year at the plant because of storms. hey to mary wiggins, romeena and plum , auh20 and all the porch a big hello... next week, what do you think about doing a theme songs we can't get out of our heads? porch trivia-- what 1950's science fiction thriller did aunt bea play in? have a great weekend. pappa bear

April 23, 2005 - Msg 28421: Hey everybody!

pappa bear Yep... David Crokett is the real deal. A real descendent. We were all floored. I never could remember which one was fictional. Davy or Daniel Boone but now I remember ;) He's really nice, always happy, can whistle just like a bird and prefers to be called David not Davy.

Have to study today. Catch you all later!

Dixie Belle

April 23, 2005 - Msg 28422: hey pappa bear,I think doing a theme songs we can't get out of our heads is a great idea.i don't know the answer to your trivia question unless it was lost in space or star track.I'm not much for watching sci fi thrillers.Talk to ya in a little bit,ky girl

April 23, 2005 - Msg 28423: Hey porch,it looks mighty empty here tonight.Spot,how was the bluegrass music?I've got some baked whiting,green beans,and seasoned buttered rice,pepsi,sweet tea and water to drink,you all are welcome to come eat at my house.auh2o,we got a few flurries here today too,but,it didn't stick.It's just turned colder.I'll talk to you all later,ky girl

April 24, 2005 - Msg 28424: Good Sunday!

:) Love someone today

April 24, 2005 - Msg 28425: good morning porch-- freezing on my porch. ky girl- aunt bea was in the movie,, the day the earth stood still. well last nights race was pretty good mdc, thanks for the hospitality. i thought t least one of the military cars would have won, gregg biffle did us proud. APB OUT FOR OUR MISSING PORCHSTERS--- AFD, ASA, MR MCVEEBEE, AUBT BEA, FUN GIRL, MAVIS, EMMA, MAYBERRY DEPUTY, IL GIRL, FRANKIE FLYNT, AND THE REST. DIXIE BELLE- davy crockett was the one who killed the bear at three years old, boy wouldn't the animal rights folks be upset with the boy today? i too think the tv theme song marathon next week would be fun. breakfast on the mayor at cracker barrel this morning. just put it on my tab. pappa bear.

April 24, 2005 - Msg 28426: CAR 54, WHERE AAARRRE YOOOOOOU? --ROMEENA

April 24, 2005 - Msg 28427: Good morning, everyone. Just getting ready to go to church, and thought I'd drop by . I've left a pan of Scottish shortbread for everyone to sample. Don't get any crumbs on your Sunday-go-to-meetin' clothes, though. The stuff is so rich, it'll leave a little a little buttery footprint everywhere a crumb lands. I'm going to church with my son and his wife today, over in Ft. Worth. They're part of a program the church is presesnting this morning and will be giving their testimony about the loss of their second son right after his birth, and how God brought them through that. He brought all of us through it, no question.

Well, off I go. Sugarplum says hey! --Romeena

April 24, 2005 - Msg 28428: "a little a little"? Good grief. --Romeena

April 24, 2005 - Msg 28429: I love the meatloaf at Cracker Barrel, Pappa Bear! Think they will serve that for breakfast?

Thanks for the shortbread, Romeena! It was delicious! Hopefully I left enough for everyone else.;)
-Sterling Holobyte

April 24, 2005 - Msg 28430: PAPPA BEAR ..Im here ,just been working alot this weekend and then the cup race was on last night ,a good race .

April 24, 2005 - Msg 28431: "Fill it to the rim,...with Brim"

Hey, good race last night, and just as it finished, we got hit with a thunderstorm!
Good for the Irvin team.
Ro, prayers continue for henry.
My wife's meat loaf got em all beat! Great stuff!
"Brillcream, a little dab 'il do ya."
Good Sabbath,

April 24, 2005 - Msg 28432: "Brylcream, you'll look so debonair.
Brylcream, the gals will all pursue ya---
They'll love to get their fingers in your hair."--Romeena

April 24, 2005 - Msg 28433: WHERE is ASA?? --Romeena

April 24, 2005 - Msg 28434: Hey everybody, I emailed Asa and he wrote back last Wednesday. Said he was busy cleaning out some of his dad's things but that he'd be back to post sometime soon. Love all the commercials. Does anyone remember those Taster's Choice ones where the couple got together? How about the first Bartles and James commercials when they didn't even tell what product they were advertising? Break out the electric blanket, papa bear! Hope my strawberry blooms don't freeze off.
Charlotte Tucker

April 24, 2005 - Msg 28435: "i thank You God for most this amazing
day: for the leaping greenly spirits of trees
and a blue true dream of sky; and for everything
which is natural which is infinite which is yes"

~E.E. Cummings

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28436: what weather we're having- snow on the ground in marion, ohio. lousiville, ky ice and cold to go with pre ky derby fireworks. i hope the porch is enclosed and heated. ha. romeena, thanks for the scottish shortbread. did plum wear a scottish oufit to chruch? great one to kick off our theme songmarathon, car 54 where are you. pappa bear

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28437: well it's monday and time for another week. today kicks off our marathon of tv and movie themes you can't get out of your head, like romeena said car 54 where are you. mayberry theme song etc. sterling- ileft word at cracker barrel that you get can have meat loaf anytime you want and put it on my tab. advantage of being the mayor don't you know. mayberry deputy- i know about busy hard to work everything in. great to see you. i thought gregg biffle national guard was going to take it. next week sweet home alabama saw that race several times. mdc- two great theme songs. hope you have a good one. charlotte tucker- two blankets, i had roses ,peonies, new flowers coming up, what a state something weather wise for everyone.ha. good commercials. WELCOME E. E. CUMMINGS== what state are you from? i'm in illinois. pull up a rocker on the porch and visit anytime. THANK YOU CHARLOTTE TUCKER FOR THE UPDATE ON ASA. YOUR IN OUR PRAYERS ASA, BOO, AND ALL OUR MISSING PORCHSTERS. especially this time of year when everyone is busy we often lose track of those we love in our prayers. how about green acres theme song? i pray everyone have a great week and a safe one. breakfast on me at the location of your choice0 on your mayor, papa bear

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28438: Hey! I have news. I want to give a testimony please.

When I was young. About 9 or 10 maybe. I went throught the motions of being saved because I knew that I wanted to go to heaven. Well for the last couple of years I have been having troubles in my heart. My heart almost pure hurt. I was confused and felt like I was barely keeping my head above water. I would pray and pray but nothing.... Then God started whispering to me that something was wrong inside. But I ignored it. Nothing was wrong with me I thought. I kept pushing it aside and pushing it aside. But every time we would talk about a cleansed heart I would try to picture mine white and clean but I always saw black holes peeping through. Not to mention I started to wonder if I was going to heaven at all. If you have to wonder about going to heaven you are not going.

I guess I was holding back b/c I didn't know what my church family would think of me. Admitting that I was wrong and living a lie. Pride is a dangerous thing. It almost sent me to the devil. But yesterday in church it finally dawned on me that I was worrying about the wrong person and what they were thinking of me. I swallowed my pride and went forward. I have been saved. Jesus has made me clean I cried like a baby.

Now I tell all of you this because you all have played a part in this. Just your everyday comments have encouraged me and helped me make my decision. Thank you.

Dixie Belle

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28439: Oh, Dixie Belle, what a beautiful testimony! Isn't it wonderful what can happen when we "let go and let God"? Thank you for sharing, and I know everyone will be as happy for you as I am.

Sugarplum says hey! --Romeena

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28440: Here's to your new life, Dixie Belle. I have a good read for you if you haven't read/practiced it for 40 days--Rick Warren's Purpose Driven Life. It is a wonderful book. I believe he hits the nail on the head in sentence 1: It's not about me. Wow, was that an eye opener! Really? It's not? I always thought it was ALL about me. Misconception. Great book (for anyone who hasn't read it).
Charlotte Tucker

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28441: Hey all getting ready to head to work will catch yall there at 2...SPOT

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28442: GOOD MORNING PORCH..hope everyone is doing well,congrats DIXIE.Weather is nice here in NC today ,getting the yard mowed and heading to the lake for some fishing ,everyone take care

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28443:
Dixie - Wow, what great news!
Jesus is the only one who said "I am the way..."
Don't know what we said, but whatever it was, sure glad we said it! We're all just a bunch of sinners trying to stay on the narrow path!
RO - That was neat what you said a ways back about meeting the Frosted Flakes man. Good Brylcreen bit too! Remember the Burma-Shave signs?
EECummings, love your unique poetry!
PAPPA bear - will try to send you some of our 85 degrees today! Then, let's head for Talladega!!
Army car did pretty good Sat. night.
OK, old TV themes... how about
24-50 to headquarters (Broderick Crawford in The Highway Patrol"!
"Baby, have you ever wondered, wondered what became of me..."
"Welcome back,your dreams were your ticket out.."
Have a good Mayberry Day,

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28444: Hey gang, here at work now till morning,got to give a class at 5,..good luck fishing MD, got my boat in the shop for a tune up, get it back next week, going camping weekend after next..tonight its Blt"s and pickels,chips,oatmeal pies,coke...SPOT

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28445: I'm not sure who posted the poem by E.E. Cummings, but I do know that he was a poet, born here in America, who passed away in the 60's. Thanks for sharing it with us, whoever you are!

Dixie, what wonderful news you have shared with us! Charlotte's suggestion of reading "Purpose Driven Life" is a great idea. You must be just about done with school for the time being. Congratulations! When I read your posts about all you have been through to get your degree I know how hard you are working! I have a daughter that is going through the same things as you are, as she is going for her bachelor's also, for secondary education. She still has about a year to go, even though she is already 23, because she has been working full time while carrying a full load at school, so it is taking her a little longer. She will get there, though! I am going to start praying right now for God to supply you with a great position somewhere!

MDC, I know the "Welcome back..." was from Welcome Back Kotter. I am not sure about the "Baby have you ever wondered..." quote though.

How's about an easy one..."They're creepy and they're kooky, mysterious and spooky. They're altogether ooky...."

Have a great Mayberry Evening all!

Mary Wiggins

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28446: "Baby, have you ever wondered, wondered whatever became of me? I'm living on the air in Cincinnatti, Cincinnatti WKRP. I'm at WKRP in Cincin-nat-ti."
One of my favorite shows. Johnny Fever, Venus Flytrap, and all the gang. Hilarious!

"They're creepy and they're kooky, etc." The Addams Family, of course.

Sugarplum says hey! --Romeena

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28447: "Believe it or not, I'm flying on air
Never thought I could feel so freeeeeee
Flying away on a wing and a prayer -
Who could it be??
Believe it or not, it's just me!"

Anyone know this theme song? This is just the chorus of the song. . .


April 25, 2005 - Msg 28448: For parents who want to work on reading comprehension this summmer - www.bookadventure.com - is a great resource.


April 25, 2005 - Msg 28449: I'm strictly guessing - is it The Flying Nun? --Romeena

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28450: Rings a bell--was it The Greatest American Hero? I liked that show.
Charlotte Tucker

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28451: Homemaker, I am sure I have heard that song, but I just can't put my finger on it. Now it is going to bug me all night!! Thanks a lot! Just kidding!

Thanks for the info about bookadventure.com, I am going to check it out.

Mary Wiggins

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28452: Seems like it might have been The Greatest American Hero, good call Charlotte!


April 25, 2005 - Msg 28453: You are correct - it was The Greatest Amercian Hero theme. Congrats!


April 25, 2005 - Msg 28454: This is a little morbid but these are the words to a very well known theme song. .

Suicide is painless, it brings on many changes, and you can do the same thing if you please. . .

Any guesses?


April 25, 2005 - Msg 28455:
"As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly."


April 25, 2005 - Msg 28456:


April 25, 2005 - Msg 28457: auh2o,I love that line from wkrp's Les Nessman!No matter how many times I hear it I laugh!Dixie,I'm so happy for you,and thank you for sharing your testimony.Homemaker thank you for the reading resource.ok,here is an easy one"Love,exciting and new......ky girl

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28458: lOVE BOAT!...Hey yall..just hanging out here at the power company till 6 am..peanut butter and ritz for a snack and a fanta orange..hey hm,ct,mw,ky,md,mdc and all..cool night here but nice..signed:SPOT the"gona clean out my barn thu." dog of this here great porch..lights are on!

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28459: right spot.here another one I thought of"just sit right back and you'll hear a tale.....ky girl

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28460: sorry,here's is the word I meant to spell ky girl

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28461: gilligans island..loved that show!SPOT

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28462: come ride the little train?....SPOT

April 25, 2005 - Msg 28463: that is coming down the track to the junction,petticoat junction?Ky Girl

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28464: hey spot,how is otis doing?-ky girl

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28465: doing great ky..he goes back for another treatment in about 2 and a half weeks..to see him run and play you would never know he was being treated...lets all go to huddle house this morning...my treat..headed home at 6 and back at 2 pm for another 16hrs..rain coming here probably before i can get home...well see yall at huddle house...SPOT

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28466: Good Morning all!

Thank you so much for the Congratulations. You mean a lot to me. And I do have the Purpose Driven Life but I think I'll start it over now.

One test left! Wednesday. D-day.... tee-hee. kidding!

Thank you again for everything especially your prayers.

Somebody Loves me answers my Prayers. I love somebody I know He cares. Somebody tells me not to repine. That Somebody is Jesus and I know He's mine!

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28467: Congrats,dixie! I know how you feel! After going to church and singing in church since i was in the 7th grade,Jesus didn't become my savior until I was 41! Been busy the last few days but got caught up on the posts! Headed to the Huddle house for some grub! Head em up move em out!! I always loved that show too! I know you remember that song! Quiet Sam.

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28468: got to scoot to town and get some vinyl for the house repairs-catch ya later! Quiet Sam.

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28469: Why Dixie, that poem sounds like something TOM would've posted! Prayers for your test, Dixie. Hey to Spot, Ky girl, homemaker, auh20, and eveyone else taking part in these trivia quizzes. I'm enjoying them very much. Homemaker, I didn't see for sure--what was the answer to the suicide one. That is morbid.
Charlotte Tucker

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28470:
Morning Folks,

Dixie that is just great. Wow, love to hear those testimonies.

Here's s tough one for TV Theme songs. It starts out with real eerie music (maybe angelic music, not sure). It's from my favorite drama.

Don't let yourself get hurt this time.
Don't let yourself get hurt this time.


April 26, 2005 - Msg 28471: Charlotte, that was MASH, but the opening theme is just the music, not the words.
Anyone remember "Love, American Style" ?
Usually 3 vinettes, but i cant think of tthe theme song!
How about, "One , two, three o'clock, four o'clock rock..."
hey, where's mayor pappa? he started this ?? haha
And Daniel, Alyce, briscoe, DES and others.
Great day to u all!
Mr Darlin's Cuz

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28472: Auh20, didnt see you sneak in there.
Man, you got me on that one! Hill Street Blues?

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28473: "One, two, three o'clock" - that's "Happy Days!" --Romeena

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28474: I just want to say hi to you all. I somehow stumbled upon this porch while doing a search for Beemans gum...then orange wax harmonicas. Funny how I followed the trail. My search took me to a page where "Boo" had posted about a little girl named Madison who was going for a bone scan...and...well...I had to investigate to see if she was going to be okay since that was back in April of 2003 according to the archives.

I did find what I believed was good news and didn't feel right leaving without saying something. Your postings are so very warm and bring back so many memories. Such an uplifting place where morals and moms are held in high regard.

Big hugs,


April 26, 2005 - Msg 28475: Two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickle, onion on a sesame-seed bun!

(Say it REAL fast!)

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28476: DEBS.. welcome ,the porch is a great place ,with many fine people ,pull up a rocker and sit with us as often as you wish

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28477: Wow Debs, that is interesting how a search for Beeman's Gum brought you to the Taylor's porch!!
Well, I do know that Barney liked his gum! he sure chewed quite a few pieces while waiting in the barn for the escaped prisoner! But to refer you a past post by our friend Boo is quite amazing! As MD stated, visit as often as you like!
hey MD, Talladega coming up! Reminds me of the song where they dissed neil young. (I cant think of the name of it!) Oh well, should be a good race.
More shows:
"da da da da, (snap fingers twice)..."
"Come on knock on our door, we've been waiting for you..."
"Here's the story, of a man named..."
"Who is the tall dark stranger there?
M________ is his name,..."
Have a good day!
Mr Darlin's Cuz

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28478: Don't forget us Dads, Debs. ;)
Welcome to the porch! Sounds like you took an interesting path to get here! Hope you stay a while.
-Sterling Holobyte

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28479: MASH was the correct answer. . .Good Job!

MDC, Addams Family, Threes Company, and The Beverly Hillbillies - not sure on the fourth one, hmmm. . . .

Great to see you Debs - come back and chew anytime!

"This is the city, Los Angeles, California. . "


April 26, 2005 - Msg 28480: Hey, MDC! Didn't see you sitting there!
I know all but the last one of those themes you posted. I'll just take the first one though and give someone else a chance with the others.
"The Adams Family"?
-Sterling Holobyte

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28481: Oops, didn't see you either, homemaker. I ought to get these eyes checked I guess!
-Sterling Holobyte

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28482: DixieBelle, many congratulations on your honesty and humility! Jesus must surely be pleased. Hey to all the porch - limited typing for now...
~ Mrs. Wiley

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28483: "Who is the tall dark stranger there?
M________ is his name,..." Maverick!!

Bless your heart and congrats Dixie!! Good for you!

Hey to Debs! Glad you found us - come back any time!

Hope everyone is doing well and prayers go out for those in need.

Sorry I've been gone for a while - been TOO busy (if you all know what I mean) and then had been sick for a few days. Starting to feel somewhat better. Thanks for the APB's folks.


April 26, 2005 - Msg 28484: Hey homemaker! "This is the city..." is from one of my favorite shows - Dragnet. The number on my car license plate is even 714 (just by coincidence - I didn't pick it).

How about this one...
"People let me tell you 'bout my best friend,
He's a warm hearted person who'll love me till the end..."



April 26, 2005 - Msg 28486: "...The City of Townsville..."

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28487: MDC ..how about "Have Gun WIll Travel Reads The Card Of A man "

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28488: A knight without armor in a savage land.... --Romeena

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28489: His fast gun's for hire (something, something),
A soldier of fortune is the man called --- Paladin. --Romeena

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28490: afd,the courtship of eddies father.ok,I don't remember all the words to this one,but,part of the chorus goes"da da by night,da da by day,_____ strangers who just met on the way.The answer is also the name of the show.ky girl

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28491: Moonlighting, ky girl.

-Sterling Holobyte

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28492: Hey yall!..welcome debs!im SPOT the most of the time cook dog here..hey ro,mdc,md,hm,mw,sh,ct,auh20,pappa bear,and all I missed..tonight its grilled chicken with the rev"s sauce!..mustard tater salad,pork-n-beans,rolls,butter,season salt, fresh ground black pepper..boy ky that one is hard..signed"SPOT the"will someone scrach behind my ears" dog of your porch!!

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28493:
MDC, "Hill Street Blues" is one of my favorites but it was from "Twin Peaks."

Ky Girl, We didn't get too much snow last weekend about 6 inches. I think parts of Michigan and Ohio got a foot or so. "Moonlighting" now that was a good show. Do you remember the episode when the union and management had their negotiations. The Union wanted "NO WORK and PAY" and Management wanted "NO PAY and WORK." LOL.

Hey Debs, we resemble that remark. At least I hope so.

Spot, you fix-up a mighty fine meal but scratch behind your ears?? Hmmmmm.....
OK, just this once.


April 26, 2005 - Msg 28494: RUFF..RUFF..thanks auh20..ha ha..setting here watching my braves and mets battle..braves 4 to 1 in the 7th..hey did I tell yall I got Elton John tickets at Phillips Arena for Miss Sherry and I..?..Back to our roots of Good Bye Yellow Brick Road and Bennie and the Jets!...signed:SPOT the"platform shoes"dog of your porch!!

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28495: ROMEENA.. glad to see your a fan of good westerns

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28496: Wow, you folks are GOOD! Ya got all the themes that I listed!
All great shows! They sure run circles around the reality junk!
"Davy, Davy Crockett, King of the wild frontier.."
"She can turn the world on with her smile.."
Have a good evening!

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28497: mary tyler moore show!...spot

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28498: Woohoo! My neighbor got her little Senegal parrot back, and her son, who happens to be retarded, is thrilled. The bird was one of a pair, hand-raised by the young man, and very dear to him. Little Sam had flown about a half-mile, and was found by a workman in a parking lot, exhausted and terrified. The man picked him up and took him home with him, to another Dallas suburb. Last night, leaving work, he saw the flyers my neighbor had posted, called her, and the rest is history. Some stories do have happy endings.

Oh, yes, MD, I do love good westerns. My dad was a big fan, and I grew up with them. "Gunsmoke" has long been a favorite of mine, and I still watch the reruns today. Give me a good shoot-em-up over this "reality" garbage anytime. Like most people, especially people my age, I've lived enough "reality" to fill my quota, and don't need it shoved in my face under the guise of entertainment. I try to give everything a fair shake, and have watched a bit of it, but about ten minutes was all I could handle, and back to TVLand I scurried!

And will someone please catch Farrah, and lock her away somewhere? Let's see - some adjectives here: vapid, vacuous, inane, gratuitous, boring, phony, worthless, silly - and those are the good points.

Ha! With that, I'm off to bed. Sugarplum says hey! --Romeena

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28499: MDC,I thoght of that one also,"love american style,da da da da red white and blue,love american style thats me and you.ky girl

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28500: "____ ____(name of show), a shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist.
____ ____,(name of main character) a young loner on a crusade to champion the cause of the innocent, the helpless, the powerless in a world of criminals who operate above the law."

"In 1972, a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit. These men promptly escaped a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire...__ __ ___."

Ok, so these are kind of long, they should be pretty easy.
-Sterling Holobyte

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28501: sorry that was supposed to be thought-ky girl

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28502: Sorry, those first two sentences are from the same show. I really am not looking for the name of the character(unless you want to name him for extra points ;)), but I just blanked it out because it would kind of give the name of the show away.

Hey Ro, why don't we just chase Farrah off a high bridge? ;)

-Sterling Holobyte

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28503: sterling I'm guessing at this first one,"the fugitive"? can't remember main characters name.Now,the second one I think I know "The A Team".KY GIrl

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28504: auh2o,I do remember that episode .One of my favorites too.yes,RO I'm like you,I tried watching that reality stuff and could only tolerate about 10 minutes of it.You know what really bothers me about chasing Farrah?Is that apparently this woman is really this airheaded.I had to laugh,when I saw a clip of her telling someone she didn't like a line she had in a show because it made her sound stupid,and the friend asks as opposed to what?Pretty much my sentiments exactly.She doesn't need a script to sound stupid.ky girl

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28505: these are the words to a shows closing theme song"I'm so glad we had this time together,just to have a laugh and sing a song,seems we just get sarted and before you know it,comes the time we have to say so long",anyone remember the show?-ky girl

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28506: sorry,thats started-ky girl

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28507: That would be "The Carol Burnett Show", ky girl. And regarding Farrah, I think you're right, she really is mainly a waste of space. Sterling, you have the right idea, though I'm not sure it would work. She'd probably just float to safety, like a hot-air balloon, as empty as her head apparently is. Poor girl.

Well, I'm really going to bed this time. Sugarplum says hey! --Romeena

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28508: MDC,that song you were trying to think of,was it "Sweet Home Alabama"?Remember the line"I hope Neil Young will remember,a southern man don't need him around"I think I got the last word right.Debs,glad you stumbled onto the site,come by and visit sometime.I want to ask you all to keep a couple of people in your prayers,The first one is my oldest son.He is supposed to be going to basic training in the army in 2 weeks.and after that,he says if they need him to go to iraq he's ready to fight for this country.I'm proud of him,but,my mothers heart worries about him.He's taking his high school sweetheart to the prom next friday,he graduated 2 years ago,but,didn't go to his prom because she was too young to go,so she graduates this year and he's taking her to hers.and then the week after that he leaves for basic training.The other person I'd like you to keep in your prayers is a good friend.He's only 25 years old,and the doctor can't seem to get his blood pressure to stay down,it's extremely high.His doctor has him on xanex and Midrin for the bad headaches and it's not doing him any good.So,he's going to see a neurologist,to see if it could be something else causing the bad headaches and high blood pressure.Thanks porch friends,God Bless .Ky girl

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28509: spot,you got another 16 hour shift tonight?Ky Girl

April 26, 2005 - Msg 28510: ok,one more tv show theme from me tonight and I'm giving someone else a chance to post,I promise!Heres the first part of the theme song"Lady Godiva was a freedom rider,she didn't care if the whole world looked,Joan of arc with the lord to guide her,she was a sister who really cooked...ky girl

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28511: ky girl, right on the second one, but nope on the first. Like the A-Team, it's another show from the 80's.

I have no idea what your last theme is. Doesn't even ring a bell.
-Sterling Holobyte

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28512: yea ky girl another 16 tonight then an 8 tomorrow then off for 5 and a half days till next wed night...hey sterling,mdc,Ro,...you got me on that Lady Godiva one , remember the song but not show...hum..A team was good SH,SPOT

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28513: the answer to the last theme song was Maude.Remember that show with Bea Arthur?Heres an easy one"Boyd the weaklin played,songs that made the hit parade......[I think I got the first two words right]ky girl

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28514: oops sorry ,thats supposed to be "Boyd the weaklin miller played'still I don't know if I havethe first 4 words right but,thats what they sound like to me.-ky girl

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28515: Good Morning all! Last day of my semester! I think that i'll go and get some TCBY yogurt after my test this afternoon. Mmmmmmm love that yogurt!

Everyone seems so happy and peppy lately!

Thanks again for the additional Congrats posts. I feel sooooo good it isn't fair ;)

Oh and CT That's a song in our Baptist Hymnal at church. That was the chorus, the first verse says:

I'm in love with my Savior and He's in love with me. He is with me from day to day, What a friend is He. Watches over me while I sleep hears me when I pray. I am happy as I can be and I now can say..... Somebody loves me answers my prayers. I love Somebody I know He cares. Somebody tells me not to repine. That Somebody is Jesus and I know he's mine!

I couldn't resist putting the whole verse and chorus!

Dixie Belle
(trying a new color)

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28516: Hey folks. Long time, no post. Sorry. Just been busy and what not. Thanks for all the apb's though, and Charlotte, Hazel and Romeena for your kind e-mails of concern. Got lots of catching up to do on posts, but it would appear we are talking old shows and theme songs?
KY girl, I do believe that is All in the Family. I always thought it said "Boy the way Glenn Miller played, songs that made the hit parade".
Ant takers on this one.
Talk to you all later. Got to get to work.


April 27, 2005 - Msg 28517:
orning Porch! Asa, that would be Super Man! how about this one:

"_____ _____ , _____ _____. Brave courageous and bold. Long live his name and long live his glory, and long may his story be told. OOOoooo..."

~ Mrs. Wiley (had this theme song on a 78 LP...remember those?)

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28518: I mean "Morning" Porch. Oh, and I had to add the OOOooo's because that really makes it authentic.

Hey, anyone see the news report on CNN this am of the 2 guys who dug up a TON of antique money? That was really something! ~ Mrs. Wiley

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28519: great to see all those that have been gone awhile. DIXIE THE ANGELS AND THE PORCH ARE SO HAPPY FOR YOU. it's strange how we who arefortunite enough to live long enough to discover that all the answers in life is found in god's word and his loving heart. a big welcome deb. more later. i decree it dixie belle's heaven bound with the rest of us. i hear they have the most comfortable rockers and i declare it dixie belle got saved day. mayor pappa bear

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28520: mrs wiley- that was something on the money. i wonder what each of us would do with that kind of wind fall? asa- so glad ou were able to stop by we all missed you. songs we can't get out of our heads marathon- davy crockett------------- pappa bear

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28521: Asa - it is so good to see your sweet face. . .
enough of the mushy stuff. . .we really missed you!


April 27, 2005 - Msg 28522: Ohhh, hahahahah! No offense, ky girl, but your age is showing, honey! You're too young, I'm sure, to remember Glenn Miller, and so you heard something entirely different. I'll bet you didn't get the last line right either, and you would have been in good company. Neither did I or the whole rest of the country, until they made Archie and Edith e-nun-ci-ate very carefully, and we finally heard "Gee, our old LaSalle ran great. Those were the days." Even I was too young at that time to remember the LaSalle (a car).

Isn't it wonderful how our experiences and memory banks can shape what we think we hear? In the heyday of "Star Wars", how many kids were running around slashing at the air with plastic "Life Savers?" They'd never heard of a light saber, so it became the familiar "life saver." Then, of course, there's the religious bruin who inhabits one of our hymns - "Gladly, the Cross-Eyed Bear."
I know, I'm nutty, but words fascinate me, and I love to see the funny things that arise from a misunderstood phrase sometimes. My son once asked me to bring home some jinapears, because he wanted to taste one. Jinapear?? Finally, he sang it for me - "And a par-tree-ee jinapear tree." Yep, a partridge in a pear tree. Now here's one on me. I once asked my mom if everyone had a "chinnymore." Whatever it was, I figured it had to be valuable, because there was a popular song that warned "Don't get around my chinnymore." If you're older than 50, you might recognize that as "Don't get around much anymore." My mom laughed about that for years, and of course, told everyone. It used to embarrass me when I was a child, but it doesn't anymore. I think it's funny now.

Well, I'm off to the hospital to see if I can help Henry's wife with anything, maybe take her to lunch. Take care, good friends. Sugarplum says hey! --Romeena

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28523: Hey Y'all! Welcome back to the porch Asa! We sure missed you!
Hey MDC & Ky girl- the song that dissed Neil Young WAS "Sweet Home Alabama." The Southern Rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd wrote it in response to Neil's song called "Southern Man".He was rather critical of the Old South in it and Lynyrd Skynyrd retaliated with their song and the famous line" I hope Neil Young will remember.. a Southern Man don't need him around anyhow." And as Paul Harvey would say:"Now you know the rest of the story"- I'm a "Grit"- girl raised in the South,and I HAVE to know these things! Ha Ha
Dixie, that is wonderful news regarding your faith. Thank you for sharing it.
Romeena,I'm happy to hear that the parrot made it's way home and speaking of Farrah,I have been hearing TVLand advertising the SEASON FINALE of "Chasing Farrah"! Yay! Let's hope it doesn't go into reruns! What a waste of space!
Well,I've gotta scoot. Y'all have a wonderful day!
possum under a rock

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28524: Boy,Romeena,I never would have guessed that was the beginning of that song!I've heard of Glenn Miller,even knew what the Lasalle was,I've heard my dad talk about that.But,they sure didn't enunciate when they first sang it!Of course,thats like many kids I've heard ,mine included thinking that we were singing bringing in the sheeps at church instead of bringing in the sheaves!talk to ya'll later,ky girl

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28525:
There are days when I am glad I DON"T have TVLand, cuz of the Farrah thing! teehee
Wow, so many great shows you all have mentioned!
Mrs Wiley, WYATT Earp! That is my handle on the western site you hear some of us talk about!
RO- I get a kick out of those things too!
For years, as a kid from the west, I sang jingle bells as "bells are bout to ring!" Had no idea it was "bob tail"! I also thought that piece of furniture that held my undies and socks was a "Chester drawers"!
Yea pappa bear- Super decree! Dixie Belle Gets Saved Day! The angels are rejoicing!
KYGirl- and others- thanks, yes, it is Sweet Home Alabama (and this weekend TALLADEGAA!)
Prayers for your son for sure! As some of you know, I had a bro and nephew there. Both home now! Prayers for the other man too! and Henry!
OK, a few more:
"De plane, De plane..."
"Love, exciting and new,
come aboard, we're expecting you..."
"______ _______ is the place to be,
farm living is the life for me..."
What was that show with a whistled theme song
showing a man and his son walking by a lake???
Good day all,

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28526: Fantasy Island and Love Boat and Green Acres! That last one is over my head ;)

Romeena, when I was a child I asked my mom what Albuquerque tasted like. She couldn't figure out what I was talking about until I quoted a line from a Glen Campbell song...."By the time I make Albuqueque..." I figured he was cooking it!

Ky Girl, I will be praying for your son. I will also be praying for your friend with the blood pressure problem.

Deb, welcome to the porch! I hope you find your was back here again, only with a more deliberate path!

A friend of mine, who works at a local school as a lunch mother, had a student come up and ask for permission to go to the office. She granted it, but realized she didn't know the student's name. She glanced down at a notebook the girl was carrying and saw the name "Harriet Tubman". When the girl didn't return in a timely fashion she spent the rest of the lunch period asking everyone, "Where is Harriet Tubman!?" (True story, and her husband teaches history!)

Guess I better go now, so I will leave you with these immortal words...

"A horse is a horse of course of course, that is of course unless the horse is the famous ___ ___!

Have a great Mayberry Day all!
Mary Wiggins

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28527: Afternoon Porchsters. I only had time to go back a little ways on this page (got a lot of catching up)...that's great news Dixie. I'm laughing out loud at the mistaken song lyrics.. Great to see I'm not the only one who gets a kick out of that. Just last night I took my family to dinner. One of the songs that came on in the restaurant was "More than a woman" from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. My wife and I both started singing "Bald headed woman" and my kids thought those were the right lyrics. If you don't know that song...nevermind. MDC- Fantasy Island, Love Boat, Green Acres and the last one I'm not to sure on. You got me stumped. Mannix? Rockford Files? The White Shadow? I give up.

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28528: Oops, that should have been "not TOO sure on." Hey MW, didn't see ya there. Mr. Ed...always thought Mr. Ed was a much better orator than Francis the talking mule. BTW- the restaurant I referred to in the above post is now carrying our sauce. It was the special last night..grilled pork tenderloin made with Rev. Marvin's. They did a great job with it.

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28529: Well, I'm just full of typos. Reev.Jr. ha! In too big of a hurry. I guess you could say I'm a "man in a hurry" today.

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28530: Funny story about "Harriet Tubman", Mary Wiggins! :)

Rev.Jr., good to see you again!

It's been funny watching my daughter Kai lately. She just learned the other day that she can't fly. I don't know what prompted it, but she came up to me flapping her arms and said she was having a hard time flying and asked me why she couldn't fly like a bird. "Because you're not a bird!" I told her. She then thought that maybe if she just flapped her arms harder and jumped a little, she might be able to get off the ground. So here she is running around the house flapping her arms and jumping. She's a riot! :D

-Sterling Holobyte

Oh, and MDC, since no-one else has been able to get that last theme of yours, I think it is some little flash-in-the-pan show called "The Andy Griffith Show", even though the main character was named Andy Taylor, not Andy Griffith. Go figure. ;)

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28531:
Alright Sterling! Regarding Kai's antics, ole Barney would just say "She's a NUT!" haha
Here's a song lyric that I always thought was wierd, til I heard a discjockey explain it:
In the Rascals song Groovin' on a Sunday afternoon, it ends with the line,
"...life would be ecstacy, you and me and Leslie."
Well, I just thought he must mean a daughter,
(certainly not polygamy!) (:
but the lyric is actually
"...you and me ENDLESSLY!"
I never knew that all these years til a few months ago!
OK, so there we have a bit more info to put in your daily blog! haha
Mr Darlin's Cuz

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28532: what is everyone's favorite hymn? mine is; take my hand precious lord and lead me home. how about gomer pyle us marines theme song, the rebel, johnny yuma, twilight zone, star trek themes? howdy doody time, munsters, batman, love american style,. lone ranger. say romeena why not try out the western site that mdc, mayberry deputy, spot, are on? bring the plum along to help spot. sterling- how's our kai doing? spot- you and miss sherry sure working hard, is it vacation time yet? go rin tin tin. ky girl- prayers for all you mentioned. like the bible says- there is a time and a season for everything under the sun. it helps when your going thru a crisis for this to shall pass. mayberry deputy & mdc-- talledaga this week, spent many a hot day watching that one. i thought #16 national guard was going to take last weeks also, as long as a military car gets it. ha. mdc- you rounded up all those bees yet? charlotte tucker- this blackberry winter the old timers called it has lasted longer than our regular one did. please turn on the sunny 70's again. you ready? anyone i missed i say a big hello. call br-549. pappa bear

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28533: MDC- for the life of me, I thought the lyric was "you and me and let's stay (pause) Groovin'...." Learn something new everyday.

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28534: Howdy, papa bear...ya snuck up on me.

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28535: who knows this one"Diamonds,daisies,snow flakes,__________,the answer is also the name of the show.Thanks mary wiggins for the prayers.I haven't had a chance to look back at all the posts,but,I did see the one about Harriet Tubman,too cute!Ha Ha!Pappa bear it's hard for me to choose one hymn as my favorite,but,I'd have to say it's "I'll fly away".Catch you all in a little bit.Ky girl

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28536: "Hey, Hey, we're the M____________, people say we ________ around, but we're to busy singin'- to put anybody down."

"__________ don't get discouraged, cause the man he ain't so hard to understand. . ."

Those are my two theme songs for tonite.

As far as hymns, "I come to the garden alone while the dew is still on the roses, and the voice I hear, falling on my ear, the Son of God discloses, and He walks with me and He talks with me and He tells me I am His own, and joy we share as we tarry there, none other has ever known."


April 27, 2005 - Msg 28537:
A local radio station use to play a clip of a lady singing the CCR song "Bad Moon on the Rise." But, instead of singing "....There's a bad moon on the rise," she sang "....There's a bathroom on the right." That would do me in every time.


April 27, 2005 - Msg 28538: Hey yall....cant stay but a second...got the jet skis down st the house here from the barn serviceing them...where is goober when ya need him...SPOT

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28539: Hey Auh20, that also reminds me of the time Elvis, in one of his vegas shows, sang some different lyrics to "Are You Lonesome Tonight" and got the whole audience going! A DJ on our oldies station played it! He sang " do you stare at your bald head and wish you had hair.." and some guy passed up his toupee up to the stage.
Elvis cracks up, then the audience.Have you ever heard that one?
HOMEmaker, the first is the Monkees, loved that show! The original music videos! But you got me on the second!
Spot, get some sleep! haha
Prayers continue for all porchsters, families, troops, leaders, etc.
So many hymns to choose from. I like the old ones like The Church's One Foundation" and Holy Holy Holy etc.
Well, we could get out the jug and the bass fiddle and sing a few bars...

April 27, 2005 - Msg 28540:
MDC, No, I never heard that story. That is a hoot! My 8 daughter loves the King.


April 28, 2005 - Msg 28541: homemaker the answer to the second one is chico and the man.I kind of like his sons acting better than I did his,I mean freddie Prinz Jr,s acting compared to his father freddie[chico]prinze.Ya'll take care.Ky Girl

April 28, 2005 - Msg 28542: Morning porch. Now you got me thinking on changing lyrics. You ever do that when you were kids?
For example the slogan for Blue Bonnet margerine went "everythings better with blue bonnet on it" we kids changed to everythings better with blue vomit on it!