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2021-12-11 6:50:53 PM  
On tap for Paul's Memory Bank tonight

Our Miss Brooks - Rare Black Orchid - 5/21/1950 - In our latest installment of "Walter Denton seems to be a real asshat", he thinks he's found uranium and wants to borrow the school Geiger counter.  In the meantime, he took a black orchid from Mr. Conklin's garden that Osgood had been trying to get to bloom for 7 years to finally give to his wife for her birthday.

My Favorite Husband - George is Drafted - 1/27/1951 - Liz opens a letter addressed to George from the War Department and thinks he's getting drafted.  When George tells his boss that Liz was crying that night they come to the conclusion that Liz is pregnant. This show was a basis for the 1st season I Love Lucy episode "Drafted"

Superman - Looking for Kryptonite - Parts 10 to 14 of 25 (12/17 - 12/21/1945) - While helping Superman search the whereabouts of the last two pieces of Kryptonite, Batman and Robin were captured by the Crescent Moon and Star gang. They are now trapped in 'Room Zero' where the ceiling is slowly descending upon them.
 
2021-12-11 6:54:58 PM  
Walter Denton may be a real asshat, but Osgood Conklin is the resident asshole.
 
2021-12-11 7:14:31 PM  
'Standing' by...
 
2021-12-11 8:00:33 PM  
Good evening!
 
2021-12-11 8:01:49 PM  
National Pickle Week?
 
2021-12-11 8:13:01 PM  

pdieten: National Pickle Week?


Or International Pickle Week
 
2021-12-11 8:28:16 PM  

wooden_badger: pdieten: National Pickle Week?

Or International Pickle Week


It is pleasant to see the pickle people aren't parochial.
 
2021-12-11 8:30:42 PM  
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2021-12-11 8:33:05 PM  
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2021-12-11 8:45:15 PM  
Hm. My wife's father was drafted to serve in Korea. Tried to appeal but the draft board wasn't having it and they sent him off to handle howitzer ammo for a year.

Never had anything to do with veterans afterwards, except for my mother-in-law taking advantage of it to inter him in the military cemetery.
 
2021-12-11 9:05:13 PM  
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2021-12-11 9:26:23 PM  
So what part of him is able to detect a shortwave beam?  I mean all the radio waves in the air should have blinded him.
 
2021-12-11 9:45:23 PM  
KILL CLOUSEAU
KILL HIM
KILL HIM
KILL CLOUSEAU
 
2021-12-11 10:00:23 PM  
Thanks!
 
2021-12-11 10:00:30 PM  
Now *that* was a plot twist! Lois, what have you done?


Thanks for the shows!
 
2021-12-11 10:00:31 PM  
Thanks for the wonderful shows!
 
2021-12-11 10:00:43 PM  
That's it for tonight, thanks for listening!  See you all next week!
 
2021-12-11 10:18:03 PM  

pdieten: Hm. My wife's father was drafted to serve in Korea. Tried to appeal but the draft board wasn't having it and they sent him off to handle howitzer ammo for a year.

Never had anything to do with veterans afterwards, except for my mother-in-law taking advantage of it to inter him in the military cemetery.


My late father was drafted when the Korean War was ending. He served in Germany from 1953 to 1955.
 
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