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What a revolting development this is.

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What a revolting development this is.

Unread postby tex » Fri Apr 10, 2020 4:02 pm

Seems when I was a very young lad, I recall my parents watching the TV show called “The Life of Riley”, staring William Bendix and Marjorie Reynolds. The show always featured the latest mess created by Riley, ultimately resulting in a critical moment of inescapable consequences and prompting the famous line in the title above.

When I take a look at the circumstances facing all of us right now, I can’t think of a better line then old Riley’s. I hope you’re all doing well and finding it snug and safe aboard or otherwise, but protect yourselves folks.
When life is hard, eat marshmallows!

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Re: What a revolting development this is.

Unread postby CaptForce » Sat Apr 11, 2020 5:56 am

Some childhood memories never leave us. The "Life of Riley" is one I remember, but not well. What haunts me is recalling the voice on my parent's radio outside my dark bedroom. First there was the long creaking of an opening door and then the low slow voiced, "Welcome to Inner Sanctum."
Take care and joy, Aythya crew

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