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Reviewer: timescribe Signed starstarstarstarstar [Report This]
Date: February 24 2014 7:41 PM Title: Chapter 20

Sounds also like an homage to Fred's experience in "The Man called Flintstone."

Anyway, I'm glad I got to this before the dates doth expire.

Author's Response: You're still into those Bat-couplets, I see. ;-D

Reviewer: Mr_G Signed [Report This]
Date: February 24 2014 9:48 AM Title: Chapter 20

And the race contiunes. Wonder who will win?

Author's Response: That, to coin a phrase, is in the hands of the Fates. ;-)

Reviewer: Carycomic Signed [Report This]
Date: February 23 2014 9:27 PM Title: Chapter 20

* "Tea-time Movie" was a skit that spoofed mid-afternoon television programs that showed vintage movies. Only for the TV commercials, advertising local businesses, to get more air time than the movies, themselves. Sort of a precursor to the modern "info-mercial." Anyway, one of the running gags featured Johnny (as "Art Fern") stating:

"How do you get to Non-existent Company, you ask? Well, you take the L.A. Freeway to the Santa Monica Freeway to the Slosson Cut-off. Get out of your car; cut off your slosson; get back in your car; then keep on driving till you come to..."

Here, the audience would join in as Johnny lifted up a folded-over piece of cardboard on the silly road map, and shouted...


Painted-on kitchen fork included.

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