Retro Television

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  1. Patsy Faye

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    Ha ha :p
     
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    Back to the Perry Mason series, a funny thing occurred.
    During a court scene, a security guard was asked what he did. He said he simply patrolled the parking lot around a (high class) apartment building and if it looked like rain he would roll up the windows on the cars that were parked.
    There was a problem having to do with a parked Thunderbird though. The driver didn’t leave the keys in the car and the car had those new electric windows so he couldn’t roll them up.

    Now, when was the last time anyone here left their car keys in the car and / or left the windows down [on purpose] after retiring for the evening? And, other than a few pickups, who doesn’t have a vehicle with electric windows?

    What a difference 30 or 40 years makes.
     
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    My Tracker doesn't have electric windows, and I always leave my keys in the car.
     
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    Revision 1.1: And other than @Ken Anderson whose tracker doesn’t have electric windows and he always leaves his key in the car, who else in a “normal” neighborhood leaves his or her keys in the car?
     
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    We watched an episode of Bob Newhart Show last night, we keep episodes of shows that we like and want to see again.
    For us, it was the best episode titled 'Dick the Kid' - he wants to be a cowboy, so leaves his wife behind to set off
    on his adventure. From start to finish it was one laugh after another. 'He' was fantastic along with everyone else and
    the writing was great. If you get the chance (on You Tube) to watch this one, try it :)

    @Craig Swanson
     
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