Things I Learned On T V

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    Gary Ridenour Very Well-Known Member
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    I still watch those old 50's SIFI flicks they were hilarious
     
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    @Gary Ridenour. Yeah, now they are hilarious but very scary when I was younger. I have always been drawn to science fiction especially movies. The imagination and creativity that goes into producing these movies astounds me.
     
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    Old movies on TV, from the 30's and 40's, taught me the proper way for the driver of a car to exit the car, is to slide across the seat and exit on the passenger side.
    I also learned that when you go in or out of a room or a house, or sometimes even a car, you leave the door open. One of my sons learned that lesson well. He was staying in my apartment awhile after he got out of the army. I would come home from work in the morning to find him gone, but every cabinet door and drawer open. That irritated me something fierce.
    And all detectives are drunken slobs.
    The hero detective or cop is always in trouble with the chief.
    Still, the older movies are entertaining.:)
     
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    @Ike Willis
    Really made me laugh there - you forgot the coffee, always something wrong with the coffee :p
    Movies today are more irritating I'd say - they always walk 'quick' down corridors
    The cop falls for the murderess :p
    He usually has an alcohol problem
    The chief usually says - I'm taking you off this case, you're too close to it :D

    The worst thing about the older movies was the music running through
     
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