Boring Post- Don't Bother
It bugs me a little when people make mountains out of mole hills simply because they have an axe to grind and not when they are actually offended. I won't start listing examples. That would just take way too long. Besides I don't want to make a mountain out of... well, you get the idea.
I am beginning to think that Power Point was designed soley to make me look foolish and only me. NEWS FLASH: I don't need any help with that!
I love old TV shows. I love that my girls are fans of "I Love Lucy." I remember watching old episodes of "My Favorite Martian" and "Hogan's Heroes" and "Green Acres" and "Get Smart" and "The Munsters" when I stayed with my Grandma Edie when I was just a pup. But without question, my absolute favorite television show of all time is "The Andy Griffith Show." (Although to be honest, I don't watch the color episodes.) The personalities depicted were enjoyable and the humor was pure and entertaining. Andy (Sheriff Taylor) and Don Knotts (Barney Fife) were pros at improvising scenes. Themes were encouraging and funny all at the same time as this situation of a father raising his motherless son was presented in the backdrop of fictional but idealisric Mayberry, NC. I still get tears in my eyes and a lump in my throat every time I watch the Mr. McBeevey episode. I just bring it up today in light of the news of Don Knotts' death. He was a comedic genius (Three's Company notwithstanding) who in his role as Barney Fife showed it was possible to be funny without being crude. I miss that.
Two wrongs don't make a right. But three lefts will.