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pixipixil
Jun 17, 2019
Does any one remember the Art Linkletter Show? He used to have a quiz where he showed something in silhouette and the contestnt had to guess what it was. Doing this puzzle remided me of that. When the puzzle is in pieces sometimes it's hard to decide what those pieces add up to.
Hoping all things you need to know add up today.
elijah13
Jun 17, 2019
I remember the Art Linkletter Show. Loved it. Not an easy puzzle to do.
darambo
Jun 17, 2019
Pixi I remember that show! Didn't think anyone else did. Do you remember " Queen For a Day "? For some reason when I answered your question that popped into my head. You have a wonderful day and as always be safe.
nborchardt
Jun 17, 2019
I remember both those shows! I especially liked the segment on Art Linkletter's show, "Kids Say the Darndest Things"! That was hysterical. Good memories. I remember wishing my mom could be the "Queen for a Day" on the show.
darambo
Jun 17, 2019
Nborchardt that was the best part of of the Linkletter show, it was hysterical to me even though I was just a kid myself. One thing that stands out is Art Linkletter was one of the first celebrities to make anti drug statements, then his daughter under the influence of LSD jumped out of a window and fell to her death. Guess he knew what he was talking about, thought that was so sad. Seemed to be the beginning of the downward spiral of drugs. Be safe all.
elijah13
Jun 17, 2019
Remember "Kids Say the Darndest Things" and "Queen for a Day". Wish we could get some of these shows back instead of what are on some networks now.
pixipixil
Jun 17, 2019
Ah yes...I remember them well.
trynfindit
Jun 17, 2019
I remember both of those shows and I loved "Kids say the darndest things." I also remember "The Millionare" where the character John Bearsford Tipton gave away money. And "The FBI"..."Just the facts ma'am."
aussiesapphire
Jun 17, 2019
That's because those shows were for entertainment, the reality shows of today are there to shock more than anything else. Hugs to all.
pixipixil
Jun 17, 2019
Hugs to you too, Aussie. We don't watch those shows. They are sooo phony. And apparently dangerous to the contestants.
darambo
Jun 17, 2019
I don't watch reality shows think they are a waste of time. Unfortunately I guess most people do enjoy and watch them and that's why they are on. If I could only watch reality shows, I would be reading instead of wasting my time. Be safe all.
pixipixil
Jun 17, 2019
I remember Queen for a Day. Isn't that the one where someone has had a rough time and they parade their sad life story out then give them prizes and money to help them out? My mother always made me turn it off. She didn't believe the stories were genuine I think.
darambo
Jun 18, 2019
Trynfindit I remember The Millionaire it was a really good show. I always wished someone like that would knock on our door. You be safe
pixipixil
Jun 18, 2019
I remember the Millionaire. That was a good show. You'd need to give away more than a million to make a significant difference in a person's life today.
Someone mentioned the FBI. Is that Sergeant Friday (Jack Web)?
I used to like The Naked City. There are seven million stories in the naked city...(I forget the rest of the lead in.)
pixipixil
Jun 18, 2019
Found it. I guess it was the tag line ending the show:
There are eight million stories in the naked city and this has been one of them.
elijah13
Jun 18, 2019
The only channel I really like to watch is HGTV. Also sometimes turn to others, but really just watch news. Trump is in Orlando today so many roads are closed. The convention center can take 20, 000 people and 100, 000 signed up. Plus the have the "anti-trumpers" here also. so should be interesting! Will watch news tonight.
darambo
Jun 19, 2019
Pixi, Sgt. Friday (Jack Webb ) was on Dragnet. Really enjoyed The Naked City, in fact I have the series on cd. Elijah I try not to watch the news because of politics. Don't agree with any of them they all need grow up and stop the name calling and do what's right for this country(USA) Be safe and take care.
trynfindit
Jun 20, 2019
DRAGNET, that's it!
trynfindit
Jun 20, 2019
Do any of y'all remember a children's program called "Tom Terrific and his faithful dog Mighty Manfred"?
elijah13
Jun 20, 2019
Don't remember that. However, we didn't have any TV to watch. The first thing was the Queen's inauguration in 1952 I think..My grandparents live upstairs in our house and they had a TV. We didn't. Nobody where I babysat had a TV either. We did a lot of reading after the kids were put to bed.
trynfindit
Jun 20, 2019
"Tom Terrific" would've been around 1955ish. You could send off for a clear vinyl-type sheet that you could adhere to the tv screen (because of the static electricity) and do things on the Tom Terrific program like connect the dots, etc.
pixipixil
Jun 20, 2019
My brother used to watch that, trynfindit. I think he even had the theme song on record:
I'm Tom Terrific the greatest hero ever.
Terrific is the name for me because I'm so clever.
I can be what I want to be and if you'd like to see
Come and follow me:
I can be a plane on high; a diesel train that's roaring by; a bumblebee or a tree--that's me!
I got pretty tired of hearing that record. Can you tell?
Another kid show he watched was Rocky the Flying Squirrel and Bullwinkle.
My childhood went back further to The Magic Cottage; Paul Tripp's Mr. I Imagination; and the many serials on channel 5--Tim Tyler; Bulldog Drummond and my favorite Flash Gordon.
JAMP124
Jun 20, 2019
I've been enjoying the Hallmark stories.
pixipixil
Jun 20, 2019
Thanks Darambo. I knew that but forgot.
I agree completely about the politicians. I think limiting the number of terms for senators and reps might help. Also a law against pork barrel additions to bills. I thought there was one but apparently not. Why any bill proposal should go on for a thousand pages I cannot understand. I'm sick of the crusade against Trump. If Congress stops playing the vendetta game and starts cooperating with our Presidents we might once more have a viable government. This is a "let's stop the other guy from succeeding" system at present.
trynfindit
Jun 21, 2019
Pixi, there have been bills introduced to eliminate pork barrel projects but, since 99.99% of them do it, it's never passed. The Congress persons would have to be the ones to limit their terms so you know how that always turns out.
elijah13
Jun 21, 2019
I so agree with everything. Seems Trump can NEVER do anything right. He has put some very good things in place for us. Nobody ever agrees with everything. We are at least going in the right direction! God bless.
pixipixil
Jun 23, 2019
Thanks, Elijah. God bless you too.
pixipixil
Jun 23, 2019
Trynfindit it's foxes guarding the henhouse time again.
KwkClkrSwkr69
Jun 19, 2019
MUCH easier to solve than I thought it would be.
retirenow14
Jun 18, 2019
This puzzle reminds me how attractive men wearing toolbelts were to me in my younger days. Especially after I purchased a house. It is surprising how many men are pathetically unable or unwilling to learn the fundamentals of routine home repair.
nborchardt
Jun 17, 2019
I thought this was a great puzzle for Fathers' Day. Happy Fathers' Day to anyone who has stood up and taken up the responsibilities of being a dad! Blessings to all!
CherieNYC
Jun 17, 2019
Well said, "...stood up & taken up the responsibilities of being a dad." So many don't.
darambo
Jun 17, 2019
Nborchardt I truly loved the way you said that and it is so very true, so many responsibilities, takes a special man to be a Dad. Be safe
nborchardt
Jun 17, 2019
You, too, darambo!
aussiesapphire
Jun 17, 2019
No puzzles tonight?????
elijah13
Jun 17, 2019
Not too easy to do but not the hardest one I have done.

"The true art of memory is the art of attention." Samuel Johnson

What would I like to be? a "sybarite" --the definition is "a person devoted to luxury". However that I am not!
nborchardt
Jun 17, 2019
Great quote from Samuel Johnson, Elijah! And I have heard the word "sybarite", but never knew exactly what it meant. Thank you for teaching me a new word today! Blessings!
aussiesapphire
Jun 17, 2019
I am just pleased these days to have a warm bed to sleep in and pray for the homeless in our society who are doing it hard out in the open on these cold nights, Hugs.
darambo
Jun 17, 2019
HAPPY FATHERS DAY!! to all those fathers out there. Sure still miss my Dad, but I know he will always be in my heart. Be safe all.
aussiesapphire
Jun 17, 2019
Not sure why, but we celebrate Father's Day in September, yet Mother's Day is the same as yours. Hugs.
micki
Jun 17, 2019
Nice close-up of a tool bench. Way too neat..not like my partner's.
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