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#553996 - 07/31/09 05:17 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Alexander Ness]
Joe Lee Offline
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Love Bonanza. And Maverick too. I just switched my dish company and found a channel that runs a Lone Ranger and 2 Rifleman episodes every afternoon.

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#553998 - 07/31/09 05:21 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Joe Lee]
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I recently bought the third season of Gunsmoke, which won the show an Emmy that year... 1959, I think. Good show. Has a good edge to it. Very mature compared to other Westerns of its time.
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#553999 - 07/31/09 05:38 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Carlton Donaghe]
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Oh yeah. Gunsmoke was another good one.

It was very mature compared to other Westerns of its time. Ever hear the radio show? It was designed to contrast the kiddie westerns. They wanted to create an adult western show in the mold of "The Adventures of Philip Marlowe"


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#554000 - 07/31/09 05:44 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Joe Lee]
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Drift west, young thread, drift west.

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#554001 - 07/31/09 06:02 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Tony Isabella]
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I just remembered another good one, Kung Fu.

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#554005 - 07/31/09 11:00 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Joe Lee]
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John Byrne: Did you ever watch Gunsmoke, and would you like to do a Western comic aimed at and marketed to the same audience that buys Western novels and paperbacks?
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#554006 - 07/31/09 11:05 PM Re: Q for JB [Re: Carlton Donaghe]
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Unfortunately, I never got to watch Kung Fu because we didn't get ABC out in the boonies where I grew up. In fact, there was a whole era of ABC I missed out on because of this, including a great deal of the Wonder Woman series. It wasn't until the time of Happy Days that we got the station regularly.

My family was always big on Little House on the Prairie. It was pretty good until the last few seasons.

Johnny Cash was even on it once.
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#554013 - 08/01/09 01:26 AM Re: Q for JB [Re: Carlton Donaghe]
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JB: Do you wipe standing up or do you lean to one side?

Do you wash your hands after? (Be Honest!)
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#554014 - 08/01/09 01:28 AM Re: Q for JB [Re: Budman]
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What do you eat? Do you cook it yourself or microwave mostly?
Do you eat breakfast before you start you're day at the drawing board?
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#554015 - 08/01/09 01:31 AM Re: Q for JB [Re: Budman]
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John: Do you pick your nose at the drawing board? If so, what do you do with the pickin's? (i.e. roll, flick, smear under the table, etc)
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