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  • Rustyshakelford
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    I heard he is back on the air. Any truth to that rumour?

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  • TheUnboundOne
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    Rusty, Yep, those were some great ones. I finally remembered: Jay Santos was the name of "The Citizen's Auxillary Police" fellow and had the Dragnet theme as his official music.

    If I recall correctly, Bobbi Dooley was big on the homeowner's association in her community of Bouganvillia, and always responded to callers with a snooty: "Umm-Humm! Umm-Humm!"

    Probably the funniest Phil Hendrie show for me was when Bobbi was talking about crime in her area and she told ladies to always have a man with them, because: "If you're a woman without a man, you are a piece of meat waiting to get smoked."

    After that point, Phil Hendrie lost all composure for about 5 minutes and was fumbling with the phone, trying his darnedest to stop laughing and stay in character, but just couldn't control himself. I was busting a gut right along with him.

    :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

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  • Rustyshakelford
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    Originally posted by TheUnboundOne View Post
    Rusty,

    Those were some good old shows!


    Hendrie had Art Bell pinned down to a science too. It was hilarious to hear Art interview General Johnson Jameson and playing ABBA's "Dancing Queen" as his theme song. Art was always sponsored by Peenman Enterprises, who told its buyers after Y2K to take all of their disaster gear they bought from Peenman and just shove it up their ace..

    :D

    Then there was all those frivolous lawsuits from Steve Bozell. I was about to die laughing when Steve was suing the manufacturer of plumber's putty because he used it and got his wanger stuck in the knothole of a 2 X 4 while watching a Lucy Liu lookalike from inside a Port-O-Potty.

    :D :D

    Oh, I how could I forget the episode where Steve Bozell was suing his neighbor for laughing at him for preparing for Y2K. Steve said he had food, water, rifles, bullets, and two cases of KY Jelly...and he bought the latter in case he got butt-raped by The Road Warriors.

    :D :D :D

    Finally, there was that guy from "The Citizen's Auxillary Police" who always wanted to "take a look around! Just a little peek!" He could really rile up the callers!

    :D :D :D

    I'll try to think of some more. Phil Hendrie never had a single bad show that I can recall. He was and is a comic genius!
    Lets not forget that Mr. Bozell was suing because he watched an episode of Saving Private Ryan, and now has post tramautic stress disorder. He says the state of California denied his workmans comp claim for PTSD, because he was not in the military or in a war, but the bartender at the local VFW told him he had it.

    He is suing Del Taco, because he "mudded" his pants at a fireworks show, is suing Hanes because his underwear would not hold in the mess, and is suing his wife because he needed a hug and she would not provide it.

    Very classic stuff. I used to "borrow" the episodes off of KAZAA, but was getting too many viruses.

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  • TheUnboundOne
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    Rusty,

    Those were some good old shows!


    Hendrie had Art Bell pinned down to a science too. It was hilarious to hear Art interview General Johnson Jameson and playing ABBA's "Dancing Queen" as his theme song. Art was always sponsored by Peenman Enterprises, who told its buyers after Y2K to take all of their disaster gear they bought from Peenman and just shove it up their ace..

    :D

    Then there was all those frivolous lawsuits from Steve Bozell. I was about to die laughing when Steve was suing the manufacturer of plumber's putty because he used it and got his wanger stuck in the knothole of a 2 X 4 while watching a Lucy Liu lookalike from inside a Port-O-Potty.

    :D :D

    Oh, I how could I forget the episode where Steve Bozell was suing his neighbor for laughing at him for preparing for Y2K. Steve said he had food, water, rifles, bullets, and two cases of KY Jelly...and he bought the latter in case he got butt-raped by The Road Warriors.

    :D :D :D

    Finally, there was that guy from "The Citizen's Auxillary Police" who always wanted to "take a look around! Just a little peek!" He could really rile up the callers!

    :D :D :D

    I'll try to think of some more. Phil Hendrie never had a single bad show that I can recall. He was and is a comic genius!

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  • Rustyshakelford
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    Originally posted by TheUnboundOne View Post
    Rusty, This reminds me of the episode of "The Phil Hedrie Show" where a caller is talking to Hendrie's "guest" Pastor William Rennick. She's telling him that the Christian God is "three in one."

    Pastor Rennick then says: "Three in one??? Lady, you got some serious confessin' to do!!!"

    :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

    On a less jocular note, not even being a Muslim will save you from being murdered by other Muslims.

    A few years ago, Al-Zarqawi, the head of Al-Qaeda's franchise in Iraq, issued a fatwa stating that it was morally proper for Muslims to murder other Muslims in the course of waging Jihad.. His reasoning was that if the murdered Muslims were devout, they would go to Paradise, but if they were un-devout Apostates, they would go to Hell and deserved it anyway.

    Nice. Beats me where people get this guff.

    :( :mad:

    I am a fan of Phil. Especially the Margret Grey episodes where they were poking fun of Southern California Homeowners Associations. Some real classic skits.

    I also remember Dave Oliva who owned a 1972 baby blue El Camino with "Tell her she's lovely" and "Mambo #9" on the rear window.

    Of course, one of his best sponsors is Teds of Beverly Hills, with the all you can eat salad bar, and tin foil wrapped baked potato. Don't forget to wash it down with his patented drink...The Ted AKA a Rum and Coke.

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  • Mick
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    Originally posted by Rustyshakelford View Post
    Don't forget, September 29th is the last day of Ramadan. In the past this has been a traditional time for those of the Muslim persuasion to hit us infidels. I wonder if me being 1/4 Jewish, 3/4 German, and a protestant Christian means I offend Allah 3 times or just once? Oh well, gotta run, my pork chop sandwich and beer are waiting.
    The first time I went to Saudi, I lived on base and we brought the big satellite dish for the T.V.

    You can get any kind of food on base that you would have in the States, and my old man never locked up his booze.

    You haven't seen a happy Arab until you've seen him on a U.S. Army base, watching porno on a big-screen T.V., with a beer in each hand and a mouth full of ham sandwich.

    They're not so different from us when the religious police aren't watching. They just don't pay much in taxes, and they know how to treat their women.

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  • TheUnboundOne
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    Rusty, This reminds me of the episode of "The Phil Hedrie Show" where a caller is talking to Hendrie's "guest" Pastor William Rennick. She's telling him that the Christian God is "three in one."

    Pastor Rennick then says: "Three in one??? Lady, you got some serious confessin' to do!!!"

    :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D

    On a less jocular note, not even being a Muslim will save you from being murdered by other Muslims.

    A few years ago, Al-Zarqawi, the head of Al-Qaeda's franchise in Iraq, issued a fatwa stating that it was morally proper for Muslims to murder other Muslims in the course of waging Jihad.. His reasoning was that if the murdered Muslims were devout, they would go to Paradise, but if they were un-devout Apostates, they would go to Hell and deserved it anyway.

    Nice. Beats me where people get this guff.

    :( :mad:

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  • Rustyshakelford
    started a topic Just a little FYI

    Just a little FYI

    Don't forget, September 29th is the last day of Ramadan. In the past this has been a traditional time for those of the Muslim persuasion to hit us infidels. I wonder if me being 1/4 Jewish, 3/4 German, and a protestant Christian means I offend Allah 3 times or just once? Oh well, gotta run, my pork chop sandwich and beer are waiting.
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