OT: Don't miss them

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by mrdad, Sep 30, 2006.

  1. mrdad

    mrdad New Member

    Just wanted everyone to know the exciting news!! David

    Oreck has two, count them, TWO brand new info-mercials

    on T.V. One for his new Vaccum the other for an updated

    Air Purifier!! I'm gonna' tape them on my VCR this very

    afternoon before they are gone for ever!!!

    A message for---"THOSE IN THE KNOW"

    Gatta GO NOW!!
  2. Cromwell

    Cromwell New Member

    Can you tape the juicer infomercial too, that one is just as good as Orecks.

    What about the guy who discusses bowels? That has to be the prize.

    Love Anne

    Hey go check your porch light-did you think what that movie was about catholic school?
  3. mrdad

    mrdad New Member

    I did see your question about the movie yesterday but

    it just doesn't ring "A Bell" wiff me??? I'll ask my

    Sister (the sweet disabled one) as she is an expert on

    old Movie Stars and loves the old movies! She may know.

    Try at least to speak with her twice a week and Sat. nite

    in the Middle of her old Lawrence Welk reruns! Wasn't

    once enough?? Surprized they "ain't doin'" Mitch Miller!

    I think he is still alive ( or at least he claims he is)

    at about 95. Yes, years!! Rocky gonna' be on in a minute

    to suggest that he went to school with Mitch and new

    Lawrence Welk from his boyhood in Minnisoda. (A sm. 7-up)?

    When I meet with "Guido", Anne, the first thing I will

    ask him is--"Ya got the time"?? See if that ROLEX appears

    OK? Big hug for Danny. Glad he didn't let "Guido" help

    him count the Bucks!

    "Dinner's at Eight, me thinks??


    [This Message was Edited on 09/30/2006]
  4. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    MrD's request, here is my Lawrence Welk story. Strictly speaking, it belongs to my Dad, another son of German ancestors.

    Lawrence was from North Dakota, not MN. My Dad grew up in a tiny village near the Iowa-Mn state line. One day, during the depression, he bought a man's suit.

    Price: $10. $1 down and $1 a week. The first thing my dad saw when he walked our of the store was an ad on a telephone pole. Lawrence Welk & band were coming to a nearbye town.

    He rushed back to the store and told the owner the deal was off. He had to use his money to go see Lawrence Welk.
    The owner said, "That's the first suit I've sold in three months. We'll just postpone a couple payments so you can go see Welk."

    And that's what they did.

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