For those of us who grew up in the ’70s and ’80s, The Dukes of Hazard was a staple of Friday Night television, even if you weren’t a fanatic(and I wasn’t), but there was a certain charm to the Duke clan, who consisted of Uncle Jesse, cousins Bo, Luke and Daisy (and Coy and Vance, who were the “scab” cousins introduced after Tom Wopat and John Schneider left due to financial disagreements.) Even in their theme song, the family is referred to as “modern-day Robin Hoods. 607 more words
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Odd how the death of a stranger can catalyse thoughts and stir memories of life and living. Lewis Collins’ death on Friday had that effect on me and, judging by the commentary on the blogosphere and social media, many others. 635 more words
and NOT about pride.
(More to come on these ideas)
“Make sure your disagreements, arguments, and even your wars
are about truth and… 61 more words