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HossC last won the day on October 3

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  1. STUMP Roundtree (Seeing as Skipper just mentioned him in another thread)
  2. To keep from going to jail, I could be QUINTUPLETS at the same time. (When Rosco asks how Boss can be himself and his twin in 'Baa, Baa White Sheep')
  3. I just heard this sad news on the radio before I left work. They have a spot each week where they talk to a pair of American correspondents with differing political views, but both were united in their tributes to Loretta Lynn. RIP to the Coal Miner's Daughter.
  4. Cindy MAE MOFFAT, man's best friend (Answer to question, "What needs a lot of loving, but gives nothing but pure pleasure in return?")
  5. Given that the premise of this thread was about playing Daisy in the 2005 movie, I'd have to say no as Kate was 13 years old when the movie came out. No one could ever replace Cathy. She managed to play Daisy as sexy, demure and smart - a tough act to pull off. Anyone else playing Daisy would need all of these qualities. I also think that the part should have gone to a relatively unknown actor, but the studio would never have gone for that in a blockbuster movie.
  6. Wikipedia gives a range of 255 to 325, the higher figure being attributed to Ben Jones. At the end of the day, no one knows. It's probably safe to say that the total number is around 300, or roughly two cars per episode.
  7. 'The Andy Griffith Show' ran for 249 episodes/8 seasons from 1960 to 1968. From what I've read, Andy decided to leave the show to pursue a movie career and other projects. 'Mayberry R.F.D.' was a spin-off/continuation of 'The Andy Griffith Show' that still had many of the same characters. It ran for 78 episodes/3 seasons from 1968 to 1971 - Andy Griffith appeared in 6 episodes. 'Mayberry R.F.D.' was cancelled as part of CBS' "rural purge" where they wanted to make more politically correct shows targeted at a younger, more urban audience. Other victims of the purge were 'The Beverly Hillbillies', 'Petticoat Junction' and 'Green Acres'. A network cancelling a popular rural-based TV show, now that sounds familiar...
  8. "AlakaZam, alakaZoo, alakaZeer..." (Rosco tries to make Boss reappear in 'Opening Night at the Boar's Nest')
  9. Lois Hamilton had degrees in Psychology and Fine Arts from the US and Italy. She was a talented sculptor, and was also an accomplished aerobatic pilot flying her 1936 German biplane. Sadly, it looks like things got too much for Lois. In May 1999 she was injured in a head-on car collision while under the influence of cocaine and diet pills, and in December 1999 she committed suicide in a Brazilian hotel. She was 56.
  10. The car, complete with 3D printed pieces, looks really good. For some reason the sound was about six seconds out of sync when I watched it, but it seems OK now that I've refreshed the page, so it was probably an issue at my end. Just one little criticism - the side markers on the front fenders are further forward and higher on a '69 Charger. BTW. I used to work in the sign industry many years ago, before the modern re-positionable vinyls were available. We used to make our own application spray with a dilution of a detergent called Brij. I don't know how easy it is to get hold of.
  11. 28.44kb is a very small file size for an image. The image would either be small in size, low in quality or both. This limit must've been set by MeadowMufn. If the images are uploaded directly to HNet, then HNet hosts the images and will have to pay the additional overheads (increased bandwidth) every time those images are viewed. I'm guessing that that's the reason why the image size is so low. If you use a site like Flickr, they host your images, i.e. they provide an online storage location for them and the overheads are carried by that site (at no cost to you or HNet). All you have to do is insert a link into your post on HNet that references your image.
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