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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by boneyguy, Feb 18, 2019.
What's green and carried a rifle?
Wait a second.Everyone knows the Big Valley crew would have whupped butt on the Bonanza boys..
Well duh! They had a bionic guy!
Can you spin c0ck that bad boy too? If you're gonna talk the talk you gotta walk the walk.
Perry Mason wasn't the ONLY defense lawyer in L.A.......DA Hamilton Burger probably won (not "one") all his other cases. Besides, he probably secretly welcomed Perry serving the cause of justice.
Not if The Virginian, Trampas and the Shiloh boys were involved. (The Virginian goes his own way; he's not with anybody.)
Well they had a "wheel" but someone used it for cover..
This is the internet, of course somebody has tallied the Cartwright killings.
What did you get Mr Tallyman?
Season 14 totals: Ben: 0, Adam: 0, Hoss: 0, Joe: 1. Total = 1.
Series totals: Ben: 35, Adam 28, Hoss: 36, Joe: 67. Group kills: Ben, Adam, Hoss, Joe: 1; Adam, Hoss, Joe: 1; Joe with another man: 2. Total = 166 + 4 group kills.
Yes, that's an important criteria that makes the slaughter palatable.....I hadn't thought of that.
The Cocaine&Rhinestone podcast episode about Ernest Tubb goes into considerable detail about the “He needed killing” Texas defense.
It is connected to the TV series Matlock.
Ben Matlock, like Sheriff Andy Taylor, never carried a gun.
Thems is impressive numbers!! And every single one of 'em was a 'good kill' I assume..... Many police officers have gone through an entire career without even having to unholster their sidearm....but those Cartwrights kept having some powerful bad luck when it came to encounterin' folks what needed killin'!!
Paul was the secret sauce in Perry's quiver.
Hmmm... well, lets just see about that:
Barbara Stanwyck was way tougher than Ben
Jarrod vs Adam--> Adam
Nick vs Hoss--> Hoss
joe vs Heath--> Heath
Audra vs hop sing---> I'm going Hop Sing
This gives the Cartwrights the win.
Your mixed metaphors are making me quiver!!! .....
What do you mean nope? I'm not talking about the date the rife was created or first used. It was an actual ww2 relic. Probably purchased at a op shop or for cheap in the local gun stores used bin or local front bar some time in the 60's. It was either a .308 ir possibly a 303 bolt action. I'm no expert and they look very similar to me. Not sure if it was a Winchester or a Enfield. This was over 40 years ago.
It's my opinion that Hamilton Burger won every case that went to the jury. The ones you see in the episodes got dismissed as soon as there was a confession.
"Where you goin', Pa?"
"Off to kill a man, son."
-Every episode of The Rifleman.
I liked Maverick. I don't think he ever shot anyone. There's a great episode with Clint Eastwood. I have it on a DVD somewhere.
Chuck Connors Update
Today baseball great and one of the first African Americans to integrate Major League Baseball, Don Newcombe, died at 92 years of age. As one of the first black men to play in an all-white league, he was constantly subjected to both physical and verbal abuse from players and fans.
According to the his obituary in the Washington Post, Like other players in baseball's "great experiment", Mr. Newcombe was suppose to show restraint. In a 1948 game in Syracuse, NY, when he was with the Montreal Royals, an opposing batter charged the mound. One of his teammates – future television star Chuck Connors stepped in to help Mr. Newcombe.
"He can't fight you", Connors reportedly told the opponent, "but I can."
Chuck Connors talked the talk and walked the walk both in person and on the screen.
and..... he was in Soylent Green too.