RIP: Harmon Killebrew

“Those 573 lifetime pre-steroid home runs are looking pretty good right now,” says Admin.

“Think there’ll still be baseball fifty years from now?” says Spence.


“A hundred?”


“A thousand?”

“There will always be baseball,” Admin says.

Which I’m glad to hear. Just gnaw at a baseball some time and see what I mean. Try it today!

Spence says there’s a new excerpt from The Dog Who Knew Too Much – he calls it the tent scene, and I remember it well, although it was a bit confusing at the time – over here: the excerpt

Meaning you click on that thing at it takes you there.

“Will there be Internet a thousand years from now?” says Spence.

“Nope,” says Admin. “There’ll be nothing but baseball and Slim Jims.”

Hey! Can’t wait!


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162 Responses to “RIP: Harmon Killebrew”

  1. dawson
    8:42 am on May 18th, 2011

    Harmon Killebrew: A man to look up to. A hero from my youth. A solid citizen. An awesome inspiration. A homerun hitter.

  2. Rose
    8:48 am on May 18th, 2011

    Greetings to All!

    I, too, remember Harmon Killebrew from my youth, when there were no DHs, no steriods, and when players played for the love of the game, and not just for the money. I was very sad to hear about his passing.

  3. BearSpiritDog
    9:13 am on May 18th, 2011

    Hello Dawson & Rose! I was reading about him yesterday. He was an amazing player and person. One of the last of that by-gone era.
    Dawson: That fire with 100 mi hr. winds is unbelievable. I had no idea!
    Back in few -after breakfast!

  4. B.Stover
    9:15 am on May 18th, 2011


    Good morning all.

  5. Melanie
    9:31 am on May 18th, 2011

    Good Morning All, and don’t tell my guys that I agree with B.Stover

    I know I’ll be hearing this from my guys. . .

    Dawson: I told Dan about the fire storm. He worked forest fires when young, and he’s REALLY glad that he never saw that!

    Rain . . ./Users/zmontag/Desktop/bobs/angry0.gif

  6. Melanie
    9:33 am on May 18th, 2011

    Well, that didn’t work. I saved ALL THOSE BOBS that people put up so I could use them. Perhaps I should have done it as a file?

    Trying again . . .

  7. Riö - The Evil Pug
    9:41 am on May 18th, 2011

    Baseball!….There will always be baseball…sniff!… That’s why I get up every morning. Well, partly. The other part is because I have TO GO OUT NOW!!…NOW!NOW! NOW!….yeep!yeep!yeep!

  8. Barb & Maggie
    9:44 am on May 18th, 2011

    We’re with Bee and Melanie on this one. We are sure Killebrew was to be admired, but we know nothing about him.

    Has anyone heard from Macy yet?

    Gloomy day here, but finally getting warmer. Will put some peppers in this morning before heading to town for errands and then work this afternoon.

    No baby goats. Tomorrow Barb has to work a full day, so that is probably when she will finally do it.

    Starting 5/30, Barb goes to her summer schedule, which is 3 half days per week, except when the summer girl is gone. She is working 3 half days because the h.s. girl couldn’t fit it into her schedule to work an entire day. Evidently, that would interfer with her social life.

  9. B.Stover
    9:46 am on May 18th, 2011

    Rebecca: I fell in love with Charlie’s floppy ears and beautiful eyes. And Twig is in the calendar also and she’s alpha! Yes!! What a great combination: Orion and Twig. Go Charlie and Fritz!

    Melanie: You’re making me laugh.

  10. B.Stover
    9:49 am on May 18th, 2011

    B&M: Macy’s mom was on FB yesterday but has not responded to my message.

  11. Wookie of Chevy Chase
    10:23 am on May 18th, 2011

    Ah, baseball in the 1960s was terrific – players like Harmon Killebrew, Rocky Colavito, Sandy Koufax, Al Kaline, Roberto Clemente, Ernie Banks, Jim Palmer, Willie Mays, the New York Mets in 1969, Mantle and Maris — it just doesn’t get any better than that (at least so my dad says). He remembers those years fondly, when baseball really was king. RIP, Harmon, you were one of the greatest.
    As for 1000 years from now, baseball and slim jims –throw in hanger steak and it sounds pretty good to me. Wookie

  12. dawson
    10:24 am on May 18th, 2011

    I can’t wait to get home to see the calendar and the surprise.
    A beautiful day for a ride on a fat tired one speed big seated bike. Off I go.

  13. Riö - The Evil Pug
    10:24 am on May 18th, 2011

    Baseball!…I can’t understand people who do not like baseball….snort!… What’s not to like? The strategy? The athleticism? The endurance? The pitching? The hitting? The beautiful ball parks? The amazing food? The fun of rooting for your team? …grunt!….I just don’t get it. I think those poor people are missing out on alot…sniff!

  14. Melanie
    10:26 am on May 18th, 2011

    Baseball fans. The angry Bob was not for baseball . . . it was for rain. Today, Tomorrow, The Day After Tomorrow and The Day After The Day After Tomorrow!

    I looked at the eagles but they are asleep right now.

    It’s gray out. The Pack is snoring. They are making me sleeping.


  15. Rose
    10:28 am on May 18th, 2011

    Baseball…My favorite sport!

  16. Melanie
    10:33 am on May 18th, 2011

    The Eagles teenagers were playing tug of war!

    Off to give Lyme shots to The Pack.

  17. Riö - The Evil Pug
    10:33 am on May 18th, 2011

    Irony!… heh!snort!heh!… I just got an email from my ole pal Balloon Butt…sniff!… Do you guys want to see some ironic photos he sent me?….snort!…Here is one.

  18. Riö - The Evil Pug
    10:36 am on May 18th, 2011

    Tug-of-War!….I shudder to think what those eaglets are tugging on…..gah! urp!

  19. Riö - The Evil Pug
    10:42 am on May 18th, 2011
  20. Riö - The Evil Pug
    10:43 am on May 18th, 2011
  21. Melanie
    10:56 am on May 18th, 2011


    Zoë and I are going to read Area 51: An Uncensored History of America’s Top Secret Military Base by Annie Jacobsen.

    She does not believe there were aliens there, but some really weird stuff going on.
    People are on a “need to know” basis and supposedly someone there thinks that our Presidents are NOT on a “need to know”.

    Could be a hoax . . . should be interesting reading though!

    Now I really have to do the shots.

  22. B.Stover
    11:03 am on May 18th, 2011

    Baseball: Men in uniform, incomprehensible rules, hours on end when nothing happens except scratching, spitting and adjusting….

  23. OleyHowlers
    11:07 am on May 18th, 2011

    Rio, love those signs!

    Rocky Colavito was a sort-of neighbor of my mom’s, and her friend married his daughter !!
    Roberto Clemente was her fav baseball player tho.
    We don’t understand how that could be, since he didn’t play for the Phils.

    Melanie, we think there are a lot of things our presidents are considered not on a need to know. Thats a problem with term limits for pres, but not for congress or C.I.A, F.B.I., etc. Makes those people much more powerful than the POTUS.

  24. Barb & Maggie
    11:17 am on May 18th, 2011

    Good ones, Rio.

    Sports – If Barb was actually attending a game she would enjoy it, but sports in general don’t trip her trigger. To watch it on t.v., almost never. Different strokes!

  25. Riö - The Evil Pug
    11:20 am on May 18th, 2011

    Irony!….Here are a couple more….snort!

  26. Barb & Maggie
    11:22 am on May 18th, 2011

    We have actually heard of most of the guys Wookie mentioned. Those names are more familiar than the players of today. Why is that? Maybe because Barb is old?

    Did we make Macy’s mom mad or upset for some reason?

  27. Riö - The Evil Pug
    11:30 am on May 18th, 2011

    Missing!….If she doesn’t want to be here, she doesn’t want to be here…sniff!…It’s her choice. Don’t nag her about it. We know she is okay cuz she’s been sighted on Facebookie….grunt!

  28. Melanie
    11:54 am on May 18th, 2011

    Well, The Pack lined up for their shots and treats. They are so funny.

    Jesse and I were talking about baseball. He listens to it on the radio which reminded me that when I was muchyounger that is how I followed my favorite teams. We both agreed that the announcers on the radio were fantastic because they give color and preparation and anticipation and . . .

    “It a long high drive . . . . . . AND IT’S OUTA HERE!”

  29. OleyHowlers
    12:09 pm on May 18th, 2011

    We agree with Melanie about the announcers on the radio. We used to absolutely love when Richie Ashburn and Harry Kallas did the Phillies game. Much better than watching on t.v. and almost as good as being at the ballpark.

  30. Barb & Maggie
    12:10 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Speaking of radio, we hardly ever listen to it. However, when Barb got the new car a few months ago, it came with Sirus Sat. radio. Salesman thought it was just for a month or so, but we are still getting it. We found a station that plays these really old shows. We’re talking about the 40s and 50s. Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, and a few old series, like The Great Gildersleeves, Gunsmoke (before James Arness), the Bickersons, Fibber Magee and The Shadow Knows. They are really fun to listen to.

  31. Rose
    12:16 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Rio: I’m busting a gut laughing over those pictures!

    B&M: That station sounds pretty cool. The Prof is a big fan of old radio shows. (I kinda like The Shadow myself). Does the station play the Orson Welles version of The Shadow?

  32. Barb & Maggie
    12:22 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Rose, I am not sure which version. Can only listen to it in the car, so only heard one of the Shadow shows.I think it 082 on Sirus Satelite.

  33. Riö - The Evil Pug
    12:25 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Radio!… Me and my friend love listening to shows on the radio….snort!…Trouble is we can’t find them very often and the reception in her mother’s house makes it almost impossible anyways…grunt!

  34. Wookie of Chevy Chase
    12:43 pm on May 18th, 2011

    B&M– The same thing happened to us. When we got our new Volvo a while back, it came with a subscription to Sirius, and mom fell in love with the Radio Classics channel and still listens to it whenever she can. She also will listen from time to time to the Martha Stewart channel. Dad — his “go to” channel is definitely Margaritaville (Jimmy Buffett). And then, as we all know, Sundays mornings there is Elvis Gospel.
    My dad also remembers staying up late at night as a young boy, slowing twisting the dial on the radio to pick up the superstation channels that were several hundred miles away from Albuquerque. It was quite a treat, especially the channels he could pick up from the mid-West, as far away as Missouri, Illinois and maybe even Ohio. Probably not even possible today with everything being digital. Wookie

  35. BearSpiritDog
    12:48 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Rio: Big Smiles Here!

    Barb&Maggie: Nana here – OMG! I remember from when I was little girl listening to the radio at night. Yes, The Great Gildersleeves, Fibber Magee (& Molly?) and The Shadow Knows (WAHAHA!) Also, another one that was REALLY scary – something about a creaking door – can’t recall the name.

    Melanie: The pack actually lined up for their shots? Must have been those treats that made them so cooperative! Area 51: esterday we listened to an interview with the author, Annie Jacobsen on NPR. She was discussing parts of the book. It sounds very interesting – can’t wait to read it.

    SnowBella: Bear here. I have floppy ears too, which is unusual for my breed. On occasion one will stand up, which give me an interesting look.

  36. Siber-H
    12:52 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Baseball!! Yippie!! PA can sure write great fiction about baseball…hint, hint.

    Mom agrees with Wookie about the players he mentioned, and listening to the games on the radio.

    ahhh, Barb forgot to mention the radio program, Sergent Preston of the Yukon and his faithful dog, King.
    One of our neighbors has a HUGE collection of old radio programs he has downloaded from the internet. I’ll have to ask him if he has any Sergent Preston programs.

    Love the photos that Rio put up!

  37. BearSpiritDog
    1:02 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Wookie: Yes, it was incredible being able to tune into stations hundreds of miles away on a clear night. We can remember hearing voices from very far away on clear nights too. Radio was great for a kid because you had to use your imagination and you could make it anything you wanted.

  38. BearSpiritDog
    1:06 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Siber-H! How could we have forgotten Sergent Preston & his Faithful Dog, King! Boy, what a trip down Memory Lane this is!

  39. Riö - The Evil Pug
    1:13 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Radio!….I haven’t tried listening to one of these yet, but here is a link to some old time radio shows….snort!…I might try one of the Charlie Chan shows first…heh!

  40. Siber-H
    1:25 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Glad you mentioned the book on Area 51, Melanie. Mom might want to read it (I don’t) and dad might also. Dad isn’t interested in aliens, just experimental aircraft. Let us know if you and Zoe like the book.

    Melanie, I wonder if Dan has ever read, “Young Men and Fire”, by Norman Maclean? It is the classic on wildland fire fighting. Mom has read it 3 times.

    New Mexico also has fires burning now. We have a lot of no-burn policies in place, and they are closing off some of the forests to all human activities. Dogs don’t start forest fires.

  41. Basil and Sage
    1:30 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Yo troops! Whatssup?
    Wookie – we knew that great minds from NM think alike – Margaritaville it the best! Nothing like happy beach music on a lousy rainy day.
    Rio – we love the pics. And we know you love baseball. But we have to agree with B.Stover’s assessment of the game. If we were allowed to chase those flies…well, then we might consider being fans. We do love flies – yum!
    (whaddya mean “yuck” – have you ever tried one?)
    Hope Rebecca is feeling better.

  42. Mollypop
    1:41 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Bear – I think the radio program with the creaking door was Inner Sanctum. Mom says it was way to scary for her to listen to. Today our favorite is Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Companion.

  43. Rose
    1:48 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Mollypop, you are right about The Inner Sanctum.

  44. Gus and BooBear
    1:55 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Rio, the news this morning had a spot about someplace (didn’t catch where) was using a herd of (shudder) goats to clear the underbrush and keep the area less fire prone. They actually showed the goats on TV!

    We have never listened to old radio shows. But we like old movies and tv shows so we would probably enjoy them. Mom has never listened to an audio book either. We think she should order DOI to see if Chets voice sounds like it does in her head.

  45. BearSpiritDog
    2:12 pm on May 18th, 2011

    MollyPop: Yes! That was it – The Inner Sanctum – it brings back chills just thinking about it.

    GusBooBear: We have listened to a couple of books on tape, but didn’t really care for it. Would much rather read.

    Rio: Our old pal Charlie Chan! Didn’t know it was a radio show though, as we have only seen the old movies. Thanks for the old time radio shows link.

  46. BearSpiritDog
    2:15 pm on May 18th, 2011

    MollyPop: Love Garrison Keillor and The Prairie Home Companion!

  47. OleyHowlers
    3:08 pm on May 18th, 2011

    We love Prairie Home Companion too. We love all the weekend shows on NPR…This American Life…Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me…You Bet Your Garden…could go on and on.
    Never heard any of those old shows.

  48. Melanie
    3:25 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Zoë agrees, it was the Inner Sanctum. I’ll have to share Riö’s link with the family!

    Now, Siber-H, Dan has not read that book. It hits a little too close to home. Dan and a friend from high school hitchhiked to Montana to make that flight! They were one day late and so missed it.

    Thank DOG!

    Does anyone remember “Chicken Man”? The Winded Warrior who could only fight on weekends? “He’s everywhere, he’s everywhere!”

    I remember waiting impatiently for it to come on, usually while getting dressed for school.

    Here’s a link to the first one. Someone animated the episode.

  49. Melanie
    3:27 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Oh Dog, you can get Chickenman, Vol1 through iTunes.

  50. Melanie
    3:36 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Riö, Zoë and I were just going through the list. Wonderful! She remembered a lot of them, I remembered a few.

    She doesn’t remember any horror ones. After she watched Frankenstein Vs Wolfman and didn’t sleep for years, her parents wouldn’t even let her listen to horror on the radio!

  51. Siber-H
    3:37 pm on May 18th, 2011

    My gosh, Melanie, sob, That is some story about Dan missing that flight. Thank Dog. No, Dan shouldn’t read that book. It is haunting enough even if you have no connection to the events that happened.

  52. Riö - The Evil Pug
    3:41 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Charlie!….Well, I did listen to Charlie Chan, Murder in Cabin 15….heh!…It didn’t seem to have the ending though….sniff! … Or I missed something along the way.

  53. BearSpiritDog
    3:52 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Siber-H: If your mom has read that book 3 times it must be a good one. We will check for it at the library.

    Melanie: Chickenman – Nana has never heard of it. I see it came out in the late 60’s. Not listening to radio then – it was the time of Flower Power and all that (and before you ask – no, Nana was not a Flower Child. She’s more from the Beat Generation – Jack Kerouac and “On The Road”.

    OHowlers: Mom always listens to NPR in the car. One of her favorites is Car Talk on Saturday mornings, with Click & Clack, the Tappet (sp?) brothers.

  54. Riö - The Evil Pug
    4:09 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Book!… I might be going out on a limb here, but I think SiberH’s gal has as bad a memory as he does, if not worse…heh!…That is probably why she read the book 3 times….snorkel!

  55. dawson
    4:11 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Rio: Great ironic signs. My favorite is the one with the bird. Thanks for the link to the old time radio shows. Listening to some Red Skelton.
    Wookie: I remember all those players. I was madly in love with Sandy Koufax.
    BearSpiritDog: Car Talk is hilarious.

    4:29 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Siber, We spend limited time in the car, so haven’t had the opportunity to catch Sarg. Preston yet, but do remember those from years ago.

    Oley, If you don’t remember any of those old radio shows you must be younger. Barb can rember when her neighbors got the first tv in the neighborhood. They only broadcasted part of the day, then went off at night. There were 3 channels.

  57. B.Stover
    4:53 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Macy’s mom sent me a message on FB. She fell on Friday and banged up her knee.

  58. B.Stover
    4:55 pm on May 18th, 2011

    I’m not younger but don’t remember any radio shows. We always had tv. Radio was always for music and news/weather. I do remember that some tv programs only lasted fifteen minutes.

  59. Wookie of Chevy Chase
    5:25 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Dawson. Koufax was my dad’s absolute favorite player too. Boy, could he pitch.

  60. dawson
    5:56 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Melanie: Tell Dan there were no firefighters or other people hurt in the Slave Lake fire. There is no way to fight a fire like that…you just get out of the way.

  61. Liz
    6:57 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Reading this is like watching Radio Days – the Woody Allen movie. Funny film.

  62. Kirby T. Penworthy
    7:00 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Hey, y’all! Mom was going through withdrawal all day — the computers were down at her library so she couldn’t look at the blog at all! It seems a construction crew cut through “something major” and AT&T has called in an “expert” to make repairs. No word yet on when service will be restored. It was blessedly quiet with no phones and few patrons once they read the “no computers available” sign. (Although Mom says there were quite a few people who came in to ask if that meant they couldn’t use the computers!) It was an altogether boring day, although it did give Mom an opportunity to read through the whole summer reading notebook! Anyway, she says she’s glad to be home and catch up on stuff.

  63. Liz
    7:01 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Come to think of it, we had Chickenman! He was hilarious, if it’s the show I’m thinking of.

  64. Barb & Maggie
    7:08 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Bee, Barb said she was about 6 when her family got a tv. For a year before that a little neighbor girl ruled the neighborhood because she had the only t.v. If you wanted to get invited in to watch Howdy Dooty, you had to play be her rules. Barb says she has some vague early memories of sitting around the family radio before that. There was a show called Our Gal Sunday that her mom liked and then they listened to Dragnet, too. Jack Webb play Det. Friday, and he had a sidekick named Frank. They carried over to t.v. Does anyone remember Joe Friday with his flat top?

  65. Melanie
    7:18 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Dawson, I let Dan know, he’s thankful.

    Oh yes, Barb and MagPie, that was one of my favorite shows. “Just the facts, ma’am”.
    Though that wasn’t what he really said. . .

    “I just want to get the facts, ma’am.” Then it got shortened by us lazy Americans.

  66. Kirby T. Penworthy
    7:20 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Mom grew up listening to Dick Enberg call the California Angels games — she still thinks he’s the best!

    As for television, Mom doesn’t remember not having a set, but she does remember the first time she saw color tv. A family down the block sat down with the TV Guide and circled all the shows that had a little “in color” symbol next to them. When enough shows had that symbol, they decided it wasn’t a fad, so they bought a color set. They invited Mom’s family over to watch the very first showing of “The Wizard of Oz” on NBC — in color! Mom still remembers how disappointed she was when the movie started and it looked just like her tv at home. Grandma told her just to wait — and then Dorothy opened that door into Oz and it was just magical!!!

  67. B.Stover
    7:29 pm on May 18th, 2011

    I remember Dragnet but not flat tops only hats. I remember Howdy Dooty and also American Bandstand.

  68. BearSpiritDog
    7:31 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Here too – Sandy Koufax – a big favorite.
    Liz: Haven’t seen Radio Days. Will have to rent it. You asked last night what movie we were watching. It was “The Illusionist” by the same producers of “The Triplets of Bellevue” (which was a big favorite here). I think I like Triplets better, but was overly tired and may have missed bits here and there. Maybe will watch it again another time.
    Barb&Maggie: Nana remembers the first tv in her small town was at the corner tavern (snicker) When a family finally got a TV it was a big event. We had 2 channels – unless you turned the roof antenna – and at night it went off around midnight and showed a test pattern.

  69. Siber-H
    7:46 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Wookie, Koufax is one of mom’s all time favorites, also. I bet your dad has read that excellent biography of him. Dawson, mom was also madly in with Koufax and Mickey Mantle.

    Barb, mom says she remembers Dragnet.

    Stover, thanks for the message about Macy’s mom. We hope she is recovering okay.

    Rio, honestly, mom says she read that book three times because it is one of her favorite non-fiction books. Between you and me, her memory isn’t that great about some things.

  70. Siber-H
    7:49 pm on May 18th, 2011

    I goofed (nothing new) That is suppose to be “madly in love” up there.

  71. BearSpiritDog
    7:53 pm on May 18th, 2011

    B; The ever youthful Dick Clark and American Bandstand! All teens loved that show and the ones in Philly who were on it every day were looked up to.

    Remembering Dragnet on TV only. Trying to recall the actor that played the part. I can see his face in my mind’s eye and his partner too – a well known actor. Howdy Doody in the afternoons of course and at night The Lone Ranger and Tonto.

    Kirby: Really liked Dick Enberg – a great announcer!

  72. Staff
    7:58 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Here in Minnesota we had announcer Halsy Hall. We moved here in 1961, the same year as the Twins.

    There is a clip of Halsey at this site.

    Mr.Staff says baseball radio isn’t the same now because they have too much advertising and not enough commentary. He actually prefers to listen to the Yankees announcers because they don’t have as much advertising as the Twins station.

    Each inning is sponsored by someone here. The one I remember is the ‘Snapper mow ’em down inning” by Toro lawnmowers. Mostly I try to ignore it.

  73. BearSpiritDog
    8:02 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Bear here (finally) Nana has taken over today with all the memories of days gone by. I, of course, don’t remember any of this and right now am mostly concerned about my supper. Like where is it?

    Sending a little smile your way to end the day, then we’re going to say hey until tomorrow.

  74. Staff
    8:04 pm on May 18th, 2011

    When I married Mr.Staff and moved out to the farm there was a lot of work cleaning up the old farmhouse. Under the fake wood linoleum upstairs there were old newspapers as underlayment. I remember looking at the advertisements from the 1947 paper and seeing that TV’s back then cost around 800 dollars. Can you imagine that amount of money?

    the inflation calculator:
    What cost $800 in 1947 would cost $7723.08 in 2010.

  75. Liz
    8:08 pm on May 18th, 2011

    I really wanted to see the Triplets of Bellevue and heard it was good, will have to rent it. Haven’t seen the Illusionist – that’s the one about his daughter? or that the director made for his estranged daughter or something?

    The test pattern! (They still have that on one channel here). Amazing to think that the trashy all night broadcasting didn’t used to happen.

  76. B.Stover
    8:12 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Bear: Was The Illusionist with Ed Norton? If so, I really liked it. Jack Webb was the star of Dragnet.

  77. Riö - The Evil Pug
    8:22 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Raining!….Like a bastard outside…grunt!…My friend finally came home after checking my house and getting the mail….sniff!…Then her mother had supper made so she ate while trying to watch the game. I had begged supper off of her mother hours ago…heh!…. Someone here says they remember watching Dragnet because her brother loved all those kind of shows and hogged the color TV unless dad was home….snort!

  78. Riö - The Evil Pug
    8:25 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Illusion!….If you guys want to see a good movie about the art of “Illusion”, check out The Prestige….snort!….Excellent and quite disturbing so I do not recommend it for the weak of heart, say someone like wimpy Staff…heh!…In fact we are going to order that one again and watch it…snort!

  79. Staff
    8:26 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Thanks for the warning Rio,
    I appreciate it. I will not watch that movie.

  80. Riö - The Evil Pug
    8:30 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Crushing!….I myself was a little surprised at how old-timey illusions were done. Especially the little caged….well, I’ll leave this to the others who want to watch it and learn…snork!…It really is an excellent movie with quite a twisty thing at the end…heh!

  81. Barb & Maggie
    8:34 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Bear, Jack Webb played Sarg. Joe Friday and Ben Alexander played his partner Frank Smith. It always started out “Ladies and Gentlemen, the story you are about to hear is true, only the names…..” I think they always smoked on the show back then.

  82. Riö - The Evil Pug
    8:41 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Old!…Is Dick Clark still alive?….sniff! …Or has he been mummified?…heh!

  83. Melanie
    8:49 pm on May 18th, 2011

    I FORGOT THE TEST PATTERN! Also, Zoë says, all the snow and doing weird things with the antennas so that you got weird sort of shadows on some stations.

    The Triplets of Bellevue, hmm, is that the same thing as The Triplets of Belleville? Animated? I love that movie.

    Have not seen the Illusionist. Not sure if I’ll see”The Prestige” now.

    BTW, if you have Amazon Prime you now can get lot’s of their instant movies and shows for free. Of course, you’ve paid the Prime price but we do that every year because then we get free shipping. Which we need. It turns out to be cheaper than feeling up the car with gas.

    Off to bed! TTFN

    Good night Barb & MagPie, good night Riö, good night Staff, good night B.Stover, good night Liz, good night BSD, good night Siber-H, good night Kirby T, good night Dawson, good night Wöökie, good night OleyHowlers, good night MollyPop, good night Gus and BooBear, good night Rose, good night Basil and Sage, good night Tupper and Gillie, good night Jon Boy, good night Natasha (where ever you are) and Hi to all those who’ll come on after I go to bed! (That includes you Wölfie and Bella and all)

  84. Melanie
    8:50 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Please excuse Melanie’s errors and omissions. She did too much today!
    Love The Newf Pack

  85. Liz
    8:50 pm on May 18th, 2011

    The Prestige was good. I was surprised too Rio, too gullible by half.

  86. Liz
    8:51 pm on May 18th, 2011

    By the illusions, i mean, not the movie.

    Good night Melanie, Bear, anyone else who’s sleeping.

  87. Riö - The Evil Pug
    8:53 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Liz!….Please tell everyone that movie is not as bad as I made it out to be, gross-wise, I mean…heh!.

  88. Riö - The Evil Pug
    8:56 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Liz!… Do you realize that the first illision is the same as the last illision. The underlying truth of both of the illisions were the same…grunt!…Hard to put into words that…sniff!

  89. Barb & Maggie
    9:02 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Barv’s favorite shows – no big surprise here – were Lassie, Rin-Tin-Tin, Flicka, Lone Ranger, Roy and Dale, Cisco Kid. She loved the animal shows or anything with animals in them.

  90. BearSpiritDog
    9:12 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Rio: The last we heard old Dick was still Rock’n out on New Year’s Eve, but now with a co-host – Ryan Seacrest from American Idol – at least I think he is.

    Barb: I remember another actor as Webb’s sidekick – he may have taken over the part. The smoking! All the old movies show the actors smoking up a storm. When I was at college in the 60’s they were already condemning tobacco.

    The Illusionist: The one I’m talking about is an animated feature and was up for an academy award this year. The Prestige, that Rio is talking about, is an excellent movie also.

    B: I know the movie you are thinking of with Edward Norton. I liked it also. Thanks for the report on Macy.


  91. Tupper and Gilly
    9:13 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Ok – so we don’t remember childhood without television, but wasn’t Harry Morgan (later of M*A*S*H* fame as Colonel Potter)Jack Webb’s partner on Dragnet?
    We especially remember the Dick Van Dyke show – the show where they all dyed their hands black right before a big important banquet. And the one where Rob dreams that the whole cast is in the Old West, doing a show at the saloon.
    Gosh, that stuff was so much funnier than the smart mouth kids/stupid, ineffectual fathers/sex-starved women shows that pass for comedy today.
    (boy, does that make us sound OLD!)

  92. Liz
    9:20 pm on May 18th, 2011

    F-Troop – that was my favourite.

    It’s true, the Prestige isn’t as bad as Rio made it sound in the earlier post, a very clever story and not to be avoided (and I’ve got a short tolerance for anything gruesome). Hugh Jackman’s in it, how bad can it be?

  93. Barb & Maggie
    9:25 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Bear and T & G, I think you guys are right too. Ben Alexander, I believe, was his first partner in the early years, then Harry Morgan was later on. Wouldn’t bet the farm, but am almost positive on that one.

    Those old Dick Van Dyke shows are like the I Love Lucy, they are still funny after all these years.

  94. Riö - The Evil Pug
    9:27 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Hugh!….Jackson was so good in The Prestige, but that other Aussie(?) actor was really really the very best…snort! …At one point he played Batman, can’t think of his bad-boy name right now…sniff!

    Norton!…We watch anything with Edward Norton in it… grunt!…My friend has always been gagga about that skinny guy for some reason…huffle!

  95. Riö - The Evil Pug
    9:28 pm on May 18th, 2011


  96. Tupper and Gilly
    9:29 pm on May 18th, 2011

    The Lone Ranger……our very first heart throb….long before we even knew what that meant.
    What was not to love – a polite, honest and mysterious man, with a gorgeous and smart big white horse who left silver (bullets) behind where ever he went.
    aaaahhhhhhh…, ba-bhump,… my heart….
    What did Prince Charming ever do besides kiss narcoleptic housekeepers or act as shoe salesman/dance instructor. Give us a man of action any day – especially one with a mask…

  97. Riö - The Evil Pug
    9:35 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Giambi!…He has to save the day!…yeep!yeep!gah!

  98. B.Stover
    9:36 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Macy’s mom sent me a message on FB saying that she cleared her “cache” a few days ago and now Chet’s blog won’t let her post. Can anyone tell me what I can tell her to do to fix this?

  99. Riö - The Evil Pug
    9:36 pm on May 18th, 2011


  100. Barb & Maggie
    9:39 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Narcoleptic housekeeper? You are too funny!

  101. Liz
    9:46 pm on May 18th, 2011

    You mean Christian Bale? He’s not an Aussie. Heath Ledger is – he was in Batman…

  102. Siber-H
    9:47 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Stover, Maybe Mollypop can help with Macy’s computer problem. This just will not do…that she can’t post.

  103. Riö - The Evil Pug
    9:53 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Batman!…Wasn’t Christian Bale Batman one time?…snort! …I could have sworn he was even though we don’t watch those movies…heh!

  104. Riö - The Evil Pug
    9:55 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Dead!…Isn’t Heath Ledger dead?…grunt! …Now go figure, Dick Clark won’t ever die and Heath Ledger died at such a young age… sniff!…It just doesn’t make any sense.

  105. Mollypop
    10:02 pm on May 18th, 2011

    I need to know more about what happens when Macy’s mom tries to post. Is there an error message?

  106. Staff
    10:03 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Gosh Macy’s Mom cleared her cache. Now I really don’t know a darn thing about this but, when you clear your cache it sometimes removes presets. She should be able to just re-register at ChettheDog and get back on? Shouldn’t she?

    I am sure she has already tried that cause it would be so simple to think of.

    I would go crazy if that happened to me.

    We miss you Macy (and Mom)

  107. B.Stover
    10:10 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Mollypop: I’ll ask her.

    I looked up Dragnet. From 1952 to 1959 Ben Alexander played Frank Smith. From 1967 to 1970 Harry Morgan played Bill Gannon. (Jack Webb tried to get Alexander back but he was under contract for something else.)

  108. Mollypop
    10:30 pm on May 18th, 2011

    We’re heading off to bed – so tell Macy’s mom to put in her name and email where they belong and give it a try. Maybe she meant that clearing the cache wiped out the name and email that comes up automatically.

  109. Tupper and Gilly
    10:32 pm on May 18th, 2011

    How could we have forgotten the line “my partner, Bill Gsnnon. My name’s Friday”.
    Every single Friday when we were in grammer school, every boy from grade 1-6 would run around the playground saying” my name’s Friday” in Webb’s iconic monotone.
    Such memories…
    Now – does anyone wanna talk about “The Wild, Wild West” and the incredibly tight pants Jim West wore way back then?

  110. Barb & Maggie
    10:35 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Thanks for checking on that Bee. I was a youngster when the first shows were on. I bet T & G’s mama is too young to remember those early ones.

    Guess I haven’t changed much in the last half century. Today I ordered Secretarit from Netflix. Still like the animal shows!

  111. B.Stover
    10:41 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Mollypop: Macy’s mom said she doesn’t get an error message; it just doesn’t post.

  112. Riö - The Evil Pug
    10:45 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Night! …yawn!snort! ….Where’s my bed, I’m confused….grunt!

  113. Macy the Min-Pin
    10:46 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Mom is hiding her face in shame. Turns out that she was NOT smart enough to just reenter our info. sheesh

    Thanks for the wishes for mom’s well being. She has a bruise that she will put in competition with any bruise, anywhere. It is on the protruding part of her chest, with the bottom half of said protrusion being bright yellow with charming purple accents. The funny thing is, since she does not look at herself sans clothes all that often, it was 4 days before she noticed. She sure knew it hurt, but when she looks down she sees nothing. She took a picture of it and asked several family member to guess what is was. One said banana, one said cancerous tumor. heh heh

  114. Macy the Min-Pin
    10:47 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Oh, and thanks to Bee for Beeing her go-between.

  115. BearSpiritDog
    10:53 pm on May 18th, 2011

    We’ve gone through that before – the clearing of the cache. We have always just reentered the website addresses and problem solved. With the new computer we went to Chet’s Blog and reentered our name and email address. The avatar was still intact.

    B & Melanie (?) Thanks for the info on Harry Morgan. I knew he had been in a couple of shows. I don’t think I remember Ben Alexander.

    Barb: Loved Lassie and Rin Tin Tin too. Animals shows are the best!

    Okay, I’m out of here. Bear will return in the morning. Nite All.

  116. OleyHowlers
    10:54 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Hey Guys. Meashka here. Tonite I got to go for a ride all alone with Mom. She drove me to that place where lots of dogs and cats are. We had to wait in the outer room for over an hour!!! A Real Drag. But then we went into the little room, and a very nice woman doc checked me out. Then Mom took me for ice cream. What a great night.
    While we were waiting, a female Rio-lookalike came in. She was so nice, and her name was Molly. She had a nice mom too.
    Sorry we couldn’t get on earlier, but Mom just had to watch American Idol first. Sheez.

  117. Basil and Sage
    10:56 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Yikes Macy – did your Mom see a doctor? that kind of bruise can be really serious.
    Oh, and we are glad to have you back! We need help harassing pugs and various other smart alec dawgs.

  118. B.Stover
    10:56 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Hi Macy. You’re welcome.

    Good night all.

  119. Barb & Maggie
    11:07 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Hi Macy, nice to hear from you and take care of that nasty bruise.

    T & G Re: Wild, Wild West. One time Barb was watching it and he did some sort of kung foo fight number and the croutch of his pants ripped and they didn’t cut it, just kept it on the shot. Too funny. And Conrad was hot wasn’t he?

    Night all.

  120. Staff
    11:11 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Hi Macy,
    I had problems like that when I first let Alice and Abbie be on the blog. (Er, they don’t like the word ‘LET’ in the above sentence.) But anyway I would clear Staff and forget to put in Alice or Abbie and then I would lose a whole long post. I sort of figured it out finally but it took a while.

    And when I post wrong Rio notices and comments on EACH ONE! Sheesh!

  121. Siber-H
    11:12 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Welcome back Macy! I’m glad the problem was an easy fix. I was afraid of a blog bug.

    Hope Rebecca is feeling better.

    Hi Meashka!

    Night All

  122. AbbietheKitty
    11:13 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Hey Basil and Sage,
    How can bruises be serious. Is it because of where it is? Dawson has a huge bruise on her arm that she got at the ballgame. Should I worry her about that?

    Jeez that is all she needs after getting the stomach flu. (She is much better now)

  123. Liz
    11:33 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Macy, the bruise sounds terrible. Glad you’re back!

    Wild, Wild West i’ve never heard of.

    Yes – christian bale is the new batman. Since Batman Begins (a damn good film).

  124. Basil and Sage
    11:34 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Hello Abbie, you gorgeous little purr-puss.
    Really serious brusies like that can hide underlying clots. They can also hide bleeding veins. Usually hematomas are just bleeding capillaries which stop bleeding very quickly, even in a large bruise. But very large, very colorful bruises especially on the trunk of the body or near the neck should be checked out by a doctor.
    How bad is the bruise on the arm – is it a spot bruise or is a full third or quarter of the arm involved?

  125. AbbietheKitty
    11:41 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Basil and Sage:
    The bruise is about 1/8 of her upper arm.

  126. Tupper and Gilly
    11:42 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Oh Liz – you don’t know what you are missing (although you are probably too young to have been around during the Wild, Wild West years.
    Robert Conrad in his glorious, trim and fit youth, wearing spandex western pants and waist length jackets. He was the first Secret Service agent along with his partner Artemus Gordon, played with camp, humor and style by Ross Martin. They had their own private train that whisked them around the western countryside to deal with villians and despots that wanted to take over the world with outrageous plots to create fire breathing dragons or some such silliness. One of the recurring bad guys was Dr.Miguelito Loveless, a three foot tall genius with the world’s biggest Napoleonic complex.
    They were campy, semi-serious stories – kind of like Mission Impossible of the 1800’s.

  127. Basil and Sage
    11:48 pm on May 18th, 2011

    Is the bruise from a fall or a blow?
    If the arm feels hot at the bruised area, or if there is a hard swelling area under the bruise get to a doctor.
    If the bruise is not hot, but is more than 24 hours old, treat with warm packs – moist heat is best.
    Aspirin is not a good choice as it is a blood thinner, nor do you want to use ben gay or stuff like that. Arnica gel rubbed onto the area 3 or more times a day will help the discoloration and soreness go away faster. You can also try taking arnica pills, but they take about a week to really get into your system, and by then most of the bruise should be dissapaiting.

  128. Liz
    11:52 pm on May 18th, 2011

    WWWest sounds terrific. I love Miguelito Loveless’s name, isn’t that funny!

  129. Macy the Min-Pin
    11:59 pm on May 18th, 2011

    for all you “speargrass” lovers

  130. Basil and Sage
    12:00 am on May 19th, 2011

    The actor that played him was terrific. He had a lovely singing voice, which they always worked into the story line. In the show, Miguelito was always assisted in his nefarious (sorry Nattie) plots by tall, gorgeous women who would make sure he always escaped at the end.
    What a hoot!

  131. Macy the Min-Pin
    12:00 am on May 19th, 2011
  132. Basil and Sage
    12:04 am on May 19th, 2011

    Macy – that speargrass cake is wild! We live in what is fondly known as “Asparagus Valley” – we have a local version of the stuff that is so good, we have dinners of nothing but speargrass on toast.
    But what the heck is that cake about? Is it just art, or is it a real decorated choco cake?

  133. Macy the Min-Pin
    12:04 am on May 19th, 2011

    So, doc, how does mom need to treat her boobatoma?

  134. Macy the Min-Pin
    12:07 am on May 19th, 2011

    Real cake via “Cake Wrecks”. On Sundays they feature the GOOD cakes.

  135. Snowhook Bella
    12:10 am on May 19th, 2011

    Macy! Glad to have you back!

  136. Tupper and Gilly
    12:12 am on May 19th, 2011

    We would kinda like her to check with her doctor. Not trying to scare her, but we are firm believers in “save the ta-tas” and serious injuries to the girls should always be checked by a doctor, and her boobatoma does sound kinda serious. The Cooper’s Ligament is what holds the boobs up, and if it is torn, it will never heal back to the uplift position – it requires surgery. That is one of the reasons Mama is always after her ladies to wear sports bras when doing anything “bouncy”, no matter what size they are.

  137. Tupper and Gilly
    12:17 am on May 19th, 2011

    HEY!!! The Blue-Eyed Bella Beauty is back! How’s the sinus infection?

  138. Liz
    12:27 am on May 19th, 2011

    THat cake is stupendous…

  139. Tupper and Gilly
    12:34 am on May 19th, 2011

    Okay, Letterman is over with and if we start watching Craig Ferguson, we’ll stay up for the whole show.
    Since Mama has the day off tomorrow to work on clay, she won’t let us sleep in til noon, so we are going to say g’night.
    see ya tomorrow.

  140. AbbietheKitty
    12:38 am on May 19th, 2011

    Thanks Basil and Sage,
    She will read this in the morning. The bruise was from a fall (on cement steps). Staff stopped her.(She is proud of herself) She was right in front of Dawson and Dawson tried to go through her but Staff was holding onto the railing tightly and did a block.

    Poor Dawson. That night she got the dreaded stomach flu. Poor Baby. this is not turning into the vacation she hoped for.

    goodnight all. Lots of good info on the blog tonight. It is great that anything we need help with it is right here.

    Love You guys.

  141. Macy the Min-Pin
    1:07 am on May 19th, 2011

    I guess that’s where they got the phrase “Cooper’s Droop”, lol. Nite nite. Going to put mom and her “girls” to bed. She will call the dr. in the am.

  142. Macy the Min-Pin
    1:08 am on May 19th, 2011

    Hi Bella! Thanks for noticing I was gone. I am still awaiting my surprise, even tho somebody already spilled the beans. My aunt in Chugiak will be quite surprised to hear that we are bona fide Iditarod supporters.

  143. Snowhook Bella
    1:32 am on May 19th, 2011

    T and G: today is the first day I’ve felt some what human. The sinus infection kicked in while we were rescuing the truck and let’s just say the past week has not been one of my finer weeks.

    Macy: Beans spilt? Oh, well—I hope you like it. Chugiak is about 50 miles from the kennel.

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