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Saturday, March 26, 2022

Sure, bring back the 1950s

I have the TV on as I write. Other people might have the radio on, but I like the images on the screen beyond my laptop. TV is moving from cable to streaming and taking the good shows with it. Viewers are left with reality nonsense and reruns of mediocre films. 

But there are rerun channels on now and they run shows so old, some are older than me.

Television was better in black-and-white. The actors are leaner. The scripts are crisper. The world looks better.

Maybe it is all convertibles that inundate the shows. Every model of cars came in ragtop back then. Everyone rode with the top down, including Ike.

A sniper in Dallas ended that in 1963.

Television was better for several reasons. The acting and writing were better because so many actors and writers were veterans of World War II and Korea. War matured and focused them.

Also, there were a bevy of magazine stories to turn into teleplays. Rod Serling, Alfred Hitchcock and the Perry Mason show based many of their episodes on such stories.

Today's fiction writing seems limited to news stories in NYT and WaPo. And their stories are lame with holes in their plots even a Russian tank commander could drive a convoy through.

The Westerns featured men dealing with manly problems. Yes, there were battles between the Indians and the cowboys, but often the story line was the Lone Ranger or the Cartwrights standing up for the Indian.

The shows showed the hardships of cattle drives ("Rawhide") and people drives ("Wagon Train"). The pioneers risked so much for oh so little.

Radio also made TV better as Jack Benny, Burns and Allen, and other comics moved from radio to TV. Benny's pauses were better on TV.

Then there are the wardrobes. The people who came into your living room in the 1950s were men in suits and ties and women in dresses. For example, when Peter, Paul and Mary were on the Jack Benny show, the men wore ties (one wore a jacket and the other a sweater) and Mary wore a dress and high heels. And as beatniks, they were the nonconformists.

The 1950s empowered women. The 1960s empowered feminists. The feminist embrace of what they call transgenders (and in most cases are really transvestite) shows how little they really care about women.

Mock Donna Reed all you want, but her show was called "The Donna Reed Show." She made the calls, not Carl Betz. In fact, she called the shots, not ABC. She got the network to back down and reduced her workload to 26 shows so she could spend time with her actual family. Her show sold a lot of Campbell's soup.

Sexist? The biggest star in the 1950s was not Bob Hope or Jack Benny. It was Lucille Ball.

Liberals scoff. To them, the 1950s were too middle class. Liberals hate the middle class and always have. They want a world where they are the 1% and everyone else is poor. 

Brent Staples of NYT was among those upset that Americans dared elect Donald John Trump as president in 2016.

Staples cited a poll that said "seven in 10 Trump supporters prefer the more culturally homogeneous America of 1950s and that the same proportion of Clinton voters believe that American society has changed for better since then.

"The poll showed white evangelical Protestants — a potent Trump voting block — to be the group most alienated from the American present. About three-quarters of them say the culture has mainly changed for the worse in the past six decades.

"This discontent is clearly related to the country’s recent decision to legalize same-sex marriage. White evangelicals also tend to be uncomfortable with the demographic shifts that have created a browner, more multilingual country."

So the black man explains that the reason Trump voters prefer the old days is their racism.

But considering how liberals define whiteness -- self-reliance, hard work and the scientific -- believing in a middle class America is racist, right?

The left loves to mock the nuclear family of the man as the breadwinner and the woman as the homemaker.

But the Carters, Clintons and Obamas were nuclear families. Only after her husband's presidency ended and her daughter was an adult did Mrs. Clinton seek a job outside the home. Liberals embrace the nuclear family for themselves because they know the concept works. That is why they want others to reject it.

(UPDATE: Hillary worked for the Rose Law firm before Chelsea's birth and Mrs. Obama had a part-time job as a lawyer for a hospital when her husband was senator.)

Karen Pence was the first wife of a president or vice president who worked outside the home when her husband was in office. This alarmed lefties because she taught at a Christian school. Now they hail Jill Biden for teaching on the side.

As for television, it was better then because it believed in America and the American dream, both of which liberals hate.

TV has devolved from promoting the nuclear family to promoting the Kardashians, the nuked family. Dad became a girl, the girls became whores and the brother got fat and left. Kim went through husbands until she could find the craziest one (that would be Kanye West) and everyone became rich promoting this chaotic lifestyle.

No one in their right mind would say that's better.

Well, the "Beverly Hillbillies" are on and Elly Mae is feeding a mule deer. After that comes "Hee Haw." Time to shut the laptop off till Monday.

73 comments:

  1. "The pioneers risked so much for oh so little." Really?

    Being 73, I still remember why the pioneers risked it all, and it wasn't "so little".

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    1. I agree. Independence and freedom are not 'so little' and such an assertion comes from a purely materialistic (ie, Marxist) world view.

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    2. They endured months of physical hardship in a Conestoga wagon, battling the environment, and avoiding outlaws and indian attacks..

      So they could build their own small sod home, and farm... battling the environment, and avoiding outlaws and indian attacks.

      Yes, freedom is paramount. But face it, Don got it right.

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    3. Speaking of "Hee Haw", has anyone noticed how closely that mule resembles AOC? Eyes rolling everytime she's asked a tough question....

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    4. Unknown, why must you insult the mule his commentary is so much more thought provoking than the Anal Oral Crossconnected drivel.
      And you say everytime she's asked a tough question. Make that everytime she's asked anything.

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    5. I think Surber means that at the end of trail there were no bright new sub-divisions waiting for them to move into. There was an open plot of land that you had to build your own home from scratch. Then clear trees so you could plant crops. Also fight the indigenous people for your spot. I live in a Western valley settled by pioneers.

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  2. I watch mostly streamed series now. I still have cable for news, such as it is, and for Turner Classic Movies, Silver Screen and HGTV. I either watch Fox for certain hosts or French news. I no longer subscribe to CNN.

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    1. You're lucky. CNN comes automatically with our cable. Fox is xtra.

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  3. I can't watch TV and work. I find it too distracting. Pretty much the same for radio. Looking back, the 50s are much better than we thought.

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    1. "Ward, I'm worried about the Beaver !"

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    2. women had it pretty good then but bought into the feminist bs and so now here we are....america is being destroyed from within at warp speed.

      the death of marriage, single mother households by the tens of millions and the rot of k-12 are the cancerous puss that is eating away our once great constitutional republic.

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    3. I see the Wives of a couple Millennials I work with being stay at home Moms. I think some Millennial Mom's want the 50s back to.

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    4. Ward, I'm worried about the Beaver!

      Now June, you know worrying never helps anything.
      In the morning just call an make an appointment with the Gynecologist.

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    5. Ward, I think you were a little hard on the beaver last night..

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  4. MeTV is a great place to visit.

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    1. We love MeTV. Perry Mason, Leave it To Beaver (best show ever), The Fugitive, Mission Impossible, etc.

      TCM is excellent too - film noir and the old gangster movies from the 30s.

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    2. ___Laid up after surgery last year, and discovered a Saturday full of old, well-written Westerns of my Dad's younger days [i.ee. Maverick, Rawhide, Wagon Train, Have Gun Will Travel, etc.] on MeTV. zb

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  5. "... demographic shifts... have created a browner, more multilingual country." In other words, America is no more. The America created by The Founding Fathers (I refuse to use the neologism, "Founders") has been euthanized and interred in the cemetery of empires, replaced by a browner country, like those in Africa, which we all recognize as utter hellholes of corruption and despotic totalitarianism. It is what the left has wanted for decades. Now they have it. Is it any wonder that we, i,e,, citizens of the country formerly known as the USA, don't feel at home here any longer? Is it any wonder that perhaps we are a bit reluctant to espouse the use of arms to defend this new country, in which we have been relegated to mere tax cows to be milked for the support of the administrative nomenklatura and its underclass supporters, the "Gibs me dats" and "Din-do-nuffins"? If we are reluctant to be used and abused by our replacements, can we be blamed? To this "reporter," Brent Staples, I can only say, "go to Hell." And take the rest of your coevals with you.

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    1. Not one young white male should ever enlist in the military to die in some foreign adventure for a country that loathes him and will bar him from any lucrative position of power that now reserved for females who will never have to be drafted.

      No young white male should ever become a law enforcement officer either. Let the urban hipsters and ghetto residents fend for themselves.

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    2. Excellent comment and reply. Multiculturalism is just colonization by savages.

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  6. Nice trip down memory lane. We don't watch TV in my house unless we find some old shows that are often in black and white.

    One correction, Don. Hillary did work outside the home long before her time at the White House. She worked for the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, Arkansas in the mid 80's. That episode brought us the Whitewater scandal, cattle futures trading, etc. She got away with crime way back then too.

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    1. Not to mention Vince Foster.

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    2. Epstein … Did she work after Chelsea was born? I thought the same as you but don’t know. I am guessing that was his point and that she did not.

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    3. Yes, apparently so. Chelsea was born in 1980. Hillary was at the law firm during the 80's.

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    4. Pre-Bill, Hillary was a lawyer in D.C. working for the Watergate commission until her boss fired her.
      As a 27 year old staff attorney for the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate investigation, Hillary Rodham was fired by her supervisor, lifelong Democrat Jerry Zeifman. When asked why Hillary Rodham was fired, Zeifman said in an interview, "Because she was a liar. She was an unethical, dishonest lawyer, she conspired to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the Committee, and the rules of confidentiality."

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    5. Imagine someone with a spine . . . . . Is Mr. Zeifman OK??? Has anyone heard from him??

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  7. There was TV before you were born?

    jk

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    1. They tell me there was TV before I was born, but I can’t say for sure because I never watched it. ๐Ÿคช

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  8. TV is moving from cable to streaming and taking the good shows with it. Viewers are left with reality nonsense and reruns of mediocre films.

    Depends on what you call good. I don't see too many people favorably comparing an old Picard to a young Kirk or Deadwood with Wyatt and Bat.

    The old stuff, movies and TV is being rerun for a reason. They were better.

    The pioneers risked so much for oh so little.

    Building a nation and making a better life for them and their kids? Sounds pretty big to me.

    And there were still lots of people coming over from Europe and China, most of them facing discrimination, and they still kept coming.

    I omit Africa only because those people had no choice, but they still ended up in a place that was light year better than Africa today.

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    1. But not to become rich in wealth. I assume that is what he means.

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  9. At 85, I look back and see the 50's as a great time. Probably the best time.

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    1. At 65, I see the 70's as the best time. I guess it's when your "I don't give a shit" days fall in your lifetime. Speaking of Alabaster, I need to paint my interior walls! Thanks!!!

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    2. The 70s saw the rise orf all the Power movements, instigated by the KGB, so, of course, Jeffery, you love that time.

      Any Commie would.

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    3. I wanted to say the 70's is when I met your wife. But that would rude, so I won't. If you asked me in the 70's about the KGB, I would have responded, what kind of music do they play. I was in my teens and I didn't give a damn. I had a J.O.B. and was only looking for the next Ms Ed. Excellent times! I surely hope KGB didn't do disco!!!

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    4. Whisper "commie" in her ear...she will go crazy!!!

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    5. I agree with you, Richard. The '70s were great. The music was the best, and we became adults in that decade. (lyn5)

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    6. Hell yeah, lyn5!!! I hope you get your "posting" life back soon. And please, call me Dick!

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  10. We got our first TV when I was 4. 1954 The broadcasting began at 4pm and ended at 11pm with The Star Spangled Banner. Ike was president.
    Everybody loved America.

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    1. Loved watching Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. Sky King was great too. Met Kirby Grant at the Missoula County Fair. (lyn5)

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    2. You must be my age-77. Yes, we are the television generation. Yes, we watched all the formulaic garbage being broadcast because that’s all we had. That’s also why shows like Gun Smoke and the Twilight Zone became national obsessions. The former was more nuanced and the latter was more thoughtful about science fiction topics than the ‘squash the bug’ drivel being ground out by B film Hollywood.
      Thorsten Veblen’s Theory of Conspicuous Consumption pretty well described post war 1950’s. All the depression era kids who fought WWII were back and anxious for houses, cars, good jobs and nice things. CONFORMITY was the glue that both held us together AND held us back.
      Rock and Roll, once it was stolen from black, rhythm and blues performers by the likes of Bill Hailey and the Comets struck the Baby Boom generation like lightning. It was an expression of rebellion against the Sell Out, Conformist parents shown on television.
      Books have been written on this short period that describe the anguish of living in the Conformist strait jacket and why the Swinging Sixties with even old geezers like Hugh Hefner and Frank Sinatra trying to pass themselves off as hip and groovy was so FALSE and why the Beatniks morphed into senior citizen idols for the FREE LOVE HIPPIES.
      Today’s HIPSTERS are a polished up and idealized version of the pot smoking, tie-dyed, Conformity hating kids wallowing in the mud at Mr. Yasgur’s farm near Woodstock, NY.
      Please stop idealizing the past. Every generation tries to slay the demons of their failed parents and only succeeds in becoming them.
      The actual demon now is the exponential growth of technology. It best explains why the birth rate is failing, fathers are losing authority and nuclear families are being torn apart.
      Average people are responding to the expense of educating their children longer to meet the needs of the digital marketplace. Hence, working parents, pre-schools, daycare, sports camps, two-car garages, larger homes in the suburbs with fresh air and sunlight, etc. etc. etc.
      The relative opportunity that drove WWII vets to work hard and seek a better life has become a chase for the glitz and glamour of Internet Influencer life styles—devoid of moral compasses.
      As Roman Generals were warned as they returned triumphant from their campaigns…’this too shall pass’.
      Technology has been ignited and it certainly doesn’t need HUMANS at some point. Guess what happens then…

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  11. I am 76, and I remember 1950's TV very fondly. Comedy was king and "Your Show of Shows" generated laughs galore. Ed Sullivan presented vaudeville-style variety, even brought back Smith and Dale to treat a new generation of Americans to their classic "Dr. Kronkite" routine. Spike Jones gave us a weekly hour of musical anarchy and Groucho Marx used a quiz show format to treat us to his distinctive wit. On a more serious note, I was seven years old when "Victory st Sea," greatest of all war documentaries, graphically showed us how World War II was fought, from Pearl Harbor to D-Day, to kamikaze attacks to the dropping of the two bombs that ended the war, all 26 episodes accompanied by a Richard Rodgers music score. Then there was sports. I was a Yankee fan, as the team made it to 14 World Series in 16 years. So, yes, the 50s was television's golden age.

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    1. ... This Yankee patron got a taste of those storied teams then, from '96 to '03, and to '09.

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  12. Harbor to D-Day, to kamikaze attacks to the dropping of the two bombs that ended the war, all 26 episodes accompanied by a Richard Rodgers music score. Then there was sports. I was a Yankee fan, as the team made it to 14 World Series in 16 yea

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  13. I sat with my father and we watched "Bonanza,
    I knew the Anthem.
    And could sing every stanza.............

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  14. I'll never fully understand the boomer obsession with television. Guess it was as "wow" as the Internet is to we millennials.

    Yeah, getting old sucks, Don. Sorry it's hitting you so hard right now. I miss the tv show action figure synergy of the 80's/90's and think 8bit games have qualities modern 3D games don't.

    The circle continues, the snake consumes it's tail, and the next egg births the future.

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  15. Good thoughts Don, and I would add that back then each and every one of our Supreme Court justices knew what a woman was.

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  16. Music was better too. If you like that mid century period, check this out:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gprq1z7hqHk&t=1306s

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  17. Forgive me, but this doesn't really do anything to help our present situation. Yes, things were great back then, and...

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  18. Great read, Don. You had us at "Donna Reed."

    This will post later today at PressCalifornia.com

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  19. If your male there wasn't any good time till the draft stopped, the non stop threat growing up in the 50's knowing your whole life and plans could taken from you. Overshadowed all that idyllic pretend

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  20. Libs disdain the race factors about the 50's - yet the rate of schooling, homicides and 2 parent households compare favorably.
    Libs also talk about all the gay or trans oppression back then, but the teen suicide rates were far lower then, when they supposedly were so oppressed.

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  21. "Television was better for several reasons. The acting and writing were better because so many actors and writers were veterans of World War II and Korea. War matured and focused them." That's it in a nutshell! It's all about maturity. The movies are about comics and the TV shows are about whiny men and women always complaining about some nonsense in lead roles or out loud neighbors. Add to that that commercials take up fourteen minutes of each half hour. I have to record everything so I can FF through them, so I avoid almost everything on commercial stations save for Blue Bloods, The Good Doctor, and Young Sheldon. COZI TV has Frazier, one of the funniest and most sophisticated sitcoms ever. Kelsey Grammer admits that he patterned his character after Jack Benny, which was the funniest radio show ever broadcast. You got more bang for your buck back in the fifties, like quality programs and fewer obnoxious commercials. The Brits and Aussies produce quality programming, which you can get on PBS and streaming on Acorn and BritBox. Yes, it's all about maturity and today you have these immature moron kids writing for a moron, 18-39 year old audience. The music is also immature, both pop and country. Has anyone noticed that the so called melodies consist of monotonous one or two notes? Boooring!

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  22. Too bad that most stations do not use the original 4x3 format.
    Close ups almost take up the whole screen and the top of the head is cut off.

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  23. I already wrote a bunch sigh this sign in chit sucks next

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  24. "Only after her husband's presidency ended and her daughter was an adult did Mrs. Clinton seek a job outside the home. "

    Sorry; Hillary was a (bad) lawyer, pre-Bill, and had a job in D.C. working for the Watergate commission before her boss fired her for lying and breaking the law. Back in Arkansas, Bill was a "good old boy" even as governor (aside from raping Juanita Broadrick and using State Troopers as pimps). Whitewater and the cattle futures trading were HILLARY'S attempt to get rich quick, and Bill just went along with it. Everything SINCE then has been Hillary doing whatever it takes to stay out of jail, even if it means murdering her enemies.

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  25. 83. Spent the fifties growing up in south Florida.

    Remember spending much of the summer in Venetian Pool, was able to afford to on a dollar a week allowance.

    Teenager, first car a 49 Kaiser bought for 49 bucks. Tires, bare skins bought at a junk yard, gained a lot of experience dealing with blowouts. Gas around fifteen cents a gallon.

    Sixties, hitchhiked to NYC, married, daughter born. NYC, not the best place to raise a child so moved to Alaska.

    No regrets, life is good up here on top of the world.

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  26. Liberals hate the middle class and always have.

    Not really. They hate the FAMILY (and Church). So happens most FAMILIES are middle-class. Guess why?

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  27. You get what you are willing to kill for; nuff said.

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  28. ""This discontent is clearly related to the country’s recent decision to legalize same-sex marriage."

    Six years later schools are grooming kids for pedophiles. We were right then and we still are.

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  29. At this point bring back the 1970s, even! Beautiful article, and brilliant points, as usual.

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  30. "The people who came into your living room in the 1950s were men in suits and ties and women in dresses."

    Red Skelton once said that bad language was inappropriate in his performances because he considered himself a guest in people's living rooms.

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  31. I started watching "Have Gun Will Travel" just because it is so famous and I had never seen an episode. It is quite amazing: 30 min, black and white. No padding. Stories often start "in the middle" which is great.
    The other amazing thing is the level to which each episode is a sort of mini-civics lesson. The protagonist-the gunfighter for hire-is contantly sticking up for due process and equal treatment of all peoples. It really is weird compared to modern dramas: modern dramas always have an overt agenda of accusing some part of society of systemic corruption, and the govt is the ONLY remedy.

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  38. Second paragraph: “some are older than me”

    As you are a writer trained when proper English was required, I know that you know that it should be “than I”.
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  39. Second paragraph: “some are older than me”

    As you are a writer trained when proper English was required, I know that you know that it should be “than I”.
    When one uses the formulation “some are older than I am” one uses the correct case and avoids sounding like some old fuddy-duddy pedantic. Win-win

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