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    L E’s Stories – “Baseball’s Perfect Warrior Is Baseball’s Perfect Knight.” – Tribute To “Stan The Man” Musial

    While putting the magnifying glass on the Louisiana Street Whiffleball League in Midland, Texas from 1953 to 1963….any observer would find…
    3 weeks ago

    L E’s Stories – “The King That Died On A Throne Of Porcelain” – Salute To Elvis Presley

    While Bone Daddy was growing up in West Texas during the 1950’s…..which was a place that was founded by ranch…
    February 27, 2021

    L E’s Stories – “Mr. Television Uncle Miltie Ruled Television In The 1950’s” – The Life And Times Of Milton Berle

    Every Tuesday night from 1948 to 1956, you could find Bone Daddy and his entire family (Pops, Granny, Lil Wally,…
    February 3, 2021

    L E’s Stories – “Could One Man Ever Be Loved More By So Many ?…. For All The Joy He Brought To The World” – Salute To The Fiddlin’ Man Johnny Gimble

    There is an old saying in Texas that goes something like this….“If you’re gonna play music in Texas….you better have…
    February 1, 2021

    L E’s Stories – “Well!….If It Isn’t A $30,000 Stradivarius, I’m Out $120” – Reflections Of Jack Benny: “The Undisputed Master Of Comedic Timing”

    During the years from 1932 to 1974, at the top of the ladder of the most popular comedians and entertainers…
    January 22, 2021

    L E’s Stories – “Lonesome George & Spooky Old Alice” – The Story of George Gobel

    One television program that Bone Daddy and his family watched religiously on a black and white TV with “rabbit ears” antenna from…
    January 18, 2021

    L E’s Stories – “One of America’s Most Cherished Entertainers Is A True San Antonio Rose” – The Story of Carol Burnett

    Is there any person in America who grew up watching television from 1967 to 1978….who hasn’t watched the Carol Burnett…
    January 7, 2021

    L E’s Stories – “The Button-Down Mind Of A Comic Genius” – Tribute To Comedian Bob Newhart

    It seems to me that the period from 1950 to 1990 was the Golden Age of Comedy….for this was a time…
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