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yogi
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After posting bond in Arkansas, Pastor Berkley was indicted by a Lauderdale County, Tennessee grand jury on two counts of rape, four counts of aggravated statutory rape, sexual battery by an authority figure and statutory rape by an authority figure. ...

“One of the victims told police Berkley had taken him to the funeral home where he worked part time and showed him a dead body,” the Harrison Daily reported. “The victim said Berkley had stored marijuana in a very expensive casket he didn’t think people could afford to buy.”
What kind of person would do this sort of thing?
The charges date to the time Berkley worked as a pastor at Victory Baptist Church in Henning, Tennessee.
http://www.rawstory.com/2017/08/pastor- ... ed-police/

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How did he get to become a Pastor?
Sick,sick F

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That was my first though. How was this possible?

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well it happened here with the BBC for over ten years which is why I refuse to purchase a tv licence..

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I'm guessing every nook and cranny in the world has it's share of perverts. You certainly don't want to OD on bad news, but keeping informed is probably a good idea.

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I would certainly be wary about children being alone with strangers..
Parents always have to be on their guard much more than ever..

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Brilliant Yogi!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQaNeIecJkE
not seen that since the 70's....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMPsDEMSpOU

you've cheered me up after that grotesque story..

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Was not a Hawaii 5-0 fan, but did watch Cannon religiously. That was in the days before computers. I don't watch much television in my old age.

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Did you watch Ellery Queen?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ANyEP1K-ygw

:cool:

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I recognize the theme music, but oddly enough I don't recall much about the television show. I do recall the series being on radio in the days before television became readily available. Looking back from today it seems very strange that people could sit around and listen to a dialog without visuals for any length of time.

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I think it's really much better as you use your imagination more,
Comedy on radio is very funny as it doesn't have to be all visual ....
I don't own a television so radio is essential...

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There are such things as sight gags.

Not all the characters who migrated from radio to television were successful precisely due to the imagination radio listeners were forced to use. The television personality didn't always match the image one had of the same radio personality.

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slapstick?
I've got a face for radio...

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I recall listening religiously to a radio program called Hopalong Cassidy. It was a Western adventure series about cowboys and Indians. When Hopalong moved over to television, I lost interest in it. He just wasn't the guy I imagined him to be.

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:lol: :lol: :lol:

Do you remember Dick Barton?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXugAiYcQlk

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that must be British. I don't recall ever seeing that.

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It's from eons ago ...British? aye Laddie!

Round the Horne..this was huge in it's day....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4VaXsXCJ4M

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i was driving into the city ca 1980 with the kids in the back of the van. the radio was playing Lone Ranger and the eldest piped up "we don't need the TV after all, i can see it all in my head!"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zm0QQDMoRPU

as a bonus, you get charlie. :lol:

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