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Old 05-11-2006, 12:07 PM   #301
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Default PAUL LYNDE

was always hilarious

i wish he had not died so young
he would been great to see in old age in the 2000s

can u imagine the comedy he'd be doing now??
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IMO, the entire run of the original Hollywood Squares was great. All the quips from Rose Marie, Charley Weaver, Vincent Price, George Gobel, Wally Cox. etc. But Paul was always my favorite. I also, regret he died at such a young age. Perhaps these days, he'd be giving Dame Edna a run for her money!

I've met Rose Marie & she still "has the goods". Very witty & quick.

And all the fun that was had with "Dicker & Dicker of Beverly Hills" (which still exists, BTW!)

Also, I always remember them (Hollywood Squares) advertising Lola Falana appearing at the Tropicana. As a young teen in the midwest, the Tropicana sounded truly exotic. Several years ago, while in Vegas (after the advent of the 'casinos-big-as-cities'), I HAD to walk through the Tropicana and was sorely disappointed. It was so tiny & unimpressive, compared to the new ones. But I guess that's why most (all?) of the legendary, old casinos are gone, now.
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i cannot believe that there is no biography on lynde

i mean its a great story, his career, his childhood, being OUT way back then when it meant career suicide for so many

and his tragic (apparently sex and drug related) death

its the kind of story that soap operas use
but no book on the man?
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As a young teen in the midwest, the Tropicana sounded truly exotic. Several years ago, while in Vegas (after the advent of the 'casinos-big-as-cities'), I HAD to walk through the Tropicana and was sorely disappointed. It was so tiny & unimpressive, compared to the new ones. But I guess that's why most (all?) of the legendary, old casinos are gone, now.

THIS IS SO TRUE

last time i was in Vegas (in the last year) its sad how many of the classic casinos are gone

AND they are now going to tear down the STARDUST in 2007 to rebuild it bigger and allegedly better. About all that is left is the Frontier and the Alladin (but thats not the original, it was totally rebuilt too!)

I wish that more people in Vegas would pay attention to the history and not just be interested in what new cheezy gimmick casino there can be now---- does anyone really care if a casino looks like a pyramid or like a pirate ship?
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i cannot believe that there is no biography on lynde

i mean its a great story, his career, his childhood, being OUT way back then when it meant career suicide for so many

and his tragic (apparently sex and drug related) death

its the kind of story that soap operas use
but no book on the man?
Ah, but there is!

www.PaulLyndeStory.com

(If it's not at your local library, there are several copies on Ebay.)
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THIS IS SO TRUE

last time i was in Vegas (in the last year) its sad how many of the classic casinos are gone

AND they are now going to tear down the STARDUST in 2007 to rebuild it bigger and allegedly better. About all that is left is the Frontier and the Alladin (but thats not the original, it was totally rebuilt too!)

I wish that more people in Vegas would pay attention to the history and not just be interested in what new cheezy gimmick casino there can be now---- does anyone really care if a casino looks like a pyramid or like a pirate ship?
Yeah, the last time I was in Vegas (Oct 2004), it was at "Lake Las Vegas", a new development on the outskirts which (at least at that time) was so totally anti-Vegas it was scary. (The place actually closed down (casino too!) and was dark in the middle of the night!) I didn't have the chance to get to the strip, so although I know they are tearing down the few remaining legendary casinos, I didn't get a chance to check out which ones still existed at that time. It's so sad, when you think of the history (good & bad).
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AND they are now going to tear down the STARDUST in 2007 to rebuild it bigger and allegedly better. About all that is left is the Frontier and the Alladin (but thats not the original, it was totally rebuilt too!)
Yeah, the Frontier has to go (I was just out there last week). It's old, small and has nothing to draw the people into it.

Vegas has to keep changing, adapting to new styles and attracting new visitors. If it was the same 40 casinos, year after year, people would get a bit bored. But one major change I've noticed over the last 10 years is the movement away from the 'family friendly' atmosphere, to the upper scale adult only. They finally figured out that if you're out there with your kids, you're not gambling! DUH!! The only hotels with any family oriented attractions anymore is Circus Circus (has to be upgraded soon!!) and Excalibur. The only 'original' Vegas is pretty much downtown on Fremont street.

Me, I don't care for any of that - just as long as they have good blackjack, Pai Gow, and Texas Hold'em, I'm good!
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no padre, i actually stayed at the Frontier a few months back
it IS small, it is NOTHING Fancy, that is why i like it

its REAL VEGAS with history, i could go on for hours about the history there

i like it like that, maybe im just a dork, but it means more to me that Sinatra or Reagan stayed on the floor im at, at a small, dinky casino

than whether or not it has the newest SIEGREID and ROY exhibit


PLUS the frontier still has a GILLEYS bar inside!!!


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You're most welcome!

PS - it's kind of sad, since that's the life Paul led. It's not like he was Raymond Burr & lived quietly with the same companion for 30 years & had a vineyard. But Joe Florenski is known to be very factual, so AFAIK, it's all true.
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Also, for you Lynde fans, there is a guy (Michael Airington - http://www.paullynde.info/MAirington.htm
) who has reincarnated Lynde's one man show he did instead of summer stock one year (I forget which year). Here's info on the DVD:

http://image-entertainment.com/detai...roductID=35866

And there are plans for a feature film on Paul's life (featuring Michael as Paul). The script is being edited & no set dates for filming, yet. So maybe in a year or so. (These things are slow.)
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Peter Marshall: Can breathing in and out of a paper bag help stop anything?
George Gobel: If it's filled with wine it can stop me from shaking.

Peter Marshall: True or false...a pea can last as long as 5,000 years.
George Gobel: Boy it sure seems that way sometimes...

Peter Marshall: If the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman were to have a baby, would it be a bionic baby?
George Gobel: Yes, but it would require three doctors, a ground crew and a disposable net.

Peter Marshall: While visiting China, your tour guide starts shouting "Poo! Poo! Poo!"
What does that mean?
George Gobel: Cattle crossing.
(laughter and applause dies down)
Peter Marshall: Aren't you ashamed?
George Gobel: I really am.

Peter Marshall: What is the definition of the word "Gobbledygook?"
George Gobel: That's the stuff that crusts over in turkeys' eyes when they're asleep.

Peter Marshall: According to an old song, you should "Wrap all your troubles in..." What?
George Gobel: Furs...and tell her to stop calling your house!

Peter Marshall: One Frenchman in seven makes his living making something. Making what?
George Gobel: Making love to the lady tourists.

Peter Marshall: Does the Secret Service have any women?
George Gobel: Of course, who do you think performs the secret service?

Peter Marshall: Back in the old days, when Great Grandpa put horseradish on his head, what was he trying to do?
George Gobel: Get it in his mouth.

Peter Marshall: True or false, George...experts say there are only seven or eight things in the world dumber than an ant.
George Gobel: Yes, and I think I voted for six of 'em.

Peter Marshall: According to the Reverend Billy Graham, what sin have you committed if drink too much?
George Gobel: Gluttony. The neighbors say I ate their cat.

Peter Marshall: If you find someone lying unconscious in the street, should you do anything?
George Gobel: I'd probably crawl around him I guess.

Peter Marshall: According to Shakespeare, what acquaints a man with strange bedfellows?
George Gobel: The tall dude in the purple hat.

Peter Marshall: What is the most popular place in America that people want to visit?
George Gobel: It's right down the hall, to the right and has a sign on the door.

Peter Marshall: Is it possible to housebreak an elephant?
George Gobel: Yes, but don't try it during a newspaper strike.

Peter Marshall: According to Dear Abby, how long is the average honeymoon?
George Gobel: Forty-seven minutes.

Peter Marshall: What did Anita Bryant do for her talent competition in the Miss America contest?
George Gobel: Punch the hairdresser.

Peter Marshall: True or false, pickles and martinis don't taste as good to people with dentures?
George Gobel: Well, you can get along without dentures.

Peter Marshall: True or false, the dining room of the House of Representatives in Congress
serves 10-12 gallons of beans every day?
George Gobel: And they go pass... (laughter) legislation!

Peter Marshall: True or false, the Pope believes the Vatican might be bugged?
George Gobel: And he also believes that 18 minutes of the new testament are missing.

Peter Marshall: According to The Cosmo Girl's Book Of Ettiquette, what does Helen Gurley
Brown say you should put in your bra to attract men?
George Gobel: A copy of Sports Illustrated.

Peter Marshall: True or false, a Florida man was recently fined 75 cents to pay for the bullet
police fired at him?
George Gobel: Yeah, and they didn't have change for a dollar, so they shot him two more times.

Peter Marshall: What do you call a cow that won't give milk?
George Gobel: Hamburger.

Peter Marshall: True or false, drinking alcohol reduces the amount of male hormones in your body?
George Gobel: You can't scare me!

Peter Marshall: According to the People's Almanac, what do they call it when one person is
engaged in kissing, fondling, and caressing with another person?
George Gobel: In show business, we call it an interview.

Peter Marshall: What was Rudyard Kipling describing when he wrote about a "rag-a-bone" and a
"hank-a-hair?"
George Gobel: His unsuccessful attempt to shoot his wife out of a cannon.

Peter Marshall: Is it possible for a man to get an annulment if he can prove that he was drunk
during the wedding ceremony?
George Gobel: Well, I thought of that, but by the time I sobered up, we had been married 23 years.

Peter Marshall: According to flag ettiquette, how does a woman show her respect for the
American flag?
George Gobel: She picks up a sailor

Peter Marshall: True or false, some fish moo?
George Gobel: Some fish moo?
Peter: Moo like a cow. Moo, yeah.
George: Well then, conversely if you held a cow underwater it would drown. I'd say turnabout is fair play.

Peter Marshall: According to weather statistics, where is the wettest spot on Earth?
George Gobel: Uh, the parking lot at Busch Gardens.

Peter Marshall: Is it possible for a man to get an annulment if he can prove that he was drunk during the wedding ceremony?
George Gobel: Well, I thought of that, but by the time I sobered up, we had been married 23 years.

Peter Marshall: When are you considered an old man in Japan?
George Gobel: When you have to get your doctor's permission to bow.

Peter Marshall: According to Dear Abby, it's nature's signal that something is wrong. What is it? George Gobel: When your son starts waxing his legs.

Peter Marshall: According to legend, what one thing was Noah's wife not willing to do?
George Gobel: Sunbathe amongst the anteaters.

Peter Marshall: According to Shakespeare's "Seven Ages Of Man", what is he after he's been a lover?
George Gobel: Poot.
Peter Marshall: That's who gave us the word "poot", eh? Shakespeare?
George Gobel: Well, he gave us a lot of good words.
Peter Marshall: He sure did.
George Gobel: He's quite a man.

Peter Marshall: True or false, there is a magazine called "The Corsets & Underwear Revue"? George Gobel: I was reading that before Playboy came out.

Peter Marshall: Dear Abby says it's the single reason most people go to an X-rated movie. What is it?
George Gobel: Well, in the first place, they can't believe their eyes the first 20 or 30 times.

Peter Marshall: True or false, there is a Catholic parrish in Las Vegas that holds services in a topless discotheque?
George Gobel: Yes, and there's a sign that says "Do not tip or touch the choir".

Peter Marshall: True or false, massaging the feet helps some people with hot flashes?
George Gobel: So that's why Rose Marie wears battery-operated shoes.
Rose Marie: OH! I KNEW YOU WERE GOING TO SAY THAT! I KNEW IT!!

Peter Marshall: Years ago, American Indians tied small pine trees to their feet, and thereby invented what?
George Gobel: Shoe trees.

Peter Marshall: According to beauty experts at Seventeen magazine, what is the major cause of crows feet?
George Gobel: God made them so crows could dance.

Peter Marshall: According to an article in the Dayton Daily News, it's the most universal reaction in men after they've gotten their divorce. What is it?
George Gobel: Relief.

Peter Marshall: According to "The People's Handbook Of Medical Care", it's the single-most important factor in letting you know that something is wrong with you. What is it?
George Gobel: It's when people pass you on the street, and go "YECCH!"
Peter: That would do it I think.

Peter Marshall: You have some lipstick on your collar. Will treating it with petroleum jelly help? George Gobel: I'm gonna have a hard enough time explaining the lipstick!

Peter Marshall: Traditionally, on Ground Hog Day, what is the ground hog looking for when he comes out of his hole?
George Gobel: Well, anything except a speeding lawn mower.

Peter Marshall: According to French wine experts, was 1969 a good, or a bad year for wine? George Gobel: Now this has got to be a trick question because there's never been a bad year for wine.

Peter Marshall: According to Father Lester's column, is there ever, EVER a time when it is permissible to punch somebody in the mouth?
George Gobel: Well, yeah. Like if he backs into the church's new Chevy wagon.

Peter Marshall: According to the celebrated Masters & Johnson, ther are about four or five thousand places offering sex therapy in America today. Now, according to Masters & Johnson, do they feel that most of them are doing a really good job?
George Gobel: Well, not the ones where you don't have to leave your car.

Peter Marshall: The Pittsburgh Press calls it a combination of the Jitterbug, the Cha-cha, and the Mambo. What do you call it?
George Gobel: A short in my electric blanket.

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10. Drinks two gallons of marine varnish a week

9. Begins every sentence with "Back when I was sane..."

8. Shouts "Watch this -- you don't need a hammer if you have a steel plate in your skull."

7. Same project semester after semester: Make your own coffin

6. Favorite game: Fill my pants with sawdust

5. Guns 'N' Roses recorded one of his songs.

4. He's built himself a plywood girlfriend.

3. If someone loses a finger, everyone loses a finger.

2. Arranges bandsaw safety demonstration by Lorena Bobbitt

1. Calls the drill press "Mommy"

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1. "Text is useless. I use it to kill roaches in my room."



2. "He teaches like Speedy Gonzalez on a caffeine high."



3. "In class, the syllabus is more important than you are."



4. "Help! I've fallen asleep and I can't wake up!"



5. "Text makes a satisfying 'thud' when dropped on the floor."



6. "The class is worthwhile because I need it for the degree."



7. "His blackboard technique puts Rembrandt to shame"



8. "Textbook is confusing...someone with a knowledge of English should
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9. "Have you ever fallen asleep in class and awoke in another? That's the
way I felt all term."



10. "This class was a religious experience for me...I had to take it all on
faith."



11. "The recitation instructor would make a good parking lot attendant.
Tries to tell you where to go, but you can never understand him."



12. "Problems sets are a decoy to lure you away from potential exam
material."



13. "Recitation was great. It was so confusing that I forgot who I was, where
I was, and what I was doing--It's a great stress reliever."



14. "He is one of the best teachers I have had...He is well-organized,
presents good lectures, and creates interest in the subject. I hope my
comments don't hurt his chances of getting tenure."



15. "I would sit in class and stare out the window at the squirrels. They've
got a cool nest in the tree."



16. "The absolute value of the TA was less than epsilon."



17. "TA steadily improved throughout the course...I think he started drinking
and it really loosened him up."



18. "Information was presented like a ruptured fire hose--spraying in all
directions--no way to stop it."



19. "I never bought the text. My $60 was better spent on the Led Zeppelin
tapes that I used while doing the problem sets"



20. "What's the quality of the text? 'Text is printed on high quality
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21. "The course was very thorough. What wasn't covered in class was covered
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1. PMS is every woman's perogative. It is always a good enough excuse for
anything, and take advantage of it whenever possible.



2. Don't be afraid to gossip. It is your responsibility to make sure your
friends are well-informed about the latest happenings.



3. You may change your mind whenever you wish.



4. Never give a direct answer when a man asks you a question.



5. It is not wrong to withold sex to get what you want.



6. Always ask a guy "What are you thinking?" after sex.



7. If he doesn't call, take it as the most personal of insults.



8. Never believe "I love you" if it comes before sex.



9. Always wear matching bra and panties for the first few dates, then you can s
witch to the comfortable old palin white cotton once you have impressed him
with the stylishness of your underwear.



10. ALWAYS say that he is the best you've ever had.



11. Fake orgasms when necessary.



12. Find a "cute giggle". Practice it constantly.



13. Learn to toss your hair around, even if it's short.



14. Never admit that your're not a real blonde.



15. Shopping always makes you feel better.



16. When with a group of girls, it is customary to talk particularly about the
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17. Always try to set up your single female friends with your single male friends.



18. Never forget that men are pigs.



19. Jeans: the tighter the better.



20. The fact that you menstruate makes it okay to bitch as much as you want
about anything you want.



21. Criticize every other woman behind her back.



22. Never reveal the full extent of your intelligence to a man.



23. Pretend that you can't do certain "guy" things like change a flat tire.
It's even okay to calim that you can't pump gasoline or check the oil.
Helpless females make a guy feel macho.



24. If a guy really cares about you, he should be able to read your mind. You
needn't have to explain yourself, ever. And he should know what's expected
of him without you saying anything.



25. Be a tease.



26. Men always want to know how they compare to the last guy you were with.
Always say "Your're not as well hung as my last boyfriend."



27. Never dutch treat.



28. If he doesn't spend money on you, don't waste your time.



29. Guys like to see you flirt with their friends.



30. Develop a "cute butt" scale and use it to rate every guy's butt that you see.



31. Never go to the ladies room alone, if you can help it.



32. Carry feminine hygiene products with you wherever you go, and don't be shy
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33. Always announce to everyone when you are on the rag.

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