This is one of my favorite Don Knotts scenes from the Andy Griffith Show. I’ve loved this show since I was a kid, and I have more than 200 episodes in my own collection. I just watched this segment again today, and I’ll bet you a month’s salary that you can’t watch it all the way through without laughing out loud.
Of course, I should add that since I’m a freelance writer, my salary isn’t always the same every month. Sometimes it’s a lot, and sometimes its zero. So don’t waste your time trying to win the bet. It isn’t worth it. Just go ahead and laugh out loud. 🙂
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He has always been a favorite of mine, along with Tim Conway. Since I am retired, you can save your salary. I have enough to by my supplies so I can stay home. Stay safe and keep laughing. It helps pass the time. 🙂
I had a new experience this weekend. I experimented with Kroger’s Pick-up grocery order program. I’ve always said I didn’t want someone else getting my groceries because I’m pretty particular. I always feel all the fruit and veggies, and I always make sure all packages are in good shape and not torn open somewhere — and that dates are fresh. However, with our orders about not getting closer than 6 feet from people, I decided I didn’t want to have to spend an hour in the grocery store trying to stay away from a bunch of people, so I figured having a store employee select the stuff was okay this time. It actually worked pretty well. They were only completely out of one thing I ordered, and they had to make some substitutions on a few other things, but the substitutions they made were very reasonable. I think they genuinely put thought into it. So I may do that one more time before all this is over. The only problem was my bottled water, because I don’t like to drink the water from the faucet — sooooo much chlorine. Kroger is not making water or Kleenex available for pick-up. But our Walgreens pharmacy has those right now, and they let you park on the parking lot and they carry the stuff out and put it in your trunk while you stand out of the way. A very interesting way of life we’re living now.