Polly materializes into the cabin. Maybe she’s an alien.
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With the Bob and Ray radio comedy team, Bob Elliot played the recurring character of news reporter, Wally Ballou. Ray Goulding played the character of the location engineer. I thought Bob and Ray were funny. Bob was the father of comedian/actor Chris Elliott.
I’m guessing that the crap in the shack is somehow acting as a receiver, despite the odds. It got me thinking, are space transmissions encrypted? Can anyone with the proper equipment listen in? Would they have to be within a certain area to pick up the transmissions? If it were possible to do so, I would assume that there would be some guy (it’s always a guy) doing it. In which case, the Sunday Moring Show should have done a story about it.
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Does that photographer look like a much less rotund Slim? If they are related good luck on getting any properly exposed, in focus shots.
Did anyone else notice the shout-out to Bob and Ray’s Wally Ballew, Ace Reporter?