This is, at least the third time I've had to "D"! Let's see if there is anything rolling around up in the attic. Oh, got one, uhm, false alarm I can't remember this character's last name. . . Dewey - Malcolm in the Middle.
Okay, not great but here we go - Don Messer of "Don Messer's Jubilee". A Canadian musical program in the 50 and early 60's for those who were in their 50's or early sixties!
Next time I see a "D" charactor needed I will not look upon it as a personal challenge that I must rise to.
"If a man has found nothing he's willing to die for, he is not ready to live"
DISCIPLINE MUST BE A HABIT SO INGRAINED THAT IT IS STRONGER THAN THE EXCITEMENT OF BATTLE OR THE FEAR OF DEATH. General George S. Patton
Laws that forbid the carrying of firearms, disarm only those who are neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes. Such laws make things worse for the assulted, and better for the assailants. They serve rather to encourge, than to prevent homicides. For an unarmed man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed man.