Monthly Archives: November 2011

DFHC 11/30/2011

Who’s Eating Ask Cool Daddy? Dear Cool Daddy: I remember one year, you and Stolf were talking on the radio about the “cannibal” Christmas Tree. What in the world is the story behind that? Or shouldn’t I even ask? Gulp!  … Continue reading

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DFHC 11/28/2011

Dear Friends: Starting this week, Deep Fried Hoodsie Cups will be twice-weekly instead of daily…”Ask Cool Daddy” on Wednesdays…and “Genealogy 4 Baby Boomers” on Saturdays. I started this blog in September of 2010…and now, over 400 posts later, daily hits … Continue reading

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G4BB 45: Tree of David

Tree of David 45.1  Today we’re going to “use up” one of the coming attractions I mentioned a while back…Chart 103 shows some of descendants of King David…yes, the same David who slew Goliath with a rock as a mere … Continue reading

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DFHC 11/26/2011

Dear Cool Daddy: Whatever happened to the Terrible Triumvirate of kiddie Xmas singers…Jimmy “I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus” Boyd…Gayla “I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas” Peevey… and Barry “Nuttin’ for Christmas” Gordon?  …from Krissy in Bethlehem, PA.. Dear Krissy: … Continue reading

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DFHC 11/24 & 11/25/2011

Ask Cool Daddy Gets Wipped  Dear Cool Daddy: OK Mr. Productmeister, what can you tell us about the history and varieties of Reddi-wip? … from Frosty in Las Alamos, NM Dear Frosty: I can tell you some…like for instance, this … Continue reading

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DFHC 11/23/2011

TV GUIDE 3/29 – 4/4/1975 Always wondered how they could enforce that “buy 9 more selections (at regular Club prices) in the next 3 years”? My theory was that with their astronomical mark-ups, they could afford to give everybody in … Continue reading

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DFHC 11/22/2011

Ask Cool Daddy is  OUT  THERE Dear Cool Daddy: I seem to remember a comic strip from the 1960s that featured weird sight-gags, often with a sci-fi theme…called “Far Out” or something like that…ever heard of it?   …from Baron … Continue reading

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