|First Line After Theme Ends|
|Oh boy, oh boy, am I . . . |
New Haven - some 10 and 11 year old kids set a bulldozer in gear down the street. After climbing over a Cadillac, it goes halfway into a variety store.
This leads to a discussion about loose canons, rolling pianos and kid story about the time he was working at the steel mill and a freight car got out of control and crashed through a warehouse door. 'The railroad hods the steel mill together like a skeleton hold the body together.
Shep talks about 'style'. Most people have a certain style which seperates them from the rest. Writers have style which makes them recognizable after reading only a few lines.
Robert Service - Shep reads "The Cremation of Sam McGee" |
|No Limelight show on Christmas - there will be a studio show (Pre-recorded? Rerun?)|