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New method: Why not decide all bouts by seeing who can knock the referee out?
Someday maybe when Sam gets to be a big boy he will do some insisting too.
Great game! Who`s ahead?
No wonder some folks have to charge high for their peanuts.
The Great Gold Rush of 1922. (Subtitles): The discouraging year of 1921; and the long uncertain wait during the winter of 1921-1922; and in the early Spring after a winter of privation and hardships; and the long hard summer of 1922 with fortune within their grasp.
We still can't see anything the matter with it.
The fable of the stork and the fox. (Bottom): Once upon a time a stork and a fox, having gained a reputation for bull-headed enmity, decided to pull a series of get-together luncheons to show the public their kindly spirits. There upon the stork with great show of magnanimity invited the fox to dinner served in a long-necked urn where there was only room for his long bill to reach the savory viands; the fox, not to be outdone in generous hospitality, invited the stork to participate in a return benefit tea party which was served in a shallow saucer, in which the stork could only dip the end of his bill; whereupon each with a great air of injured innocence pointed to the ingratitude of the other; moral: we'll never get anywhere this way.
Sad but true.
Aren't the new developments in surgery wonderful?
Waiting for the rattle of coal down the chute. (Optional line): Looks as if an invitation to the operators wasn't quite enough.