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Rescued by the Lone Ranger ... by C.L. Beck

Here it is another Moan-day ... and who do we have to save us from the Moan-day blues? Why, the Lone Ranger, of course!

This video runs about 4 minutes, but the story is really funny which makes it well worth watching. Especially on a Moan-day.



And before you head out to do your normal Moan-day duties, let me ask you this ... who was your favorite hero as a kid? The Lone Ranger? Roy Rogers? Ninja Turtles? Or someone else?

19 comments:

Melanie said...

Wonder Woman was my hero. I LOVED her outfit and invisible plane. Now, there isn't enough money in the world to pay me to get into her outfit.

Watchman said...

My favorite? Paladin. As a kid, Vigilantism always enticed my imagination. But in real life, vigilantism always turns into battles between the McCoys and the Hatfields. "You wronged my papa. Now you gonna pay". Now, how many people are old enough to remember Paladin? Maybe I should say my favorite was Papa Smurf.

Taffy said...

That was a funny video! I think I'll post it on my blog too!
My favorite hero? Hmmm...
Wonder Woman? Bionicle Woman?
Wonder twins-activate!
Marie Osmond?
I don't know :)

Angie said...

LOL. That was funny and just right for a Monday. My childhood heroes? The Dukes of Hazzard. Really. That's kind of embarrassing.

Connie Hall said...

The Lone Ranger really was one of my heros. My brother and I use to listen to him on the radio for hours. Years later, my aunt lived a block away from the Perry Hotel in Kanab where he use to stay while doing movies in southern Utah. It was exciting to hangout around the Hotel so we good see him and Tonto. Usually they didn't have their costume on, but you could still tell who they were.

CL Beck, author said...

Mel: I'm pretty sure you'd look great in a Wonder Woman outfit! It's the invisible plane that would worry me.Just how much of you would be invisible inside that? Would we only see your bones? :)

CL Beck, author said...

Taffy: With all those heroes in mind, it seems to me you could just pick one for each day of the week! And I love that you included Marie Osmond ... she'd probably like to know that right now, with the way things are going for her. (Seriously, Candace can probably tell you how to let her know, if you decided you wanted to do that.)

CL Beck, author said...

Watchman: Oh my gosh, I loved Paladin! It was such a cool show.

No way you should pick Papa Smurf over Paladin!

CL Beck, author said...

Angie: Dukes of Hazzard! I love that answer. My almost middle-aged son loved that show and would get the biggest kick out of it.

Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

Melinda said...

That's why I don't get stoned! If you are, people don't believe you and you have to take along the Lone Ranger just so they'll take you seriously!!! That was funny.

Kathi Oram Peterson said...

Cindy, if I told you that I'd be telling my age. Let's just say I was a sucker for a hero with a mask and leave it at that. ;0)

CL Beck, author said...

Connie: You mean you actually got to meet the Lone Ranger and Tonto? Now that is really cool! :)

CL Beck, author said...

Melinda: You had me laughing ... just one more reason not to use drugs, so you don't have to drag the Lone Ranger around with you. :)

CL Beck, author said...

Kathi: A sucker for a mask, huh? Well that leaves the field pretty wide open, with the exception of maybe Papa Smurf, as mentioned by Watchman! :)

Cathy Witbeck said...

My hero would have to be Captain Kirk. I would rush home from school to watch Star Trek. "Beam me up, Scotty. There's no intelligent life down here."

Anonymous said...

That was one funny story! Do you think the guy got the light fixed? Or did he get him a new volvo? I guess back in those days instead of designated driver, they had "designated Hero"?

My favorite hero, maybe Rin-tin-tin (I don't even know if it's the same name in English, that's what he was called in Mexico. It was a very smart dog -German Shepherd). I also enjoyed the Bionicle woman (and man!), Wonder Woman, Charlie's Angels and Starsky and Hutch. Wow! Does that show age, or what?!

Thank you again, for my beautiful card!!

Rosa Griffin

Carol L. said...

Well I'm going to date myself now :) But I loved Cheyenne with Clint Walker. He was a handsome bigger then life Hero. And many many years later, I watch reruns on our Western channel. There you have it. But I did like The Lone Ranger as well.
Carol L.
Lucky4750@aol.com

Slamdunk said...

I was a big Aquaman fan. Holding your breath that long would be a great way to see life underwater.

Anna Maria Junus said...

See what I missed by not getting herbed up. I could have been driving around busting bad drivers with the Lone Ranger.

I vote for Marie Osmond too. Any girl that can keep eight men in line is a hero.