Imitation must be flattering . . .
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    Imitation must be flattering . . .

    So, I’m watching an old TV show from 1966, “The Green Hornet”, and one of the bad guy characters is watching the “new” show at the time Adam West’s “Batman” on his TV! His associate says “we got $2Million in narcotics to worry about and you’re watching Batman?”
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    Thanks a lot, daytona! I read your post and flashed back to being 14 years old for a moment, and now the theme from "Batman" is stuck in my mind. Consider yourself crossed off my Christmas gift list.
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    So, my binge of 10 Green Hornets back-to-back having “The Flight of the Bumblebee” stuck in my head not a fair trade for a childhood memory?

    And, something funny, during that scene, the TV was left on and the Batman theme played while the bad guys were discussing their plans.
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