Boldly Going Nowhere
Bret Burquest

Rich Fictional Characters

Posted Tuesday, November 18, 2014, at 5:29 PM
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  • While viewing number seven above, I thought of something I heard lately, and was wondering if Brett or someone else could verify:

    The highest rated show on PBS in Alabama is, The Beverly Hillbillies.

    Now concerning a couple of others listed above.

    I am happy to hear Santa's name mentioned, even if it was in vain.

    When Clark morphs into Superman, he does so not only to fight crime, but also to strike a blow for equality.

    Things aren't always as they seem is pretty much what I took home from watching Superman.

    -- Posted by Happy in the Ozarks on Wed, Nov 19, 2014, at 8:38 AM
  • How'd you Bret leave off

    11) Spurned Duality?


    Was it simply his "long record of alleged misdemeanors" or, his *reputed list of former residences? I know the postal authorities - and Treasury especially - have long suspected Spurned's listing Kansas City, Miami and Los Angeles Post Office boxes, [CIA-Grade facial recognition software *verified as reliable* appearances in the vicinity of Kennesaw Georgia] Blues Clubs on Beale Street, *shady flights under the radar seemingly from Arizona to Cuba combining mid-air refueling in St. Paul airspace, and most recently "Reports Alleging General Delivery Arkansas" as somewhat reliable have all led - taken in combination with Mr. Duality's known investments in cryogenics technology - to the almost inescapable conclusion Howard Hughes has to be now considered worthy of having his place reserved on Post Office 'Be On The Lookout' clipboards as one of;

    "The 10 Most Wanted FBI Fictionals."

    -- Posted by HDucker on Wed, Nov 19, 2014, at 5:46 PM
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