As god is my witness

This appeal from a good friend crossed my desk this morning, by all means contact Alison if you’d like to get in on the action, but I just immediately recalled another speculative helicopter stunt:

As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly!!!”
— Arthur Carlson, WKRP

> — “Alison C. Issen” [alissen@earthlink.net]
> wrote:
> > Hello Friends. Hospice of the Comforter is
> > holding one of their annual fundraisng events
> > on May 27, the Golf Ball Drop. Participants
> > buy tickets for $5 each which puts their name
> > on a golf ball. The day of the event, all golf
> > balls are dropped from a helicopter over a
> > green, and whoever’s ball lands in the hole
> > wins $1000. The great thing about this is that
> > every ticket you buy also includes a $5 coupon
> > for Publix, so you can make your money back at
> > the grocery store while still having the
> > opportunity to win grand prize. The money
> > raised by Hospice of the Comforter is used to
> > pay for services not covered by Medicare,
> > Medicaid, or Insurance, and for those patients
> > who are not covered by any insurance. No one
> > is ever denied hospice services because of
> > inability to pay.
> > I am selling tickets if anyone is interested.
> > Just give me a call or e-mail by May 25, and
> > I’ll find a way to get them to you. Thanks for
> > listening, and if this is not a good time to
> > consider this donation, please, don’t even give
> > it another thought. Alison
>

One thought on “As god is my witness”

  1. That was a very funny episode on a very funny sitcom. Too bad it was so short-lived. Note, though, that the “dumb” blonde receptionist was not “Lonnie” but Loni Anderson — then married to Burt Reynolds. Max

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