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Okay, I ll be the first to admit. Sometimes we do some silly things here at the Flyer. Heckfire, the pesky Fly is certainly responsible for more than his fair share of the silliness. But when the CA, our mighty daily up and does something just plain odd (on purpose anyway) it s a little bit disconcerting. This past Sunday, not one, but two regular columnists burned a fair amount of column space by quoting familiar TV theme songs. Religion columnist David Walters, showed great restraint by quoting only the first verse of the Beverly Hillbillies theme, while Captain Comics quoted the theme to Wonder Woman in it s entirety. But who can blame them? They re just good old boys, wouldn t change if they could, fightin the system like two modern day Robin Hoods.

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