Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Bilko Logic.


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I have a logical mind. I think in terms of logic; rarely of emotion.

Frankly I blame this on watching too much Bilko.



31 comments:

  1. I think Sergeant Bilko was before my time. Wasn't he always trying to "bilk" people out of their belongings and avoid working? Anyway, I'm not sure what Bilko Logic is.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. He always had some scheme going; usually based on some crazy but logical idea.

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  2. Oh My Goodness, I remember watching Sargent Bilko.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Even the above picture makes me laugh.

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  3. Oh, Cro, now you're really delving back into the dim distant past !
    My father would never let us watch anything American on TV, so we'd have to watch when he wasn't around. We heard about Bilko but not sure if we ever managed to watch the show.

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    1. My people didn't have TV until quite late, so I suppose I must have seen him on re-plays.

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  4. Took me a while to work out Top Cat was Bilko! x

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    1. I seem to remember that all the Top Cat characters were based on Bilko and friends.

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  5. I have never seen Bilko on our tv so I do not know any of the scenes, but the above picture makes me smile. Laughter is a good medicine. Greetings Maria x

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    1. There are probably some shows on YouTube, but it may not seem so funny these days.

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  6. I can't remember much of the show, but I do remember that I thought it was funny.

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  7. Loved ' The Phil Silver's Show ' and all that went on at Fort Baxter. I remember Doberman and the poor, suffering Colonel Hall ...... we loved it in our family.
    ..... and Topcat was brilliant ..... although it was for children there were so many adult references !!! XXXX

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    1. I suppose Col' Hall was Officer Dibble.

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    2. Doberman was my favourite. I loved it and watching it was one of my best childhood memories with my brother who yesterday had a stroke so all of this has made me a mixture of happy and sad today.

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    3. Oh dear... I hope things go well for him. x

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  8. Pure comic genius; much preferred it to things like Laurel and Hardy, Abbot and Costello, and the Three Stooges.

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  9. Bilko!! You brought a 1950s smile to my face.

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  10. Thank you so much for propelling me back to lots of childhood laughter. Viva Bilko!

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  11. Reminds me of my father. We got our first television in 1955 and I can well remember him laughing loudly as he watched. Now that I am reading his letters to my mother during the war, which were full of shenanigans and anecdotes of what he got up to, I have a greater understanding of why he loved that show!

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    1. I'm sure the army was like that. My father was commissioned into the army quite late into the war as an Army Accountant; he discovered all sorts of scams.

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    1. I live with someone who's probably like you.

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  13. Try the emotion once in a while...i'll blow your mind

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