Dick Summer Connection

January 25th, 2022
If the number two pencil is the most popular pencil, how come it’s not number one?” Good question. Today’s podcast is about good questionsd what to do about them.

Dick Summer Connection

January 24th, 2022
There are LOTS of good questions. Today’s podcast says, “unfortunately, there are some not so good answers to some of those good questions.”

Dick Summer Connection

January 24th, 2022
There are LOTS of good questions. Today’s podcast says, “unfortunately, there are some not so good answers to some of those good questions.”

Dick Summer Connection

January 23rd, 2022
The magnificent George Carlin said, “Why are they called apartments when they’re all stuck together”? Good question. Today’s podcast says there are lots of good questions. Like “How come wrong numbers are never busy?” But be careful of how you answer certain questions.

Dick Summer Connection

January 22nd, 2022
Today’s podcast fetures the best singles bar pick up line…ever. It even beats, “Your eyes are as blue as the water in my toilet bowl.”

Dick Summer Connection

January 21st, 2022
Thank you for dropping in here on today’s podcast. It’s always good to have your ear—here. You’ve heard people say, “age is just a number.” And they’re wrong. Age is a lot more than just a number. For one thing it’s a good helping of been there done that

Dick Summer Connection

January 20th, 2022
Today’s podcast admits that I was born a long time ago. A comedian by the name of Sandy Baron was a friend of mine. He starred in a Broadway show that was based on the idea that he actually wore a neckless…and he wasn’t gay. And gay just meant happy.

Dick Summer Connection

January 19th, 2022
Today’s podcast admits that I was born before television, before penicillin, polio shots, frozen foods, contact lenses, frisbees, and The Pill. There was no radar, no credit cards, no ball point pens, no pantyhose.

Dick Summer Connection

January 18th, 2022
Today’s podcast says when I was growing up, there was a 5 & 10 cent store, and you could really buy things for a nickle. You could make a phone call from a pay phone for a nickle, and a nickle would buy you a ride on the subway or the street car. Ice cream cones were a nickle, and so were cokes.

Dick Summer Connection

January 17th, 2022
Today’s podcast says when I was a kid, the term, “making out” had to do with how you did on an exam in school. There were no Pizza Huts, no McDonalds, and there was no instant coffee. There was a 5 & 10 cent store, and you could really buy things for a nickle.