Sarcasm and Silliness from a Windy City Cop
posted by SCC at 11:40 PM
Damn!!! #1 with a bullet (one bullet anyway)
RIP Thanks for the many years of entertainment and laughs.
i loved barney fife!!!!! i also love the area 2 gun team guys
Detective Ed Gorman is sadden by the passing of his grandfather, Barney Fife. Barney was the first police officer in the family and Ed has used many of the FIFE teaches in his fabbbbbbulous Detective years.
Will SCC please get rid of some of the above postings. They were made by the braindead. I worked with Don Knotts many years ago on a stage production. He was as a guy and as gentle a soul as you will ever meet.God Bless Deputy Fife. You can put that bullet away now.I can just imagine him talking to St. Peter, saying, "Weelllll now Pete, the way I see it..."
correction to above posting ..."as nice a guy as"
Along with Andy Griffin,Barney was the father of CAPS. R.I.P. Mayberry's finest.
Ill partner with Barney in Heaven!
Thats not right, P.O. Kirby is now working in the suburbs as a boss.
Crimephile says:I worked with Don Notts in a local drama club production of "Fiddler on the Roof". I am a name dropping, left leaning,self-aggrandizing, chump. Oh, by the way, read my blog.
R.I.P. Barney Fife! Your tour of duty has ended. The citizens of Maybery thank you.Enjoy your WELL deserved rest.We all know that the streets of Heaven are safer now with you on the beat.
Isnt true Barney FIFF, IN REAL LIFE WAS Joe Deleonardi?
I can't believe nobody mentioned him as Mr. Furley! Sad to see you go "R.F". Just don't knock on my door or dance on my floor anytime soon!
The Amazing Mr. Lipus. best movie with don knots find it for your kids.
Joe DiLeonardi...HA! HA!Is he still selling memberships to his fan club? I guess if you put a beat-up fedora and a pinky ring Barney Fife he could have been Joey D. HA!
THE GHOST & MR. CHICKENTHE BEST; STILL FUNNYR.I.P.
While neither Barney Fife nor Joe D were the sharpest knives in the drawer and despite their shared incompetence, Barney was a nice guy.
I sure will miss you, John Murray. I loved you in the incredible Mr. Limpet
FIFE still lives. He's a lt. in callback (KONLICKS). Looks just like him. NIPPIT NIPPIT NIPPIT in the BUD!
If I could throw a rock as far as Heaven, I would crash one through god’s house just past the gates and St.Peter to let em Know Barney is on his way!God Bless,Ernest T. Bass
I'm heading over to the Regal Beagle and tipping a frosty one to Mr. Furley! I can finally nail Mrs. Furley the way she's always wanted!
Hey Jack, it was Mrs. Roper that always wanted to get porked. You're thinking of Stanley. Wrong landlord.
LMAO @ Poster:"...Crimephile says:I worked with Don Notts in a local drama club production..."I heard Crimefile was bragging that he was the stand-in fish for the Incredible Mr. Limpit...
About forty years ago I remember being marched out of class during the middle of the day at St. Philomena School and down North Kedvale Street to the Tiffin Theater to see "The Incredible Mr. Limpet". That was good, not great, but good cinema. Not an Oscar winner but still memorable. The movies are always a reflection of the times from which they emenate. It's so disappointing to think about the T and A crap my daughters see today thats passed along as suitable for children today-read Hillary Duff, where adolescents are thrust into adult romantic roles. Now when I think all is hopeless I can at least reflect on movies that were entertaining back then, and buy the DVD'S for the kids today. Don't mean to be maudlin, it happens everytime I clean my 92FS. Save Yourself-Vote McCain!
Wear the black band on the star for Barney.RIP, the best FTO around
I've been away from there for years...do they still call 020..."Mayberry"?
today is the 28th of feb---happy "PUNCHKI DAY " barney fife. this one is for you. God Bless.