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Isn't it great how a 'night without honour' can turn into a 'knight without armour' :-)Thanks Kittenlove and Kittystaff for the early morning smile.
You are right Kittystaff.....LOL.....I have a habit of mispelling.....thank you so kindly......night to knight....and sid to said, I caught one too. And it was "a knight without armor"....lol.
A favorite of mine. The quote might have been " a knight without honor in a savage land".
PALADIN.....it was one of my favorites in it's time. Richard Boone, a San Francisco gentleman hustler, and western gunslinger, but he had a calling card that sid "Have Gun Will Travel". The reruns are still on the tube. His theme song had the phrase...."a night without honor in a savage land". Good memories in a better time.
Oh I know for sure... you just repeat what the first person wrote :-)
That's for me to know and you to find out.....
Just hoping that the memory lets the old fogeys down once in a while, Chickiemama :-)
These are easy because you are dealing with a bunch of old fogeys. We remember.
@ Bentley: I really thought this was ever so difficult. I guess I'm underestimating the puzzlers.@ Mgbeheler: Indeed, Richard Boone it is.@ Pkin: It's weird. Whenever you give a correct answer, you do so as second person. Never as first :-) So I think you are always cheating :-)
Your getting soft by making them easy....
These are to easy starlord, make them more difficult next time:-)
Wow that was fast :-)Paladin, have gun will travel.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgvxu8QY01sAnd I thought nobody would ever find this one.Well done, Darse_et :-)