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Farmer Gray is tooling down the road one fine day in 1981, and there ahead of him he sees Sam’s Appliance Store. Farmer Gray has had a heck of a wheat crop this year and he’s got $40,000 burning a hole in his pocket. On a whim, he goes into Sam’s. He’s worked hard this year; he figures he owes himself a toy.

Sam,” he says. “I’m all the way the heck out in the middle of nowhere. You got one of those forty, fifty foot TV antennas I could put up so I could get at least a little bit of TV? I hear this Happy Days thing is just terrific, but where I’m sitting, I can’t get anything on my set but the buzz from my wife’s Lady Schick.”

And old Sam, why he says, “I can do you one better, Farmer Gray. »

- Ricky

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