Arthur youve gotta be kidding
You’ve gotta be kidding me
PBS Kids’ Arthur assists children with decision-making skills. Read each scenario, choose a potential solution, and check to see if your choice was right. The game gives explanations for why it is a successful idea, or why it isn’t. Each correct decision leads to another step closer to the tree house, which is the game’s ultimate goal. Since the situations are those that children will experience regularly, they provide an ideal opportunity for parents and teachers to explore potential outcomes. thanks to netTrekker
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Former Deputy House Majority Leader Arthur Turner Sr. was remembered by a lieutenant, who informed him that the warrant was for a man of the same name who had tattoos on both sides, was 36 years younger, and was several inches taller than Turner. “‘This warrant is completely inappropriate for you.’” He said something, Turner recalled.
Over the weekend, two Chicago Police officers wrongly believed a warrant had been released for the arrest of a former high-ranking state representative and arrested him less than two miles from his West Side house.
Turner, 69, left his North Lawndale home on Saturday to go to a suburban car dealership to pick up a new Ford F-150 pickup truck. He also made a point of wearing a shirt that read “Friends of Chicago Police” that he had picked up at a golf outing a few years earlier.
“I was heading to the suburbs to pick up my new car, and I was thinking to myself, ‘Just in case this old car breaks down on me, you know, and I have to deal with a suburban cop, I want them to know that I’m a friend of law enforcement,’” Turner clarified.
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Sandra Dee had a difficult year in 1967. She had outgrown the youthful character that had made her popular by the time she was in her mid-twenties. Her contract with Universal, the last of the studio era, had expired a few years ago, and she was ready to move on to the next stage of her career. Sandra Dee’s cutesy image was impossible for the public to let go of, and when her husband Bobby Darin abandoned her during the filming of Doctor, You’ve Got to be Kidding! (1967), it seemed as though that image would be permanently shattered. Her acting career came to a natural end at this stage. Sandra Dee starred in a few more films, including Rosie (1967) and The Dunwich Horror (1970), as well as other film and television roles, but she was no longer a movie star. Despite this, I refuse to see Doctor, You’ve Got to be Kidding (1967) as something other than a nice, kooky film that captured the final moments of an on-screen personality who has captivated and charmed us for many years.
The MGM film Doctor, You’ve Got to be Kidding is based on the novel Three for a Wedding by Patte Wheat Mahan and directed by Peter Tewksbury (originally intended for Charles Walters). The plot of the tale will be nothing without a slew of zany antics to keep the audience entertained. It all begins with a mad dash to the hospital. Heather Halloran (Sandra Dee) is about to give birth, but the child’s father is still unknown. Her three suitors are vying to make her an honest woman and capture her as their reward. Who is the child’s biological father? Is it one of the three possibilities? Is it you or someone else? As a result, the adventure begins.
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PLOT: Arthur Pendragon, the son of the popular and prosperous Uther, finds himself in the wilds of Donegal as a result of an unpleasant professor and a lot of university goofing off. Arthur finds himself in the “backend of nowhere,” as he refers to it, and he begins to see life in a new light. Particularly when it’s dressed in rubber and resembles Merlin. Friendship, a probably sentient vehicle, cake, and cock-blocking donkeys are all featured in this story. (Only one donkey) (Along with a scout troop) (And a microwave). With a splash of angst and a smattering of trauma. NC-17 (Arthur/Merlin, modernAU) RATING The total number of words in this article is 145,000. Arthur reflected on the day as he laid down to sleep on a mattress that was much too lumpy to be comfortable. He looked at the ceiling, which had questionable stains and was so close to him that sitting up in bed was difficult. He’d only been in Doonshee for a little over twelve hours. It may as well have been a lifetime. You’ve got to be kidding me, right?