People who live in grass houses shouldn’t stow thrones, Bob.
Don’t know the parable of the Caribbean king whose grass hut was too small for his bed and his throne? To solve his problem, the king rigged a pulley system with his bed at one end of the rope and his throne at the other. Throne on the floor; bed stored in the blind above. Bed on the floor; throne stored in the blind.
Then one night while the king was sleeping the grass hut collapsed and the throne fell on him and put his eye out. And thus the statement, “In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.”
Jerry Murad was that Caribbean king.
Facts is facts, Bob.
Hi to Mary Ann.