Dick Summer Connection

March 28th, 2017

According to today’s podcast, fantasies, dreams and hopes are all different things. That’s why there’s no such thing as a hopeless lover. Dream lover…sure. Fantasy lover…sure again. But hope is the vitamin that makes love the most powerful force. Even more powerful than fear. When you think about it, love is what gave us all belly buttons.

Dick Summer Connection

March 27th, 2017

Fantasies can be good. That’s what it says in today’s podcast. Coming up with fast explanations for complicated questions can be good too.

Dick Summer Connection

March 26th, 2017

A waitress said a beautiful thing to me the other day. It’s in today’s podcast, and it was like actually touching a fantasy. Some kind of day dream wish.

Dick Summer Connection

March 25th, 2017

There are some few things women just can’t understand about us. One of the more important of those things is that men need to be constantly on guard. We have to be prepared for any important, un-expected crises. War. Famine. Loss of electricity. A wild mouse getting loose in the neighborhood. Today’s podcast explains the need for men to be constantly being on guard, and why that keeps us from doing less important things. Like washing dishes, or taking out the trash. Which would you women want…clean dishes with a mouse running up your leg, or you do the dishes so we can guard against wild mice? YOU CAN’T HAVE IT BOTH WAYS. We need to stay constantly on guard. Suppose you look out the car window and see something like this? You need us to be prepared…to take control.    

  

Dick Summer Connection

March 24th, 2017

TGIF, so it’s time for one of the most popular features of today’s podcast, Dick’s Details. Dick’s Details is a bunch of totally un-important stuff for you to stuff in one ear so you can squeeze the important nasty stuff that’s getting you grim out the other ear, and just for a minute, you can relax, grab a grin and win. If you’re dyslexic you read things backwards. So a dyslexic atheist wouldn’t believe in doG. If the answer is “That’s why most American babies are born in late August and early September” what is the question. Glen Burke of the L.A. Dodgers is credited with inventing the high five in 1977. The high five is a fun thing but it’s a weird name. The high five. It sounds like a drunken basketball team. And the first pilot to fly over both the north and south poles had a perfect pilot name…Admiral Richard Bird. I’ll bet his friends called him Dickie Bird. Oh…if the answer is “Most American babies are born in late August and early September,” the question is, “What were most Americans doing on New Years…New Years Eve?” I’m surprised that more kids aren’t named New Year’s Eve…Dick’s Details. They take your mind off your mind.

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Dick Summer Connection

March 23rd, 2017

All guys are dangerous some times. Today’s podcast reveals a recent time when I had to become a killer.

Dick Summer Connection

March 22nd, 2017

Lots of adventures happen in the middle of the night. Today’s podcast is about one night when I had to take a life.

Dick Summer Connection

March 21st, 2017

Men and women approach life so…differently. Today’s podcast explains two different approaches to mice. Listen and learn.

Dick Summer Connection

March 20th, 2017

I have learned many things from my Lady Wonder Wench. As you’ll hear in today’s podcast, one of those things is how to use WMD. (Weapons of Mouse Destruction.)

Dick Summer Connection

March 19th, 2017

I had to kill a mouse. He had my lady trapped on her dresser. Poor little thing. (The mouse I mean.) I kept remembering, “Twas the night before Christmas….” But he had to go. So I did it. His memory is in today’s podcast.