Peanut Butter Anonymous - Letter from the Rockies
Wednesday - June 26, 1968
WOR Show Original Airing
First Line After Theme Ends
Before we get under way here tonight. . .
The devil is everywhere and only deals with those who are worth corrupting.
Spy from Gimbles writes in about 5 kids who run through the store playing jews harps and yelling 'flick lives' - they are trown out of store.
Green Austin Healy drivingup Madison Ave with 'Excelsior' in big yellow letters written on the side.
Kids and jews harps
Peanut Butter Anonymous - Shep is a member of Peanut Butter Anonymous. Tells about watching TV one night and a commercial for peanut butter comes on. He gets a call from a fellow PBA member and they get each other through it. But Shep goes out to the store and finds other
fellow sufferers there with jars of PB. He resist the urge and buys an ice pop.
Shep receives letter from another spy who has written from somewhere in the Rockies and describes a good ol' western bar brawl.
He tells of the time he and Randy are out driving in a Jaguar through Kentucky. They get thirsty and stop at a house with a sign "BEER". They go into thehouse and the living room has been converted to a bar room with booths off to the side. In one of the booths sit 7 heavy jowled guys who keep eyeing them. A trooper comes in and gets Shep to the side telling him that those guys don't reckon to outsiders, especially ones driving Jaguars. 30 seconds later Shep and Randy are 5 miles out of town.