What A Revolting Development THIS Is …!

RescuersTheir mom came out through the front door of the house in time to see the rescue ladder shooting up to the roof. “What’s all this?”

A rescuer looked down at her. “We’ll get ’em down for you, Ma’am.”

David and Patty continued sitting on the roof. David lowered his hand. Their mother looked in the doorway, then looked up at the rescue squad. “You boys go home. Sorry you got bothered. Patty, come on down. David you stay there.”

Patty hopped onto the porch and looked in the doorway. “You’re the best, David! Now we got GREAT TV reception!”

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19 Responses to What A Revolting Development THIS Is …!

  1. Kwadwo says:

    All that trouble for better TV reception? I can imagine the firemen fuming as they left.

  2. Haha! I think he’s going to want to buy an antenna pretty soon.


  3. And they are so nonchalant about it, that’s what makes it funny.

  4. Sandra says:

    A new perpective on ‘aerial view’. Nice one! 🙂

  5. nightlake says:

    What a family! Poor firemen

  6. Dear Kent,

    LOLOLOL!!!! Maybe Mom should try tin foil on the rabbit ears. Just a suggestion, of course.



  7. howanxious says:

    Ha! An amusing read… I know of things one has to do to get a clear TV reception. 😀

  8. rgayer55 says:

    Good one, Kent. Growing up, we only got three stations and the reception was always better when someone was hold the antenna pole.

  9. Helena Hann-Basquiat says:

    That brings back memories, to be sure… well done, darling.

  10. Yes there were days when you needed to do things like that for a TV-reception. Now it’s all about connecting a fiber.

  11. JackieP says:

    Ha! Unfortunately I knew a family like that growing up. 😉

  12. Linda Vernon says:

    Ahahahaha! Loved it! 😀

  13. Penny L Howe says:

    Yes but what fantastic reception they must be getting now! Probably from Mars! 🙂

  14. very cute. But since it is round, do you get a 360 degree view?

  15. Dee says:

    This is great Kent. i remember times when our parents were out and my sister and i would try wiggling the antenna for ages to get the programmes our school friends told us about.

  16. kz says:

    hahaha sounds like a nice family 🙂

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