I found in situations like these, you only have ONE chance to do it right. You can't go back and try it again. I found that out when my father in law was dying of cancer. My wife was unbelievable the way she took care of her father until the second he passed away. John Tucky is doing it right, not because he is supposed to, but because it is in his character.Iv'e bought a ton of kits from Mr. Tucky and when I spoke to him on the phone he always took the time to speak with me about the models and the business, even though he was probably very busy at the time. He didn't rush the conversation to get off the phone and you could tell he was a genuine, decent person.
I guess Iím not getting what the big deal is here, As for ďwhy in the hell do they advertise if they have no store?Ē First, it's not they, it's me. I'm a one man show. Iím selling the kits you see in the ads. If you see something in an ad you want to order all you have to do is use the phone number or the email address to place an order.As for the website... Itís been closed for three and a half years. The reason, three and a half years ago I moved my 90 year old mother from IL. to CA. Her health had really deteriorated and it looked like she might soon be on her death bed. She wasnít getting the kind of care she needed in IL. so I brought her here. Since then Iíve been her full time care giver. Unless youíve had to take care of an elderly person, you donít realize how much time and energy it takes. I realized that I couldnít handle doing all the photography, page rewrites updates and orders for the website and still give my mother the kind of care she needed. So, something had to go. It was the website. Marie is now 93 years old and still doing okay. So I guess I must have done something right. I think if I hadnít moved her to CA sheíd have been dead by now. I hope that explains it to you.
OK, I can't hold it in any longer..........I like John and all, but let's not pretend he doesn't have a darker side.John Tucky kicked my puppy.
OK, I can't hold it in any longer..........I like John and all, but let's not pretend he doesn't have a darker side. John Tucky kicked my puppy.
LOL. Take a number. See what you started, Scatter?
Possibly the greatest sitcom in history.
I'll go you one better. It IS the greatest sitcom ever. "Peanuts, peanuts, what am I going to do with peanuts"? Eat 'em, like the rest of the elephants. One of the things that separates Jackie Gleason from all other comedians, is the fact that he wrote so many jokes at his own expense, making fun of his weight. The man could make you laugh without uttering a word, just his facial expressions alone. Also, his cast wasn't too shabby either, with the great Art Carney, and Audrey Meadows. My son cracks up at this show, and he's only 9 years old. That's what you call timeless comedy.JP
Well, it's GOOD.... but it's no "Small Wonder", either.