And here are two more timeless items from Paul Harvey’s For What It’s Worth:

Our For What It’s Worth Department understands . . .

That in Sydney, Australia, a woman was thrown from her horse.

Miss May Southgate was riding horseback when–she says–a helicopter swooped down so low that it spooked her horse and she was thrown off.

And she sued.

The helicopter crew insisted that if Miss Southgate had been wearing proper riding boots she’d not have fallen off.

The court deduced that riding boots had little to do with it–that the helicopter crew swooped down so low because of something else she was not wearing.

She was wearing only half of a two-piece swimsuit.

March 27, 1987


Our For What It’s Worth Department knows you’ve heard lawyers on TV advertising themselves . . .

Rob Moore in the Orlando, Florida, Sentinel . . .

Caught one such ad on his tape machine.

The spokesperson lawyer at the beginning of the TV ad says, quote:

“If you or any other member of your family has been killed . . .”

August 8, 1986

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