Ciao, Andy

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David Byron

David Byron is a software developer working for the military-industrial complex. At Popehat, he writes about art, language, theater (mostly magic), technology, lyrics, and aleatory ephemera. Serious or satirical poetry spontaneously overflows from him while he's recollecting in tranquility. @dcbyron

9 Responses

  1. mojo says:

    No crackers in North Carolina – thet thar's hillbilly country.

  2. Thorne says:

    May he be in Mayberry forever…

  3. Eric R. says:

    Your honor, Matlock rests (in peace)

  4. Robert White says:

    You know one of his very first movies was "No Time for Sergeants" or something like that. So strange to see, but too funny.

    Saluting Toilets!

  5. EBL says:

    I never cared for his politics, but I liked his acting. And Mayberry was a great TV show. RIP Andy.

  6. EBL says:

    Excuse me, the Andy Griffith Show was a great tv show…Mayberry RFD was rather tired.

  7. Ariel says:

    "No Time" and "Onionhead" were both wonderful films. The Andy Griffith Show started not in 1960, but well before. He's had a long run. RIP.

  8. Analee says:

    I have many fond memories of watching "The Andy Griffith Show" on Nick at Nite when I was growing up, and then "Matlock" reruns when I was a teenager. RIP Andy. You've done well.

  9. jaxkayaker says:

    He should've nipped it in the bud. RIP, Sheriff. Have a slice of Aunt Bea's fresh baked pie.