Joe Bob Briggs

Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX

JOE BOB'S ADVICE TO THE HOPELESS:
Victory Over Creeping Liberalism!
The Starlite Drive-In, on East Club Boulevard in Durham, N.C., has survived yet another year, thanks to the gun shop on the premises that helps pay the bills.

Kathy Bednarz and Robert Groves, who own the place, live in a trailer on the lot. In addition to the gun shop, they also rent space to a flea market and a video club to help keep the dream alive.

Graham Carlton of Raeford, N.C., reminds us that, with eternal vigilance, the drive-in will never die.

Dear Joe Bob:
On the way to the cheapest casino in Las Vegas, I passed by Wayne Newton's Arabian horse ranch. I'm having trouble imagining Wayne on a horse. Has he ever been on one?

Regards,
W. Jung, Meeker, Colo.

Dear W.:
Wayne has been on a horse fewer times than he's sung "MacArthur Park," but more times than he's gone bankrupt.

Copyright 1995 Joe Bob Briggs. (Distributed by NYTSpecial Features/Syndication Sales)

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