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Act Like Somebody, Smaller

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Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try
Act Like Somebody, Smaller - Old Try

Do a good day's work and act like somebody. - Andy Griffith, to Opie

We weren’t allowed to watch much television growing up. Momma said there was nothing good to learn on that thing.

But we had a little black and white T.V. with a radio dial, and sometimes in the afternoons we’d come in and watch the folks of Mayberry (themselves black and white) relate to one another. We’d see them speak truth into one another and share that truth with their viewing audience. And I have to say each week I did learn something. 

We make a larger version right here.

Details Letterpress Printed
110lb Lettra Paper
Proudly printed on 100% Cotton
Individually Numbered
10% of sale price goes to support foster care
Grab a frame: Custom or Two Stick
Size 13" x 20"
Origin Honest Made in Mass.
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Act Like Somebody, Smaller

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Do a good day's work and act like somebody. - Andy Griffith, to Opie

We weren’t allowed to watch much television growing up. Momma said there was nothing good to learn on that thing.

But we had a little black and white T.V. with a radio dial, and sometimes in the afternoons we’d come in and watch the folks of Mayberry (themselves black and white) relate to one another. We’d see them speak truth into one another and share that truth with their viewing audience. And I have to say each week I did learn something. 

We make a larger version right here.

Details Letterpress Printed
110lb Lettra Paper
Proudly printed on 100% Cotton
Individually Numbered
10% of sale price goes to support foster care
Grab a frame: Custom or Two Stick
Size 13" x 20"
Origin Honest Made in Mass.
Reviews