How many people have sent something in to Paul Harvey's radio show, and then heard it read on the air? I don't know either, but I am one of them! It was in 1985 (I think). And I just happened to pull over and listen to his noon broadcast that day in Ketchikan Alaska when he said "I wouldn't believe this if I had not seen it with my own eyes, but here is a tag found in a new roll of carpet, sent in by a carpenter in Alaska: "Installer: Please install fabric side up."
It's funny what kinds of immaterial things can become highlights of a life, and if this does not rate that high, it is at least a memorable event.
But do you Remember this classic? Paul Harvey at his best, speaking about THE highlight of life itself.