From: Donna Banta
Subject: Another guest spot on Kori-Whore's Double D's!
In Woody Allen's masterpiece, Annie Hall, Alvy Singer (played by Allen) is stuck in line behind an outspoken idiot pontificating about, among other things, the views of Marshall McLuhan. Finally at his wit's end, Allen steps out of the scene and produces McLuhan himself, who tells the idiot, "You know nothing of my work." Woody then looks at the camera and says, "Boy if Life were only like this!"
I feel that way a lot, especially around General Conference time...