On hearing that the Rev. J. Bazzel Mull had died, I sent Jack Neely, writer of the “Secret History” column in Knoxville’s Metro Pulse, a copy of The New York Times piece I wrote on Mull years ago.
Jack wrote a nice piece on Mull, containing these lines: “But maybe most memorably of all, no man has ever made more of the
simple and reasonable gesture of soliciting his wife’s assent.”
Jack is referring to the “Ain’t that right, Lady Mull?” question that punctuated their radio and television shows.
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