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Lost Without Your Love David Gates and Bread 1977 The unequalled balladry of Bread and David Gates appearing on the Captain and Tennille Show.
Tags: bread  david  gates  music  70  Lost  Without  Your  Love  David  Gates  and  Bread  1977 
Added: 15th August 2007
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Posted By: Naomi
    DAVID GATES AND  BREAD     Bread was a 1970's R&R band from Los Angeles who became one of the most popular Pop groups of the early 1970's. This song, "Everything I Own", was released in February of 1972.
Tags: bread  david  gates  seventies  music 
Added: 30th August 2007
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Posted By: Naomi
David Janssen As HARRY O  David Janssen (March 27, 1931 February 13, 1980) -A actor who is best known for his starring role as Dr. Richard Kimble in the hit television series The Fugitive... Also My FAVORITE and unforgettable, Harry O which was another television series that aired for two seasons on ABC from 1974 to 1976. The series starred David Janssen as Harry Orwell, a San Diego cop forced into retirement when he is shot in the back. He sets up a private investigation practice in San Diego...This Harry-O episode, "Guardian at the Gates" - featuring Jodie Foster as a child actor.
Tags: Harry-O  David  Janssen  Jodie  Foster 
Added: 27th March 2009
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Posted By: mia_bambina
Old Tandy 100 Ad The Tandy 100 was actually a computer made in Japan by Kyocera. All the ROM programs were written by Microsoft, and even a few of them were written by Bill Gates himself! These programs included a text editor, a telecommunication program, which used the built-in modem (300 baud), and a rather good version of BASIC...no big surprise there.
Tags: tandy  100  microsoft  bill  gates  computers 
Added: 26th November 2007
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Posted By: Sophia
Back When Radio Shack Was Richer Than Bill Gates Compared to the processing power of todays computers, a 16 MB capacity is a joke. It makes me laugh that this thing cost about half of what it would be to buy a brand new car. Does anybody know of anyone who actually spent this much money for a computer back in the day?
Tags: 1980s  computer  technology  advertisment 
Added: 29th October 2008
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Posted By: nbmike
Convention 72 Tags: Convention  72  by  The  Delegates  Nixon  McGovern  Agnew  Eagleton 
Added: 2nd November 2008
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Posted By: Cliffy
Guitar Man Bread's "The Guitar Man" I'm really into the easy-listening 70s lately.
Tags: Bread  David  Gates  Guitar  Man 
Added: 18th November 2008
Views: 997
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Posted By: LPROUD
Guitar Man Did it get any better than this? I was on hold with a company this morning and this song came on. I found myself drifting away with this after so many years, I was really upset when the person I was speaking to came back to the phone!
Tags: guitar  man  david  gates  bread  70s  music 
Added: 6th April 2009
Views: 1418
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Posted By: Naomi
Hillsborough Disaster - 1989 One of the world's most senseless sporting disasters took place on Saturday, April 15, 1989 at Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield, England. That afternoon 96 soccer fans were crushed to death before and during the early minutes of an FA Cup semifinal between Liverpool FC and Nottingham Forest FC. The stadium was a neutral site, but Liverpool had thousands more fans than Nottingham Forest who sought tickets. As is the custom, the two teams' fans were segregated. The Liverpool supporters were generally assigned standing-room tickets on the south terraces--enclosures surrounded by security fences. With the Liverpool terraces already dangerously overcrowded, the situation became exponentially worse when the police outside the stadium, fearing trouble, ordered an exit gate to be opened and 2,000 more fans rushed into the enclosures bypassing the turnstiles. The crush of the crowd caused fans already inside to be pushed and squeezed against the heavy metal fences and die of suffocation. Despite the constant pleas from fans for the police to open security gates to alleviate the pressure, the police on the other side of the fences did nothing. Some fans tried to escape by climbing into an upper deck. Others tried to scale the security fences. About six minutes into the match, the fans in the overcrowded terraces spilled over and through the fences causing the game to be stopped. Most of the fatalities died on the pitch without ever getting to a hospital. A coroner's report suggested that perhaps 40 of the fatalities could have been prevented with quick medical attention. Yet only two ambulances ever entered the stadium while others were stuck in a bottleneck outside the venue. Even with injured and dying fans being brought onto the pitch, most police officers were inexplicably more concerned with preventing rival Forest supporters from entering the field than assisting the injured. Initial reports wrongly blamed drunken and unruly fans for the catastrophe while exonerating the police's actions and inactions. Wildly inaccurate stories about fans pickpocketing the dead and interfering with rescue efforts were published in The Sun tabloid--a newspaper which is largely boycotted in Liverpool to this day. Later investigations indicated that a whitewash of the incident was orchestrated by the police, and rightly placed the blame on a paucity of law enforcement outside the stadium and a lack of police action when the situation on the terraces became dangerous. The ages of those killed ranged from 10 to 72. Eighty-nine of the 96 were males. One 10-year-old who died was the cousin of Steven Gerrard, who would later become Liverpool's captain. Terraces disappeared from most large British soccer venues shortly thereafter.
Tags: Hillsborough  disaster  England  soccer   
Added: 12th July 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Ruth-Gehrig 1927 Barnstorming Tour In the days before major league ballplayers were millionaires, many earned much-needed extra cash by engaging in post-season 'barnstroming tours.' Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig were no exception. Following the 1927 season, the spectacular Yankee duo embarked on a westward tour through cities and towns large and small. They competed with and against local teams in front of huge star-struck crowds. Ruth, the main attraction, got a huge percentage of the gates and pocketed about $70,000 for the tour. Gehrig got a flat $10,000--not bad considering the New York Yankees only paid him $8,000 for the 1927 season.
Tags: Babe  Ruth  Lou  Gehrig  baseball 
Added: 22nd October 2009
Views: 2569
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Posted By: Lava1964

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