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Forbes Field Picturesque Forbes Field was the home ballpark of the National League's Pittsburgh Pirates from 1909 to 1970. It was one of the first modern type ballparks made wholly of steel and concrete. It also was the first to have telephones in the press box and elevators. The first player to smack a home run over the double-decked right field grandstand was Babe Ruth in 1935. Undoubtedly the most famous home run in Forbes Field's history was socked by Bill Mazeroski to win the 1960 World Series. Every October 13, Pirate fans gather at the former site of Forbes Field (which has been absorbed by the University of Pittsburgh) to listen to the broadcast of that famous game on its anniversary. One strange fact about Forbes Field: Despite it being considered a pitcher's ballpark, a no-hitter was never thrown there.
Tags: Forbes  Field  Pittburgh  Pirates  baseball 
Added: 28th June 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
We Should Get One Tags: We  Should  Get  One  Telephone  Answering  Machine  First 
Added: 12th July 2008
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Posted By: Cathy
Paul Potts German Cellphone Commercial This is an excellent, emotion-grabbing commercial from Germany. It uses the clip of Paul Potts' 2007 audition for Britain's Got Talent to advertise a cellphone company. The translations of the final captions say, 'Life gives us extraordinary moments. The beauty is that we can share them.'
Tags: Paul  Potts  German  commercial 
Added: 15th July 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
The REAL America Before there were cell phones and super highways, drive-up or drive through, SUVs, DVDs, or MP-3s, before there was politically correct, and children as "friends;" before broad band, e-mail, and chat rooms; mini-malls, mega-stores; downsizing, upgrading, or out-sourcing; fast food or fast lane; walk-in's or take-out's; long before the next ten miles didn't seem to be a photocopy of the last ten miles, there was The Real America Photos The Library of Congress Documenting America Music the moment that could not last Mark Isham the old house J.A.C. Redford our town Aaron Copeland conceived and produced by Dale Caruso
Tags: 1940s    America    Nostalgia    Small    town    rural     
Added: 25th September 2008
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Posted By: dalecaruso
Natalie Wood check out the mink phone cover . . .
Tags: natalie  wood 
Added: 1st October 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
Western Electric Picturephone it just never took off . .(we KNOW why!! who REALLY wants the other person seeing us??)
Tags: western        electric        picturephone 
Added: 7th October 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
I Buried Paul On this day in 1969, The Beatles scored their 13th US No.1 album with 'Abbey Road'. The cover supposedly contained clues adding to the ‘Paul Is Dead’ phenomenon: Paul is barefoot and the car number plate ‘LMW 281F’ supposedly referred to the fact that McCartney would be 28 years old if he was still alive. ‘LMW’ was said to stand for ‘Linda McCartney Weeps. ’ And the four Beatles, represent; the priest (John, dressed in white), the Undertaker (Ringo in a black suit), the Corpse (Paul, in a suit but barefoot), and the Gravedigger (George, in jeans and a denim work shirt). for those of you too young to remember,rumors of Paul McCartney's death began to circulate in 1969, a time when the strained relationships among the Beatles were becoming public knowledge. Written versions of this story first appeared in college newspapers in the fall of 1969, but the precise origin of the rumor is unknown. The story caught fire with the public when it was broadcast by a radio station in Detroit. Russell Gibb, a disc jockey for WKNR-FM, received a strange phone call from someone who identified himself only as Tom. The caller told Gibb that Paul McCartney had died in 1966 and was then replaced by a lookalike. The Beatles had subsequently left clues on their albums about this deception. . Other Beatles album covers also contained clues, the caller claimed, and a few Beatles songs contained clues about Paul's death—including some that could only be deciphered when the records were played backwards! Gibb related the rumor of Paul's death on the air, which brought a strong reaction from listeners and the story spread rapidly after that.
Tags: Beatles  Abbey  Road  Paul  McCartney  John  Lennon  Ringo  Starr  George  Harrison 
Added: 1st November 2008
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Posted By: Cliffy
Movie Starlet Marilyn and the world's luckiest phone book (1947) . .
Tags: Marilyn  Monroe 
Added: 8th December 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
VW Dog Commercial this is one of my favs! but, i am still looking for the phone commercial with the laser where the guy overhears the phone number and says, "i'm the man" . . help me out guys!!!
Tags: vw  dog  commercial 
Added: 27th December 2008
Views: 1299
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Posted By: Teresa
Biophone used in Emergency TV show The Biophone was a radio system seen in the TV series Emergency! The Biophone was used by field paramedics, usually firefighters or ambulance attendants. The phone was capable of broadcasting voice and EKGs to a base unit, usually a hospital so they could speak to doctors supervising them but I always preferred it when the nurse played by Julie London answered and handled the call. The biophone on the right is the same one used in the TV show and is now on display at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington DC.
Tags: Biophone  Emergency!  TV  show  Smithsonian  Museum  Washington  DC  handheld  phone  EKG 
Added: 28th January 2014
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Posted By: Cliffy

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