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How TO HOLD A Reservation this rings soooo true!
Tags: comedy  Seinfeld 
Added: 9th November 2007
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Posted By: Teresa
Paul Revere and The Raiders - Indian Reservation Tags: Paul  Revere  &  The  Raiders  -  Indian  Reservation  Mark    Lindsay     
Added: 14th September 2008
Views: 1732
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Posted By: Cathy
Corpse of King Tut On November 4, 2007, the remains of Egypt's King Tut were exposed to the public for the first time. To ensure its preservation, archaeologists decided to remove the corpse from its stone sarcophagus and move it to a climate-controlled crypt in the Valley of the Kings. The transfer occurred exactly 85 years to the day that Tut's tomb was discovered by Howard Carter in 1922.
Tags: King  Tut  corpse 
Added: 30th November 2008
Views: 2162
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Posted By: Lava1964
Indian Reservation Paul Revere & The Raiders
Tags: Yup 
Added: 3rd April 2009
Views: 1480
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Posted By: Marty6697
1960 World Series Kinescope Found In September 2010, baseball fans were thrilled by a remarkable dicovery: A complete kinescope copy of the seventh game of the 1960 World Series was found in Bing Crosby's wine cellar! How a near pristine black-and-white reel of the entire television broadcast of the deciding game of the 1960 World Series — long believed to be lost forever — came to rest in the wine cellar of Bing Crosby’s home near San Francisco is not a mystery to those who knew him. Crosby loved baseball, but as a part owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates he was too nervous to watch the World Series against the New York Yankees, so he and his wife went to Paris, where they listened by radio. “He said, ‘I can’t stay in the country,’ ” his widow, Kathryn Crosby, recalled. “ ‘I’ll jinx everybody.’ ” He knew he would want to watch the game later — if his Pirates won — so he hired a company to record Game Seven by kinescope, an early relative of the DVR, filming off a television monitor. The five-reel set is the only known complete copy of the game, in which Pirates second baseman Bill Mazeroski famously hit a game-ending home run to beat the Yankees 10-9 at Forbes Field. It is considered one of the greatest and most memorable ballgames ever played. Crosby apparently had more foresight than the television networks and stations, which sadly erased or discarded nearly all the Major League Baseball games they carried until the 1970s. A canny preservationist of all things, Crosby, who died in 1977, kept a half-century’s worth of records, tapes and films in the wine cellar-turned-vault in his Hillsborough, California home. “Bing Crosby was way ahead of his time,” said Nick Trotta, senior library and licensing manager for Major League Baseball Productions, the sport’s archivist. The kinescope was found quite by accident. A producer searching through Crosby's estate for material for a TV documentary on the late singer's career accidentally came upon five film cannisters marked '1960 World Series.' The 50-year-old game was first shown to a private audience in Pittsburgh that included surviving members of both teams. It was broadcast on the MLB Network in December 2010 and has since been made available to the general public on DVD.
Tags: 1960  World  Series  baseball  Bing  Crosby 
Added: 13th August 2011
Views: 2052
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Posted By: Lava1964
Fruit Stripe Gum Commercial 1990 At first it’s DELICIOUS, CHEWY, SWEETNESS! Then, 5…4…3…2…1 second later it’s flavorless and dull – almost like chewing on a rubber band. Look, all gum loses flavor, this is inevitable. That being said, it should last longer. Did they think that just because they included a temporary tattoo on the wrapper it was acceptable to make low quality gum that was geared towards kids of the 90's? Wrong, Fruit stripe. Very wrong. In 1996, Fruit Stripe gave five cents from the sale of each Jumbo Pack and Variety Multipack to the World Wildlife Fund, totaling up to $100,000, for the preservation of endangered animals and their habitats. In the defense of this Gum and any Kids gum of the 90's; It's much better then the over priced crap that they have today, oh did I mention you don't get a lot of pieces?, with the exception of a few brands of gum that still rocks like Bubblicious.
Tags: Fruit  Stripe  Gum  1990 
Added: 18th August 2012
Views: 1669
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Posted By: masonx31

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