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Worlds Most Dangerous Comic This guy was a contestant on America's Got Talent. Kids, don't try this at home!
Tags: dangerous  comic 
Added: 30th June 2008
Views: 1283
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Posted By: Lava1964
Sea Monkeys Did anyone ever order these?
Tags: Sea  Monkeys  Comic  Books 
Added: 6th July 2008
Views: 1626
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Posted By: Freckles
Superman Muhammad Ali Comic Book DC Comics put out this 'Superman vs. Muhammad Ali' comic book in the late 1970s. They must have printed way more than they sold. I remember them being advertised on TV as 'collectors items' in the mid-1980s. (By the late 1970s, Ali was a mere shell of his former self, so I'd bet on Superman.)
Tags: comic  book  Muhammad  Ali  Superman 
Added: 13th July 2008
Views: 1361
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Posted By: Lava1964
2003 Masters Tournament Protest In 2003, the National Organization of Women, led by Martha Burk (pictured here), staged a protest at the Masters Golf Tournament because the host club, Augusta National Golf Club, only accepts male members. Burk got more than she bargained for. Enterprising vendors began selling golf balls with Burk's face on them above the phrase 'The Burk Stops Here!' Augusta's city council passed a law restricting protesters to a vacant lot about a mile from the golf course. Counter-protests began, and they begot more protests. Jesse Jackson supported Burk, so a group of anti-Jackson protesters picketed him. A chapter of the KKK--which turned out to be a one-man outfit--supported Augusta National. Weirdos and attention-seekers of all types flocked to the protest site. One man wore a tuxedo and carried a sign that said, 'Formal Protest.' Another man with an anti-feminist slant carried a placard saying, 'Make My Dinner.' Another group called People Against Ridiculous Protests picketed everybody. Perhaps the most noteworthy and creative protester was a gentlemen who loudly passed gas from the window of a moving minivan when Burk began to speak. Pun-loving Steve Rushin of Sports Illustrated comically referred to the gesture as a 'drive-by tooting.'
Tags: golf  Masters  protest  Martha  Burk 
Added: 7th August 2008
Views: 2293
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Posted By: Lava1964
Alex Rodriguez Purse Photo During the sixth game of the 2004 American League Championship Series, Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees slapped the ball out of the glove of Boston Red Sox pitcher Bronson Arroyo who was appplying a tag. (Rodriguez was properly called out.) Some enterprising Red Sox fan doctored the photo of the 'girlie' play to show A-Rod carrying a purse. The comical photo was widely circulated on the Internet.
Tags: baseball  photo  Alex  Rodriguez  purse 
Added: 4th September 2008
Views: 18956
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Posted By: Lava1964
Charlie Chaplin Boxing Scene Charlie Chaplin's masterpiece, City Lights (1931), included this very comical boxing scene. Charlie tries to win money in a winner-take-all prize fight. (He's trying to pay for an operation to restore the sight of a blind flower girl.)
Tags: Chaplin  boxing  City  Lights 
Added: 4th September 2008
Views: 2104
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Posted By: Lava1964
Hearing Aid Shop Tags: Hearing  Aid  Shop  Comics  On  Aging 
Added: 17th September 2008
Views: 2045
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Posted By: Cathy
Dudley Dickerson Like most African-American performers of his generation, comic actor Dudley Dickerson played more than his fair share of Pullman porters, bell-boys, waiters, and shoe-shine boys. But from the late '30s until the mid-'50s, Dickerson was the most prominent black actor working in two-reel comedies. Contracted by Columbia's short subject department, the roly-poly supporting comic brought a refreshing energy to his portrayals of, yes, Pullman porters, shoe-shine boys, and the always demeaning "frightened Negro domestic." Closer in type to Mantan Moreland than Stepin Fetchit, Dickerson was especially good opposite Charley Chase in His Bridal Fright (1940) and the Three Stooges in A-Plumbing We Will Go (1940). Dickerson played a Pullman porter once again in his final film The Alligator People (1959), after which he concentrated on television work. The veteran comic died of cerebral thrombosis.
Tags: Dudley  Dickerson  Three  Stooges 
Added: 24th September 2008
Views: 2922
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Posted By: pfc
Vintage Halloween Postcard REALLY freaky . . or funny . . the devil reminds me of a comic of yore . . well, perhaps it reminds me of Lyndon Baines Johnson . . same difference . .
Tags: vintage        postcard      halloween 
Added: 5th October 2008
Views: 1422
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Posted By: Teresa
Caption This Photo Tags: Caption  This  Photo  Comics  On  Aging  Bathing  Suit 
Added: 10th October 2008
Views: 1783
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Posted By: Cliffy

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