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Davey and Goliath A Diller a Dollar My favorite episode of Davey and Goliath. Davey gets sent to the principle's office for being tardy. Why is it my favorite episode? Mainly because when this came out I had been sent to the principle's office for talking to much in class. Yep, I talked all the time and the teacher couldn't get a word in edgewise. This episode was distributed FREE OF CHARGE to any TV station that wanted it, along with others from this series. So I wanted to post it for those that remember the show.
Tags: Davey  Goliath  Diller  Dollar 
Added: 16th November 2008
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Posted By: ChowDog
Canadian Two-Dollar Bill The Bank of Canada stopped printing these in 1997. They were replaced by two-tone two-dollar coins commonly called 'toonies.'
Tags: Canadian  two-dollar  bill 
Added: 17th December 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Farrah Fawcett -In April 1976, a poster company Pro Arts Inc., that had started out making anti-war posters, started to hear about a young up-and-coming beauty named Farrah Fawcett doing Wella Balsam shampoo commercials. Fawcett arranged to have Bruce McBroom, a freelance photographer with whom she had worked with before, do the shoot. McBroom took the pictures at Farrah's poolside Bel Air, California home!! --On September 22, 1976, the first episode of Fawcett playing the character Jill Munroe in the TV series Charlie's Angels was aired. Around the same time, her swimsuit poster was released. It went on to sell a still-unrivaled 12 million copies and she became known for her tousled hair and bright smile. The hairstyle went on to become an international trend, with women sporting a "Farah-Do" or "Farrah Hair" and the hairstyle was even spoofed in various media... (born February 2, 1947) is an American actress. She was a noted pop culture figure whose hairstyle was emulated by millions of young women, and a sex symbol for millions of young men in the 1970s and 1980s. She went on to become a critically accepted actress, appearing in television movies (The Burning Bed, Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story and sometimes unsympathetic Small Sacrifices)...Fawcett was married to Lee Majors, star of The Six Million Dollar Man, from 1973–1982, though the two separated in 1979. During this time, she was known as Farrah Fawcett-Majors....From 1982 to the present, Fawcett has been involved romantically with actor Ryan O'Neal. The relationship produced a son, Redmond O'Neal, who was born in 1985.
Tags: Farrah  Fawcett  popculture  Charlie'sAngelsSmallSacrificesTheBurningBed 
Added: 6th April 2009
Views: 1816
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Posted By: mia_bambina
Hair Wiz Commercial 1974 One of those cheesy gadgets that was supposed to save you hundreds or thousands of dollars: Hair Wiz.
Tags: Hair  Wiz  commercial   
Added: 26th January 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Eddie Rabbitt - I LOVE A RAINY NIGHT Pounding rain here in the Northeast, this song came to mind!
Tags: eddie    rabbitt    country    music    singer    branson    mo    missouri    two    dollars    in    the    jukebox    jutebox     
Added: 21st April 2009
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Posted By: Cliffy
New Coke Debut 1985 This is a 1985 CBC report on the introduction of the less-than-beloved New Coke. I'm cynical enough to believe this whole New Coke business was a carefully orchestrated plot. Coca-Cola got millions of dollars of free advertising out of their self-made controversy.
Tags: New  Coke 
Added: 3rd May 2009
Views: 986
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Posted By: Lava1964
Cant Stop the Music 1980 TV trailer 1 Directed by actress Nancy Walker and produced by Allan Carr, CAN'T STOP THE MUSIC was a thirty million dollar cinematic fiasco showcasing the popular disco band The Village People and also starring Valerie Perrine, Steve Guttenberg and Bruce Jenner. Disco was already past its prime when this was released. Critics massacred it and audiences stayed away.
Tags: village  people  disco  cant  stop  the  music  valerie  perrine  steve  guttenberg  bruce  jenner  musical  1980  1980s  bad  movie  camp 
Added: 21st May 2009
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Posted By: robatsea
Deal Or No Deal 1st Million Dollar Winner After three seasons without a winner for its top prize, Deal or No Deal met its match one week into season 4 with 27-year-old Jessica Robinson. The pregnant stay-at-home mom became the show’s first-ever million dollar winner when she picked the lucky briefcase on Monday's show.
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Added: 25th May 2014
Views: 685
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Posted By: Cathy
Jesse Jackson Paternity Scandal 2001 There's nothing more satisfying than seeing a prominent man of the cloth get caught with his pants down. In 2001, the Reverend Jesse Jackson was the latest in a long line of notable preachers to be caught doing some unholy business with thy rod and thy staff. Jackson, a father of five who had been married since 1962, admitted to fathering a daughter with Karin Stanford in 1999. He was 58 years old at the time. Stanford was the head of Jackson's Rainbow/PUSH office in Washington, D.C. The Rainbow/PUSH Coalition had paid several thousand dollars in hush money disguised as 'moving and contracting expenses' to Stanford. When the story broke, another $40,000 in hush money intended for Stanford was stopped. The scandal drove the omnipresent Jackson out of the public eye for several months, but, as this doctored photo shows, it didn't stop people from cackling.
Tags: Jesse  Jackson  paternity  scandal 
Added: 23rd September 2009
Views: 1470
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Posted By: Lava1964
Football Point Spreads Invented During the football season, millions of dollars are bet legally and illegally every weekend on college and pro games. This is largely due to the system of point spreads. The invention of this new form of wagering occurred in the 1930s and is generally credited to Charlie McNeil, a Chicago stockbroker. Before the advent of point spreads, few people bet on football. Because most games had predictable outcomes and wagers could only be placed on outright wins, few gamblers bothered. (Why bet on a 15-1 longshot that wasn't likely to win?) Bookies were also reluctant to accept bets on overwhelming favorites or risk huge losses on upsets. McNeil's point spread system made football betting much more attractive by statistically levelling the playing field. Now favorites had to win by certain amounts for bettors to win. It also guaranteed a more equitable distribution of bets on each team, pleasing bookies and legal gaming establishments who make their profits largely on commissions.
Tags: football  point  spreads  gambling 
Added: 27th October 2009
Views: 848
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Posted By: Lava1964

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