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Home Shopping Naomi's post about being happy to be in front of the computer reminded me of this, my first post!
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Added: 22nd August 2007
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Posted By: BigBoy Bob
Shopping trip through time Tags: Shopping  trip  through  time 
Added: 23rd August 2007
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Posted By: Freckles
I Love a Parade this photo takes me back! i could have been twirling a baton in that pic . .was a majorette in the '70's . . but check out what's playing at the movies. . . sort of anachronistic!!! (we'll not really, but i sure wasn't allowed to go see it!)
Tags: 1973  photo  Vineland  Shopping  Center  Vineland,  NJ 
Added: 19th November 2007
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Posted By: Teresa
Black Friday at Wal Mart This is why my family doesn't go shopping on the day after Thanksgiving. There are some crazy people out there!!
Tags: black  friday  at  wal  mart 
Added: 22nd November 2007
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Posted By: Guido
Gimbels Where to do your Christmas Shopping Those of you not in the Northeast, Gimbels was the competition to Macys, if you recall the movie Miracle on 34th Street! Gimbels went out of business 1986.
Tags: Gimbels  Where  to  do  your  Christmas  Shopping 
Added: 8th December 2007
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Posted By: Cliffy
British Museum Cave Art Hoax In May 2005, a renowned British hoaxer, known only as Banksy, placed this alleged piece of 'cave art'--showing a prehistoric man with a shopping cart--in the British Museum in London. Titled 'Early Man Goes To Market,' the piece hung on a wall for three days before anyone questioned its authenticity. Banksy, who has pranked museums around the world, even provided a caption under his masterpiece: 'This finely preserved example of primative art dates from the post-Catatonic era...' How did no one spot such an obvious hoax for three days? Said a chagrined museum representative, 'It looked very much in keeping with the other exhibits.'
Tags: cave  art  hoax 
Added: 10th July 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Bobby Goldsboro - Autumn of My Life This is one from the Spring of my Life and I still love it in the Autumn of my Life..... I don't know how old Bobby is but I remember seeing him doing a show under a tent at a shopping center. I must have been about ten years old. I got right up front somehow and was loving every minute of it. I have no idea how I got there or where my Momma was. It was a real treat though....
Tags: Bobby  Goldsboro  Autumn  Life 
Added: 30th July 2008
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Posted By: Ronnie
Window Shopping Washington, D.C. "Parker, Bridget & Co.", Ninth Street and Market Space N.W. 1921 or 1922 . .
Tags: vintage      photo      Christmas 
Added: 7th December 2008
Views: 813
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Posted By: Teresa
Infomercial King Billy Mays Found Dead in Home DEVELOPING: Television pitchman Billy Mays who built his fame by appearing on commercials and infomercials promoting household products and gadgets died Sunday, FOX News confirms. Mays was found unresponsive by his wife inside his Tampa, Fla., home at 7:45 a.m. on Sunday, according to the Tampa Police Department. Police said there were no signs of forced entry to May's residence and foul play is not suspected. Authorities said an autopsy should be complete by Monday afternoon. Mays, 50, was on board a US Airways flight that blew out its front tires as it landed at a Tampa airport on Saturday, MyFOXTampa.com reported. "Although Billy lived a public life, we don't anticipate making any public statements over the next couple of days. Our family asks that you respect our privacy during these difficult times," Mays wife, Deborah, said in a statement on Sunday.
Tags: Billy  Mays  Oxi  Clean    Infomercials  Commercials  Mays  Promotions,  Inc  Max  Appel  Home  Shopping  Network  OxiClean,  Orange  Glo,  Kaboom,  Engrave  It,  Handy  Switch,  iCan,  Mighty  Mendit,  Mighty  Putty 
Added: 28th June 2009
Views: 913
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Posted By: Steve
James Bulger Murder Case 1993 One of the truly shocking crimes of the late twentieth century was the abduction and murder of two-year-old James Bulger in Liverpool, England. His killers were two 10-year-olds, Jon Venables and Robert Thompson, who committed the crime for no discernible reason. James wandered away from his mother, Denise, at the New Strand Shopping Centre on February 12, 1993. His mutilated body was found on a nearby railway line two days later. Thompson and Venables, who had skipped school, were photographed by a security camera leading Bulger away. They took Bulger two miles from the mall where they tortured him and bludgeoned him to death with bricks, stones, and an iron bar. The killers then placed the child's corpse on the railway tracks to make Bulger's death appear to be an accident. They were charged with Bulger's abduction and murder on February 20. The twosome were found guilty on November 24, 1993, thus becoming the youngest people ever to be convicted of murder in England. The trial judge sentenced them to be detained at Her Majesty's Pleasure, with a recommendation that they should be kept in custody for 'very, very many years to come,' recommending a minimum term of eight years. Shortly after the trial, the Lord Chief Justice ordered that the two boys should serve a minimum of 10 years, which would have made them eligible for release in February 2003 when they were both 20. The outraged British public felt the sentence was far too lenient. The editors of The Sun newspaper began a petition asking Home Secretary Michael Howard to increase the killers' time in custody. The petition eventually topped 300,000 signatures. This campaign was successful. In 1995 Howard announced the boys would be kept in custody for a minimum of 15 years, meaning that they would not be considered for release until February 2008 when they would be 25 years old. In 1997, the Court of Appeal ruled that Howard's decision was unlawful, and the Home Secretary lost his power to set minimum terms for life-sentence prisoners under 18 years of age. The High Court and European Court of Human Rights have since ruled that, though the parliament may set minimum and maximum terms for individual categories of crime, it is the responsibility of the trial judge, with the benefit of all the evidence and argument from both prosecution and defense council, to determine the minimum term in individual criminal cases. After a parole hearing in June 2001, Thompson and Venables were released on a 'life licence' after serving just eight years. The hearing concluded that 'public safety would not be threatened by their rehabilitation.' An injunction was imposed after the trial, preventing the publication of details about the boys, for fear of reprisals. The injunction remains in force, so their new identities and locations cannot be published (although this ruling only applies to the United Kingdom). They walk among us today, protected by legal anonymity. Meanwhile the hapless James Bulger remains two years old forever...
Tags: murder  James  Bulger  Jon  Venables  Robert  Thompson  Britain 
Added: 15th December 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964

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