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1982 Patriots-Dolphins Snowplow Game The Weather Channel presents a sports story--and rightfully so! The 1982 farcical 'snowplow game' between the New England Patriots and Miami Dolphins is recalled. You can't make up stuff like this!
Tags: snowplow  game  NFL   
Added: 10th March 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
ABC 1964 to 65 TV Promos Here is some real rare stuff - promos for the new Fall shows on ABC for the 1964-65 TV Season!!
Tags: ABC  Fall  Shows  1963  1964  1965  promos  Ray  Glasser  previews 
Added: 1st August 2009
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Posted By: videoholic
The Jackie Gleason Show This clip made me laugh. Watch for when Crazy Guggenheim and Joe discuss the movie The Hustler. I love it when Crazy says he remembers the guy who played Minnesota Fats used to be on the Art Carney show. lol Funny stuff.
Tags: jackie  gleason  1960s 
Added: 23rd November 2008
Views: 58994
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Posted By: nbmike
A Perfect Thanksgiving Tags: Prozac  Stuffing  Turkey  Perfect  Thanksgiving 
Added: 27th November 2008
Views: 2060
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Posted By: Cliffy
Professor Kitzel More memories from my childhood: The Wonderful Stories of Professor Kitzel. The animated professor would introduce short, entertaining lessons about history, science, geography, and foreign cultures. They were great! This episode is about the discovery of King Tut's tomb. Kids today are so deprived of good stuff like this!
Tags: Professor  Kitzel 
Added: 27th November 2008
Views: 2784
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Posted By: Lava1964
Featured Member- LProud aka Lori Proudman-Brown Hi to my friends at YRT! My name is Lori and I was born in upstate NY in June of 1968. I was adopted at 6 months of age and grew up on a dairy farm about an hour southwest of Albany. I love all animals so this was the perfect place for me. My parents worked hard to give me an ideal childhood and succeeded. I would often sneak out of the house as a young child to go visit my "friends" in the barn. I love to read my paternal Grandma's diaries... "Lori was up first thing this morning with toys in one hand and a cat in the other." (1972) I think it was my childhood and the wonderful & comforting memories of it that make YRT such a favorite of mine. I have 3 children, Brianna - age 19, Devon - age 16 & Kayleigh - age 11. I wish they could have grown up when I did. It seems it is more difficult for kids now. There's so much negative stuff for them out there. As much as I love the internet (making new friends, traveling to far off places without leaving home, etc) I think I had a better childhood because of not having it as part of my life. I originally went to college for journalism and dropped out because it wasn't for me. I am not one who is able to always be objective and I don't like the way you have to invade other people's privacy for the sake of a story. I went back to school in for Community/Human Services and now I work as Medicaid eligibility examiner at the Department of Social Services. I like bird watching (raptors) & before I was working full-time I would volunteer with DEC to monitor bald eagles so they could time when to band the eaglets in the Spring. I would accompany them for the local bandings which was always a thrill for me. My other hobby is weather, a real "weather-weenie" as my friends like to call me. I'm a meteorologist-wannabe who was to frightened of physics and math to pursue it as a career. I like to bowl, go fishing and am a pop-culture junkie. I have been told I have a wealth of useless information and take it as a total compliment. I stumbled upon YRT from doing a search for 70s pop culture sites and have been visiting here daily ever since. I love the way a post will prompt my memory of something else and it goes on and on. The people on this site are very welcoming and it feels like "home" on the net. Thank you Steve for the wonderful site and to all of you who help me "go back in time" every day.
Tags: Featured  Member-  LProud  aka  Lori  Proudman-Brown 
Added: 18th March 2009
Views: 2219
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Posted By: Steve
Featured Member- Stacy aka littlegoldwoman My name is Stacy, I'm 41 and I live in Texas. I am the youngest of 5. My siblings were 13, 14, 19 and 24 when I was born. My first five years were filled with the greatest 60s and 70s music around blaring all the time thanks to my then teenage brother and sister. My brother had tons of records and I listened to them every chance I got. I was allowed to stay home alone in the summer when I was around 8-12. The lady next door was my sitter but she let me hang out in my house and would just come check on me. Its was fabulous. I sat around and ate and watched television all summer! My husbands name is Lance and he is in the Tx Army Guard and went to Iraq for a year. We have 3 boys Cody is 21, Trevan is 11 and Grant is 7. We have two dogs Simona and Moose also we have two cockatiels names Jax and Cate. We also have one boring turtle. We had two but Grant put him on the washing machine and the next minute he was gone. As for jobs, I was a cheerleading coach from 1990 until 2007. I owned my own program from 1998 to 2007. I retired in 2007.I was a photographer in high school and our year books are loaded with pictures I took. I continued that hobby well into adulthood. In 2004 I opened a free gallery of my "stock" type photos. My photos have been used in tons of stuff. Ive been the cover of at least 3 books that I know of. A handful of magazines, My photos have been used in two games, hundreds of advertisements and one was recently featured on Good Morning America. While my husband was in Bosnia I bought Photoshop and taught myself. I got so good I began teaching online classes. My main thing right now is home schooling my kids. Cody is out of school but Trevan is in 6th and Grant is in 1st. I started home schooling with Cody way back in 1992 so its really not a challenge anymore. Its great fun and I enjoy having my kids with me pretty much all the time. I collect movies and I have over 1000 of them. Do you know how much room that takes up? As I said in my bio I'm slightly obsessed with Oscar. I never miss him and I have stuffed lots of Academy Award trivia in my head. I love old stuff and collect barbies, sesame street stuff, star wars stuff, and tons of other stuff I don't need. Ill be sure and post some pix soon. Future plans are to sell our house (were packing now) and buy an RV and be full timers.
Tags: Featured  Member-  Stacy  aka  littlegoldwoman  Texas  Cheerleader  Bosnia  Iran  Home  School   
Added: 31st March 2009
Views: 3385
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Posted By: Steve
The Everly Brothers Another one from The Music Scene. The Everly Brothers do a medley of; Rock and Roll Music; The End; Aquarius; If I Were a Carpenter; The Price of Love; Games People Play. Good stuff!
Tags: Everly  Brothers  The  Music  Scene 
Added: 4th April 2009
Views: 1665
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Posted By: ChowDog
Mills Brothers Cielito Lindo Aye, yi yi yi baby! Good stuff.
Tags: Mills  Brothers  Cielito  Lindo 
Added: 5th April 2009
Views: 1336
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Posted By: ChowDog
Carroll OConnor Singing the Ending Theme song of ALL IN THE FAMILY Talk about RARE stuff!!!! From 1972, here is an appearance on the Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour by Carroll O'Connor, tux and all, singing the ending theme song of "All in the Family"...now we know what the words are!! What always got me is how Roger Kellaway played the song EXACTLY the way it was played on "All in the Family!"
Tags: Carroll    O  Carroll  OConnor  Singing  the  Ending  Theme  song  of  ALL  IN  THE  FAMILY 
Added: 6th July 2009
Views: 2549
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Posted By: videoholic

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