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James Brown on Whats My Line Soul singer James Brown appears as a mystery challenger on the syndicated version of What's My Line. (I believe this episode is from 1969.)
Tags: Whats  My  Line  James  Brown 
Added: 11th March 2009
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Posted By: Lava1964
Walter Cronkite reporting of UFOs Prompted by Lava's posting of Amelia Earhart, UFOs have pretty much been regularly in the news since at least the 1950s. Do You Believe?
Tags: Walter  Cronkite  reporting  of  UFOsU.F.O.    Sightings    UFO    Unidentified    Flying    Objects    Object    1973    Gulf    Coast     
Added: 9th July 2008
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Posted By: pfc
Maytag 1926 i didn't know that "the loneliest guy in town" was that old!
Tags: maytag      1926 
Added: 19th July 2008
Views: 1128
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Posted By: Teresa
All-Canadian World Series Threat Oh, no! It's the summer of 1983 and Sports Illustrated presents this horrible scenario: The Montreal Expos might win the National League pennant and the Toronto Blue Jays are threatening to win the American League flag. Brace yourselves. This would mean (gasp!) an all-Canadian World Series! We can't have that! (Luckily for xenophobic American baseball fans, neither the Expos or the Jays won the pennant that year. Whew! That's a relief!)
Tags: baseball  Canadian  teams 
Added: 21st July 2008
Views: 1488
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Posted By: Lava1964
Ron Luciano Remember flamboyant American League baseball umpire Ron Luciano? During the 1970s he was the sport's most colorful arbiter. To relieve the tedium during dull games, Luciano would call runners out by pumping his fist numerous times. He would chat and joke with players, pat them on the back when they did well, and engage in bits of mischief. He had a long-running feud with Baltimore Orioles' manager Earl Weaver, whom he once ejected from both ends of a doubleheader. When Luciano quit umpiring to become a baseball broadcaster for NBC in 1980, Weaver said, 'I hope he takes this job more seriously than he took his last one.' Luciano authored five books of baseball anecdotes that were well received. So it came as a shock to the baseball community when the good-natured and well-liked Luciano inexplicably took hs own life in January 1995 at his home in Endicott, NY. He was 57. He left a suicide note containing detailed funeral instructions, but gave no reason for why he had decided to kill himself.
Tags: Ron  Luciano 
Added: 21st July 2008
Views: 3020
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Posted By: Lava1964
Dan Quisenberry One of my favorite baseball personalities was the quotable Dan Quisenberry, ace relief pitcher for the Kansas City Royals--when the Royals had a good team. The submarine-style hurler recorded 244 career saves, but he was most fondly remembered for his offbeat sense of humor. One year in the Royals' press guide he listed his hobby as 'tinfoil chewing' and said his favorite thing about baseball was 'no homework.' Regarding baseball salaries, Quisenberry said, 'No man is worth another, and none is worth more than $12.95.' On the future, he noted, 'I've seen the future, and it's much like the present, only longer.' Diagnosed with brain cancer in 1998, Quisenberry was typically philosophical: 'I've had so many good things happen to me. So why not me?' He died later that same year at age 45.
Tags: Dan  Quisenberry  baseball 
Added: 23rd July 2008
Views: 1454
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Posted By: Lava1964
Diamond Rio    I Believe Tags:  
Added: 4th September 2008
Views: 1163
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Posted By: sbpetal353
Audie Murphy Life Cover Here is the very definition of an American hero: Audie Murphy, the most decorated American soldier of the Second World War. He was under age and undersized, but his battlefield exploits are almost beyond belief. Murphy was awarded 33 American military medals (including the Congressional Medal of Honor), five French military medals and one Belgian military medal. He was killed in a private plane accident in 1971. According to some sources, his grave at Arlington National Cemetery is the second-most visited, second only to John F. Kennedy's.
Tags: Audie  Murphy  Life  magazine 
Added: 7th August 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Elvis For Sweets. Had concert tickets to see Elvis in 1977. He was performing at our War Memorial in Sracuse, N.Y. He passed away before his tour got here. I was crushed. Still have the concert tickets. Believe it or not back then they were $25.00 each.
Tags: Statue  of  a  Fool 
Added: 12th August 2008
Views: 1177
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Posted By: roseanns1
Cher - You Better Sit Down Kids Feat Sonny Live Tags: Cher  -  You  Better  Sit  Down  Kids  Feat  Sonny  Live  Farewell    believe    tour    sonny    bono    turn    back    time    I    living    proof   
Added: 19th September 2008
Views: 1420
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Posted By: pfc

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