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    Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons Medley, Rare Footage

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2ZnWMGyCM4Video can’t be loaded: Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons (Medley) Sherry, Walk Like A Man,Big Girls Don’t Cry,Dawn,Rag Doll (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2ZnWMGyCM4) The Four Seasons were a famous group stemming the good old garden state in the early development days of rock and roll. They were also known as the “Jersey Boys”The first song number one […]

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    Marlo Thomas Says To Feel Free To Be You And Me

      Free to Be… You and Me was a children’s entertainment project that was created and executive-produced by the famous actress and author Marlo Thomas. The production was in collaboration with the Ms. Foundation for Women. The project was in the form of a vinyl record and illustrated book first released on November 1972. The project […]

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    Burns, Bruises, Band-Aids And Mercurochrome

    When I was a little kid, we had a park that our parents would drop us off for playdates and hours of fun. These hours would fly by like seconds as we covered every fun activity there was to take advantage of, making up our own games, or playing old games, to simply swinging on […]

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    Andre The Gentle Giant Was Larger Than Life

    André René Roussimoff, otherwise known as “Andre the Giant” was born on May 19, 1946 and he passed away on January 27, 1993. He was a French professional wrestler and actor. His famous feuds included one  with Hulk Hogan, that went down at WrestleMania III. His most memorable acting part was Fezzik, the giant in the […]

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    The Wonder Of Sealing A Bag Of Bread

    A bread clip is a device used to hold plastic bags closed, such as the ones in which sliced bread is commonly packaged. They are also commonly called bread tags, bread climps, bread tabs, bread ties, bread ribbons or bread-bag clips. The term Occlupanid was coined to describe these devices by a group working on […]

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    The Pictures History Books Never Showed

    So you’re sitting in history class on the first day of school. Your teacher hands you your new textbook. Flipping through the pages you begin to notice that there are photos which you’d never think would make it into a history textbook. However, although there are already questionable pictures in textbooks, there are also those […]

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    Can You Name That Tune? Say What?

    We have all been guilty of singing the wrong lyrics to songs and I will admit, I am still guilty. I don’t think there is one song that I don’t flub the lyrics on. Whether it’s part of the chorus or just a word that get’s miffed, I definitely have the wrong lyrics embedded into my […]

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    The Top Ten Worst Two-Hours You’ll Never Get Back.

    There have been many terrible films made that we have had the unfortunate privilege of seeing, and/or of walking out of. In the 1970’s, the B-list movie world was becoming popular with the advent and rise of drive in theaters. These are just some of the worst, worst movies to ever be distributed to theaters […]

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    12 Cool Collectibles That Have Stood The Test Of Time

    It’s not necessarily about the monetary for me when it comes to collecting and antiquing, it’s about the memories that come along with it. If I could be a “picker” or have enough space to buy all the things I find and fall in love with at auctions, flea markets, garage sales and/or thrift stores, […]

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    Top Ten Blockbusters Of 1977

    It was forty years ago and we were with our dates or with our friends or with our parents or with all of the above waiting in line to go see the next biggest blockbuster of the year. It seems that 1977 was definitely the year for Hollywood and New Hollywood hits. From storylines to […]

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    Monday Monday The Mamas And The Papas (1966)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xib_oKzxXZEVideo can’t be loaded: The Mamas & the Papas – Monday Monday (Monterey 1967) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xib_oKzxXZE) “Monday, Monday” Bah da bah da da da Bah da bah da da da Bah da bah da da da Monday, Monday, so good to me Monday mornin’, it was all I hoped it would be Oh Monday mornin’, Monday […]

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    The Best Cat Fights in “Dynasty”

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78AOhXddoE8Video can’t be loaded: “Dynasty” Cat Fights (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78AOhXddoE8) Alexis Colby’s maiden name was Morell. She is also formerly a Carrington. After her divorce with Blake Carrington, her last name changes to its final forms,  Dexter and then Rowan. Alexis is a fictional character played by Joan Collins on the famous American TV series Dynasty. She is elegantly evil ex-wife of Blake Carrington (John […]

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    From Child Prodigy To “Mr. Showmanship”

    Władziu Valentino Liberace was born on May 16, 1919 in West Allis, Wisconsin.and he passed away on February 4, 1987. He was also known, though, as just Liberace. He was an American pianist, a singer, and an actor. Liberace’s parents were working-class immigrants hailing from Formia, Italy. His father had high standards, encouraging his son to […]

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    Scooby Doo’s Best Celebrity Guest Appearances

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeRm2esVSdYVideo can’t be loaded: 1972 The New Scooby-Doo Movies Intro S1 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeRm2esVSdY) Do you remember The New Scooby-Doo Movies? It was an animated American mystery comedy television series that was produced for CBS by Hanna-Barbera that ran for two successful seasons between 1972 and 1974. It is the second animated television series in the studio’s Scooby-Doo […]