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A Slow News Day?

  Unfortunately in the news business, sometimes the reporters “become” the news with tragic results.  Reporter Kelly and Engineer Dan found this out on a live shot … almost. This story first appeared in its original form June 26, 2013. … Continue reading

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Nerds Unlimited

This fun pic is being brought to you by the “Dale-ectable” Dale Rogerson.  Thank-you, Dale.  I can’t wait to see you serving up that chicken soup you promised me and je préviens de vous voir porter aussi votre costume de femme … Continue reading

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Fandom … And Who Needs It?

Well, hello again, folks!  Yes, it’s been awhile.  Why?  Because I have been busy getting my house in order.  At the young age I am, I am officially … retired! Yes, retired.  I have joined the ranks of that great … Continue reading

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Ex-speeding The Seed Limit

My fantasy has arrived.  It falls under the file of What We REALLY Wish We Could See On TV News. Queen Rochelle furnished the picture … which I might say is AWESOME!   I wish I had a better, more … Continue reading

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Send More Chuck Berry!

Sarah Potter gave us this photo.  Thanks, Sarah. I had NO idea what this was (which goes to show you NEVER wake up at 4 AM to see what the prompt of the week is — you’ll get confused). Then, again, … Continue reading

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Charlie and The Theo Mack Factory

  Liz sent us this pic.  Thanks, Liz! Let’s go back to Chicago, Illinois, around the 1910’s or early 20’s and see what teenager, Eddie Berggren did in order to upgrade his act at the woodworking shop of Theo Mack and … Continue reading

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There’ll Be Some Changes Made

This week’s photo comes from our wonderful Ted Strutz whose pics are always top notch.  Thanks, Ted. The shot of the chair makes it look like it’s on a stage. So, a show-biz story is in order, I think. When … Continue reading

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