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  1. tfeverfred
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    But wasn't that also during the days of "payola". Record exec's could practically buy their stars place on the charts by paying radio DJ's to have certain songs played. Not saying it happened in every case, but it did happen.
     
  2. Hot LZ
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    Right you are.
     
  3. Fugly Too
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    If somebody beats me to this, my apologies.

    The bomb bay fuel tank was hit and caught fire, the fire ran through the fuel system and caused the aircraft to explode. The upper bomb bay tank was a removable field mod and was susceptible to gunfire as it had no self-sealing bladder

    What you see on the wing is the self-sealing fuel tank rubber from the wing tanks that the blaze has turned to liquid and being vented out of the control surfaces/flap openings.
     
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    Watch the Peter Sellers comedy "After The Fox" You'll see plenty.
     
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    Guy in the back... "Please don't play the accordion again."
     

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    Jack Paar, the originator of "I kid you not" which became "I shit you not"
     
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    It was good. It's actually too bad there isn't that parallel today

    I can (and do) like "Wild Thing"(I think I love you, but IIII don't know for sure...) as well as Everybody Loves Somebody...Also, Dean Martin had a pretty popular variety show on TV at that time. It was popular for all ages too.
     
  9. Tanks! That was puzzling!
     
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    I think you're right. When I looked closer I noticed the wooden "big" and "littles";)
     
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  13. Looks like she made it into Playboy at age 37 ,,, pretty good..

     
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  15. Here's a few for today.
     

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  18. :eek:
     
  19. Taxicab strike New York
     

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    WABC 770 Playlists from 1966.
     

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    Hudson sectioned about four inches, The 'Night Train'. Mr. Mueller's car now, restored back to show.
     
  22. Who is this luscious creature? :eek:
     
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    The center looks pretty much the same today. Just replace the cars with more modern ones, add a Subway and a couple of other shops, and you are there. My sister lived there until recently.
     
  24. Powerful Pete
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    The shot of MSA Motors finally brought me out of the woodwork! I spent the first 18 years of my working career in that building (most of 60 years in Abbotsford/Mission area) Some of the pix are from before my time but recognizable. Buy me a beer and I'll tell you some history. Bowtie, you're not bad for a Chevy guy.
     
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    And the same thing happens today. Been there and done that, fairly recently. Today you just have a middleman between the payer and the payee.
     
  26. Enhanced, but external, you'd be amazed at the engineering and falsies that went into the building of bra's and dresses back then, especially for "bombshell" celebrities. A B cup actress could go up to a D cup with a good seamstress at her side. If you look at the Marilyn and Jayne photos, they definitely range up and down over the years. Others, like Sophia Loren, who was more naturally endowed, had designers that enhanced what she already had. Implants debuted early on, but not too many embraced the surgery initially, lots of complications (as there is today too).
     
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    That's hilarious! Perfect caption. I would have felt the same.
     
  29. OKG853
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    Ditto!
     
  30. Lansing - September 1957

    2007 marks the 50th anniversary of McDonald's Restaurants in Michigan. This photo shows the first McDonald's in the state and one of the first anywhere! Ray Kroc, the legendary founder of McDonald's, opened his first store in Des Plaines, Illinois only a year earlier.
     
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