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Monday 9-16-2013 Assortment

Monday, September 16, 2013

A man and his wife were having an argument about who should make the coffee each morning. The wife said, “You should do it, because you get up first.”
The husband argued, “But you make breakfast every day. Can’t you just make the coffee at the same time?”
The wife shot back, “No, you have to do it. It says in the Bible that the man should make the coffee.”
The husband, incredulous, said, “I don’t believe that. Show me where it says that.”
So the wife fetched the Bible, opened it to the New Testament, and showed him the tops of several pages, where it indeed said: “HEBREWS.”

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Which chemical element got its name from a Greek word that means “stench”?

Bromine. Bromos is the Greek word that describes the element’s pungent odor.
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THE SHOW MUST GO ON

In 1991, Bea Arthur let Golden Girls producers know she’d be leaving the show at the end of the season, the show’s seventh. NBC decided to end the series—in the final episode, Arthur’s character, Dorothy, marries her boyfriend and moves out of the Miami house she shares with her friends. The rest of the cast had no interest in leaving what was still a top-thirty show, and rival network CBS thought there was some life left in the series. It bought the rights and came up with a new concept called The Golden Palace: The three remaining ladies buy and run a Miami hotel. How’d the hotel do? Not so well. The Golden Palace floundered in the ratings, finishing the year at #57. CBS canceled it in early 1993.
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Game show creator Chuck Barris (The Gong Show) wrote the 1962 hit song “Palisades Park.”

  
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    Loved, loved the joke.

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    Interesting facts.

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Sunday 9-15-2013 Silly

Sunday, September 15, 2013

What did the drum say to the drumstick?

“You think you’re so tough just because you can beat me.”

  
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Saturday 9-14-2013 Assortment

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Knock, knock.
Who’s there?
Hugh Otto.
Hugh Otto who?
Hugh Otto know.
You invited me over!
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How many innings did Jewish baseball great Sandy Koufax pitch in a 1961 game that started shortly after his 25-hour Yom Kippur fast had ended?

13. Koufax won 3–2 in a 205-pitch, 15-strikeout game against the Chicago Cubs.

(If you've ever fasted, you know just how impressive and amazing this is.)
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TUBE TALK

“Death is just nature’s way of telling you, ‘Hey, you’re not alive anymore.’”
—Bull, Night Court

“If you really want to study police methods, do what I do: watch television.”
—Officer Toody, Car 54, Where Are You?

Red: You been in bed all day?
Eric: Yeah, I’ve been reading the Jack Kerouac classic On The Road. Why get out of bed when you can read about people who got out of bed?
—That ’70s Show
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First Fox show to beat the big three networks in the ratings: 21 Jump Street (August 1987).

  
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    My favorite baseball player, Sandy Koufix

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Friday 9-13-2013 Assortment

Friday, September 13, 2013

A man who lived in a big apartment building wondered if it might be raining, so he stuck his hand out the window to check for raindrops. As he did, a glass eye dropped right into his palm. He looked up to see where it had come from and saw a young woman looking down.
“Does this belong to you?” he asked.
She said, “Yes! Would you mind bringing it up?” The man agreed.
When he got to her apartment, he discovered she was quite attractive. She offered him a drink, and he accepted. After a while, she asked him if he’d like to stay the night. He hesitated, asking, “Do you act like this with every man you meet?”
“No,” she replied. “Only with the ones that catch my eye.”
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What seabird spends the first four or more years of its life aloft?

The sooty tern, the most abundant seabird in the tropics. After fledging it only touches down on land when fully mature, and then only during the breeding season. It spends most of its time airborne, sleeping on the wing and never landing on water for fear of becoming waterlogged and incapable of flight.
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As sold on TV

Remember those TV ads offering record albums “not available in stores, available only through this special TV offer”? The person who sold the most albums: Boxcar Willie. Adopting a “singing hobo” persona, the man previously known as Lecil Martin sold 10 million copies of his song collections through TV commercials in the late 1980s. Prior to that, his biggest claim to fame was that he’d had ten minor hits on the country music chart, one of which, “Bad News,” reached #36 in 1982.
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New prime-time TV shows have only a 35% of chance of making it to a second season.

  
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    New prime-time TV shows have only a 35% of chance of making it to a second season. Yes and if you have watched them you know why~

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FATTYBOY230 9/13/2013 8:30AM

    Why is it we know all the things we should not do and are bad for us.... TV..... Gambling....... drinking........buying boxcar willie from a tv commercial.... catching a glass I........ Human nature I clearly don't understand. PS over eating.

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Thursday 9-12-2013 Assortment

Thursday, September 12, 2013

What should you do when a musician comes to your door?

Pay him and take your pizza.
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When it comes to supersonic travel, at what g-force do people start to lose their color vision?

At 4Gs—four times the force of gravity. The phenomenon is called graying out. At 4.5Gs, an individual may lose his or her vision. (Humans endure 1G during normal daily living.)
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THE SCIENCE OF TV

What’s the difference between analog and digital TV?

In the good old days of analog television broadcasting, the TV camera at the studio converted visual images into an electronic signal. In fact, analog TVs worked because they functioned, mechanically speaking, as TV cameras in reverse: At the TV station, light, in the form of a visual image, entered the camera, into the front end of a specialized cathode-ray tube called a vidicon. The vidicon converted the images into an electronic signal that the TV station broadcast (along with the audio signal) over the air to your TV. Inside your television, the process was reversed: The video signal was fed into the back end of a cathode-ray tube that was very similar to a vidicon. The cathode-ray tube then converted the electronic signal back into the visual image and displayed it on the front surface of the tube—the TV screen. Digital TV signals, however, are bits of computerized code; at their most basic, they are a “1” or a “0.” A digital converter in a modern television, put simply, takes those bits and converts them into images and sound.
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The map on Bonanza’s credits has Carson City north of the Ponderosa. It’s really to the east.

  
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