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  "Dahomey Dance" (John Coltrane) (1974) and "Tom Cat" (Max Bennett) (1974 to
1976) Tom Scott and the L.A. Express

  Hitler sings "Movin' on Up" (Ja'Net DuBois/Jeff Barry) (rec. 1974?)

  "Pick Up The Pieces" (Roger Ball/Malcolm Duncan/Alan Gorrie/Onnie McIntyre/
Hamish Stuart/Robbie McIntosh) (rel. July, 1974), "If I Ever Lose This Heaven"
(Leon Ware, Pam Sawyer), "Cloudy" (Stuart/Gorrie), and "School Boy Crush"
(Average White Band/Stuart/Ferrone/Gorrie) (1975) Average White Band

  "Fire" (Billy Beck/Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner/Marshall "Rock" Jones/Ralph
"Pee Wee" Middlebrooks/Marvin "Merv" Pierce/Clarence "Satch" Satchell/James
"Diamond" Williams) (rel. Nov., 1974) The Ohio Players

  "Silver Threads And Golden Needles" (Jack Rhodes/Dick Reynolds) (1974)
        "When Will I Be Loved" (Phil Everly) (1974)
  "Heat Wave" (Holland–Dozier–Holland) Linda Ronstadt (Sept., 1975)
      "That'll Be the Day" (Jerry Allison/Buddy Holly/Norman Petty) (1976)
  "Tumbling Dice" (Jagger/Richards) (1977)
      "Poor Poor Pitiful Me" (Warren Zevon) (1977)
  "It's so Easy" (Buddy Holly/Norman Petty) (1977) Linda Ronstadt '

  "Fire" (Billy Beck/Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner/Marshall "Rock" Jones/Ralph

"Pee Wee" Middlebrooks/Marvin "Merv" Pierce/Clarence "Satch" Satchell/James

"Diamond" Williams) (rel. Nov., 1974) The Ohio Players

  "That's the Way of the World" (Maurice White/Charles Stepney/Verdine White)

(rec. Sept.16 to Oct.2, 1974/rel. March 15, 1975), "Shining Star" (1974/1975),

and "September" (Maurice White/Al McKay/Allee Willis) (1978) Earth, Wind & Fire,_Wind_%26_Fire_song%29,_Wind_%26_Fire_song%29,_Wind_%26_Fire_song%29,_Wind_%26_Fire

  "Hang Up Your Hangups" (Herbie Hancock/Melvin Ragin/Paul Jackson) (rec. 1974 to

1975/rel. Aug.22, 1975) Herbie HancocK (w/Wah Melvin "Wah-Wah Watson" Ragin, Paul

Jackson, Wayne Shorter, etc.)

    "All Nite (Don't Stop)" (Janet Jackson/James Harris III/Terry Lewis/Tony

    "Prof T" Tolbert/Anders Bagge/Arnthor Birgisson/Herbie Hancock/Paul

    Jackson/Melvin Ragin) (2003) Janet Jackson (out to outdo Led Zeppelin for

    most appropriated song bits....)

  "Fame" (David Bowie/Carlos Alomar/John Lennon) (rec. Jan., 1975/rel. July 25,

1975) David Bowie (with John Lennon)

  "I Saw Him Standing There" (Lennon/McCartney) (April, 1975) Maggie Bell

  "Love Will Keep Us Together" (Neil Sedaka/Howard Greenfield) (rel. April, 1975)

The Captain & Tennille

  "Main Title" (theme From "Jaws")" (rec. 1975/film rel. June 20, 1975), "Main

Title" ("Star Wars" theme) (rec. March, 1977/rel. June 1977), "Resolution and End

Titles" ("Close Encounters Of The Third Kind") (rec. June, 1976 to Oct., 1977/

rel. 1977), "Theme from Superman (Main Title)" (US film rel. Dec.15, 1978), and

"Flying" ("E.T. the Extra-Terrestial") (rec. March to April, 1982/rel. June 11,

1982) (John Williams) John Williams\]\\

  "Always There" (William Jeffrey/Ronnie Laws) (1975) Ronnie Laws

  "Do the Dog," "Normal/This Land Ain't Your Land," and "I'm Flexible"

(Martin Mull) Martin Mull "Soundstage: 60 Minutes to Kill" (1975)

  Sweet Transvestite" (Richard O'Brien/Richard Hartley) Tim Curry, Susan

Sarandon, Barry Bostwick "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (rel. Aug.15, 1975)

  "Better Off Without a Wife," "Spare Parts I (A Nocturnal Emission)," "Spare

Parts II and Closing" (rec. July 30–31, 1975/rel. Oct.21, 1975), and "Heart

Attack and Vine" (rec. June 16to July 15, 1980/rel. Sept.9, 1980) (Tom Waits)

Tom Waits

  "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" (Jack Nitzsche) (film rel. Nov., 19, 1975)

  "Lido Shuffle" (David Paich/Boz Scaggs) and "We're All Alone" (Boz Scaggs)

(1975 to 1976) Boz Scaggs

  "This Masquerade" (Leon Russell) and "Breezin'" (rec. Jan., 1976/rel. April,

1976) (Bobby Womack) George Benson

  "I Don't Want to Go Home" (Steven Van Zandt) (rel. June 10, 1976) Southside

Johnny and the Asbury Jukes

  "Rescue Me" (Raynard Miner/Carl Smith/Fontella Bass (disputed)) (1976) and

"Bad Weather" (Ira Tucker, Jr./Stevie Wonder) (rel. Oct., 1978)

Melissa Manchester

  "Car Wash" (Norman Whitfield) (rel. Sept., 1976) Rose Royce

  "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing" (Vini Poncia/Leo Sayer) (rel. Oct., 1976)

Leo Sayer

  "Alison," "Miracle Man," "Watching the Detectives," "Blame It On Cain," and

"(The Angels Wanna Wear My) Red Shoes" (Elvis Costello) Elvis Costello (Declan

MacManus) (rec. 1976 to 1977/rel. July 22, 1977)

  "Pump It Up" (rec. 1977–1978/rel. 1978) and "Radio Radio" (rec. 1978/rel. Oct.20,

1978) (Elvis Costello), and "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love, and Understanding"

(Nick Lowe) (rec./rel. 1979?) Elvis Costello and the Attractions,_Love,_and_Understanding

  "Rainbow in Your Eyes" (Leon Russell), "Lovin' You" (Al Jarreau), "Burst in

with the Dawn" (Al Jarreau), "Look to the Rainbow" (Yip Harburg, Burton Lane)

(rec. Jan. to Feb., 1977/rel. May 27, 1977), and "One Note Samba" (Antônio

Carlos Jobim, Jon Hendricks) (2001) Al Jarreau (born Claude Russell Bridges)

  "Funky Music" (Barrett Strong/Norman Whitfield) and "Dan Swit Me" (Jeffrey Cohen/

Ray Parker, Jr./David Rubinson/Armstead Edwards) (rel. Aug.19, 1977) Patti LaBelle
     Armstead Edwards was Patti LaBelle's husband.

  "I Want You to Want Me" (Rick Nielsen) (rel. Sept., 1977 and live 1978) and

"Surrender" (live 1978) Cheap Trick

  "Movin' Out," "Scenes from an Italian Restaurant," "Vienna," and "Only The

Good Die Young" (Billy Joel) (rec. July to Aug., 1977/rel. Sept.29, 1977)

Billy Joel

  "Godzilla" (Donald Roeser a.k.a. Buck Dharma) (rel. Nov., 1977)

Blue Öyster Cult

  "Ragtime Cowboy Joe" (Lewis F. Muir/Maurice Abrahams/Grant Clarke)

Carol Burnett, Tim Conway, James Stewart (March 29, 1978)

  "The Robots" (German "Die  Roboter") (Ralf Hütter/Florian Schneider/Karl Bartos)

(rel. May, 1978) Kraftwerk  (it would fit in on Wave 103)

    Kraftwerk skits  The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson  and Josh Robert Thompson


  "Macho Man" (Jacques Morali/Henri Belolo/Victor Willis/Peter Whitehead) (rel.

June, 1978), "Y.M.C.A." (Jacques Morali/Victor Willis/Henri Belolo) (rel. Oct.17,

1978), and "In the Navy" (Jacques Morali/Henri Belolo/Victor Willis) (rec. 1978/

rel. March, 1979) Village People

  (Some VP lyrics are spoken by a GTA "III" ped and VP costumes are used by those

on stage at the Malibu Club in GTA "Vice City.")

  "Highway to Hell" (Bon Scott/Angus Young/Malcolm Young) (US rec. Jan. to

Feb., 1979/rel. July 27, 1979) and "You Shook Me All Night Long" (Angus Young/

Malcolm Young/Brian Johnson) (rel. Aug.19, 1980) AC/DC

  "Cow Patti" (Jim Stafford) ("Any Which Way You Can," 1980) Jim Stafford

  "Take me to the River" (Al Green/Mabon "Teenie" Hodges) (1980)
     "Burning Down the House" (David Byrne/Chris Frantz/Jerry Harrison/
     Tina Weymouth) (1983)
  "And She Was" (David Byrne) (1985)
     "Wild Wild Life" (David Byrne) (1986) Talking Heads

  "Rapture" (Deborah Harry/Chris Stein)  (1980 to 1981) Blondie

  (featuring Debbie Harry--the voice actress of Doris the Kaufman Cab dispatcher

of "Vice City")

  "Who Can It Be Now?" (Colin Hay) Men at Work (1981 to 1982)

  "1999" (Prince) Prince (1982)

  "Bang the Drum All Day" (Todd Rundgren) Todd Rundgren (1982/1983)

  "Every Breath You Take" (Sting) The Police (1983)

     "Georgy Girl" (Tom Springfield/Jim Dale) The Seekers (rel. Oct.10, 1966)

  "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" (Robert Hazard), "She Bop," (Cyndi Lauper/
Stephen Broughton Lunt/Gary Corbett/Rick Chertoff), and "All Through The Night"
(Jules Shear) (rec. May to Aug., 1983/rel. Oct., 14, 1983) Cyndi Lauper (with Gary Corbett)

  "Jump" (Eddie Van Halen/Alex Van Halen/Michael Anthony/David Lee Roth)

(1983) Van Halen

  "California Girls" (Brian Wilson, Mike Love) (rel. Dec.19, 1984)
  "Just A Gigolo/I Ain't Got Nobody" (Leonello Casucci, Irving Caesar/Spencer
Williams, Roger A. Graham) (1985)
  "Goin' Crazy!" (rel. July 7, 1986) David Lee Roth
      "Just A Gigolo" (Leonello Casucci/Irving Caesar)/"I Ain't Got Nobody"
      (Spencer Williams/Roger A. Graham) Louis Prima!
          "Buona Sera" (Carl Sigman/Peter de Rose) Louis Prima (rec. April 19
          and 20, 1956/rel. Nov., 1956)

      "When You're Smiling ((Larry Shay/Mark Fisher/Joe Goodwin)/The Sheik Of Araby"
      (Ted Snyder/Francis Wheeler/Harry B. Smith) Louis Prima and Keely Smith
      with Sam Butera and The Witnesses (May, 1957)

  "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" (George Michael) Wham! (1983/1984)!

  "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" (Jack Norworth/Albert Von Tilzer)

  Steve Goodman (mandolin: Kenneth C. "Jethro" Burns) (1984?)

  "Like a Virgin" (1984), "Material Girl" (1984/1985), and "Into the Groove"

(1984) Madonna

  "The Power of Love" (Huey Lewis/Chris Hayes/Johnny Colla) (1985) and "Hip To

Be Square" (Bill Gibson/Sean Hopper/Huey Lewis) (1986) Huey Lewis and the News

  "Control," "Nasty," "What Have You Done For Me Lately," and "When I Think

Of You" (James Harris III/Terry Lewis/Janet Jackson) (1986) Janet Jackson

  "Kiss" (Prince) Prince (1986)
      The Art of Noise featuring Tom Jones

  "Sledgehammer" (Peter Gabriel) Peter Gabriel (1986)

  "Addicted to Love" (Robert Palmer) Robert Palmer (1986)

  "Walk This Way" (Steven Tyler/Joe Perry) Run-DMC featuring Aerosmith


  "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (to Party!)" (Beastie Boys/

Rick Rubin/Tom Cushman) Beastie Boys (1986)!)

  "Born to Run," "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" (Bruce Springsteen) ("Live 1975–85"),

and "Detroit Medley"--"Devil with the Blue Dress" (Shorty Long/Mickey

Stevenson), "Good Golly, Miss Molly" (Robert Blackwell/John Marascalco), "See

See Rider" (Ma Rainey/Lena Arant), "Jenny Take a Ride" (Enotris Johnson/Richard

Penniman/Bob Crewe), and "I Hear a Train" (Bruce Springsteen) (Tempe, Arizona


  Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

  "Cabbage Rolls and Coffee" (Eugene Levy/John Candy) and interview

The Schmenge Brothers and David Letterman ("Late Night with David Letterman")
      "The Last Polka" (1985) (Eugene Levy and John Candy)

  Max Graham's 2005 remix of "Owner of a Lonely Heart" (Trevor Rabin/Jon

Anderson/Chris Squire/Trevor Horn) Yes (1983)

  For no particular musical reason:

  "Home Movie" W. C. Fields film by George Mann (1928) "The Japanese Sandman"

  (Richard A. Whiting/Raymond B. Egan) Artie Shaw (1936)
      "David Copperfield" (1935) W. C. Fields as Charles Dickens' Wilkins Micawber
  "It's a Gift" (1934) Porch swing scene (edited)  W.C. Fields
      "My Little Chickadee" (1940) The Sheriff tends bar W.C. Fields
  "TCM Star of the Month: W.C. Fields" with John Cleese (June, 2001)

  "The Belle of Amherst" Julie Harris as Emily Dickinson (1976)

  "Mark Twain Tonight!" Hal Holbrook as Samuel Clemens/Mark Twain (1967)!

  "There ain't no Sanity Clause" The Marx Brothers "A Night at the Opera" (rel.
Nov.15, 1935)

  Billy Gilbert/Joe Pettibone "His Girl Friday" (1940)

  "Block Busters" The East Side Kids (1944) and "Ghost Chasers"

The Bowery Boys  Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall, Gabriel Dell, etc. (1951)

  James Stewart/Elwood P. Dowd, Cecil Kellaway/Dr. William Chumley

  "Poor,poor thing."
     "...oh so smart or oh so pleasant." "Harvey" (1950)

  "The Spirit of Christmas" (1950) Alexander Scourby (live action narrator) and

The Mabel Beaton Marionettes  "A Visit from St. Nicholas" (Clement Clarke Moore)

Sponsored by the Bell Telephone company

  Van Johnson/Jeff Douglas on witches "Brigadoon" (1954)

  "The Phil Silvers Show"  Fort Baxter in VC seems to be named after the name

of the location used in the series.

  "The WAC" Season 1 Episode 3 (1955)
      "Bivouac" Season 1 Episode 11 (1955)

  In "Supersonic Saucer" (1956), similar to "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, a

group of kids take care of Meba--an alien child--and protect him from bad adults.

(7:04 humbug: a hard peppermint candy.  Meba has no mouth so can't eat a humbug.)
      25:30 to 29:40  The antagonist Number Thirteen absconds with Meba using the
      back basket of a bicycle-like tricycle that has a basket on the handlebars.

  Andy Griffith and James Millhollin "No Time For Sergeants" (1957)

  Hans Conried/Uncle Tonoose on "The Danny Thomas Show" (1957, 1958)
      Sacha Baron Cohen/Borat (2006)
      My guess is that Tonoose is where Sacha got the basic idea for Borat.

  Mystery challengers "What's My Line?" (1950 to 1967)

  "To Kill a Mockingbird" a novel by Harper Lee (1960) read by Sissy Spacek

(July 8, 2014)

  Kukla, Fran and Ollie "Christmas Is A Time" (Carolyn Gilbert) (Dec.20, 1949)
      "Match Game PM" (1979) Ginger Morris: "Cuckoo, Friend and Ollie"
        (the "accordion" episode) (episode 27)
        (the "cuckoo, friend and Ollie" episode) (episode 28)

  "The Friendly Giant" Bob Homme, Rod Coneybeare, and John Duncan "Early One

Morning" (folk song) (1958-1960's?)

  Shari Lewis with Lamb Chop and Charlie Horse "The Shari Lewis Show" 

  (1960 to 1963)

  Ricki Wertz "Ricki & Copper" (1959 to 1969)

  Paul Shannon's "Adventure Time" (1960's? without audio and March 30, 1975)

  "Captain Kangaroo" Bob Keeshan, Hugh Brannum, Cosmo Allegretti, dancer George Zima,

and juggler Irving Harmon (July 22, 1961)
      "Puffin' Billy (The Captain Kangaroo theme)" (Edward G. White)
  "Heigh-Ho" (Frank Churchill/Larry Morey) Mary Martin

  "Miss Janey" Vance Braham Pittsburgh Romper Room (1960 to 1969)

  "Pittsburgh's Original TV Stars" Parts 1 to 5

  Joe Negri, Ricki Wertz (host), David Murray, Jean Connelly, Dan Mallinger,

Eleanor Shano, "Bwana" Don Riggs, George Eisenhauer, Josie Carey, Hank Stohl

(and Knish and Rodney), Bill Brant, Nick Perry, David Grantz, Lucy Seibert,

Ray Scott, Tom Finn, Adam Lynch, Marie Torre, Al McDowell, Marcie Lynn,

Fred Rogers, and Paul Shannon (Jan.23, 1988)

  Chartiers Valley School District  Bridgeville, Pennsylvania,_Pennsylvania

  Bill Winstein The Pittsburgh Press

  Ice Capades (1960)
      "Summer On Ice" (1961) (or June 24, 1960) (or June 1, 1959)

  Kennywood Park ads and promos (mainly from the 1950's and 1960's)
  "Kennywood Memories" narrated by Rick Sebak (Sept.28, 1988)
      "That Kennywood Summer" (extra footage from "Kennywood Memories" of 1988)

  Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
  4400 Forbes Ave. (in the Oakland neighborhood of)
  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
     Carnegie Museum of Natural History
  Carnegie Museum of Art
     Carnegie Science Center
     One Allegheny Ave.
     Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15212

  Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum
  4141 Fifth Ave.
  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213

  Guillows Sky Streak balsa wood rubber band airplane (1960's),_Inc.
      "Big Bang Cannon" by Conestoga Co.  It uses Bangsite powder and water.
      It's a carbide cannon. (1960's)

  Bruni's Market (run by Rose Bruni, son Lou) is now the location of the Cucina
Bella restaurant (pizza, formaggi, etc.).  Cucina Bella, 1200 Pennsylvania Ave,
Bridgeville, PA 15017 (412) 257-5150,_Pennsylvania

  Great Southern Shopping Center, 1155 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, PA 15017
+1 814-532-6186

  Portman's Farm Market, 3249 Washington Pike, Bridgeville, PA 15017 (412) 221-5635
  I remember being taken there by my parents for bushel baskets of red delicious
and yellow delicious apples (crisp, sweet, and juicy) and apple cider.

  Fatigati’s Italian Restaurant was next to the present day
  Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 586
  637 Millers Run Rd, Cuddy, PA 15031
  (which itself is the site of the former railroad station).,_Pennsylvania
  Professional football player Terry Bradshaw, who had married local resident Melissa
Babish, frequented Fatigati’s, which operated from the early 1920s until 1992. People
traveled from all over the region for the steak, seafood and pasta.
  Cuddy originally was known as known as Treveskyn, named for Indian Chief Treveskyn,
whose village sat atop the high hill on Hickory Grade Road where today’s Calvary Church
is located.
  The railroad station was named Treveskyn, and the post office was named Cuddy.  The
source of the name "Cuddy" is unknown.
  South Fayette Connect Fall 2017 Volume 2, Issue 3
    also see

  Twin Lakes Park, 219 Twin Lakes Road, Latrobe, Westmoreland County, PA 15650

It's a good spot to take kids to teach them how to fish.
      The Spillway in Linesville, Crawford County, Pennsylvania, on the Pymatuning
      Reservoir is known as "Where the Ducks Walk on the Fish."

  There are various ways to talk to a cardinal (red bird).  My Dad taught me

this way when I was little.  Make a couple whistles that slide (portamento) up

then four to seven that slide down.  The cardinal will probably make whistles

that repeat the number you chose (two then five, two then three, etc.).

  "Davey and Goliath" (1961)

  S & H Green Stamps
  Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning,_ventilation,_and_air_conditioning

  Lionel O scale steam locomotive trains

  (My Dad was a brakeman on the railroad in the 1930's.)

    Train Room Gary  Trains controlled by Mike's DCS and the TIU
     Lionel LionChief 0-8-0 Steam Locomotive Pennsylvania Broadway Limited
     Lionel Legacy Pennsylvania 2-10-4 J1A Steam Locomotive #6479
     1033 Transformer

  German glass Christmas tree ornaments
  Glass bird Christmas tree ornaments
  Mantle nativity scene manger

  Jonathan Winters on "The Tonight Show" hosted by Jack Paar (1957 to 1962)

  Peter Cook "Experiences Down the Mine" Dudley Moore Beethoven sonata parody

of "Bridge Over the River Kwai" (Kenneth J. Alford/Malcolm Arnold) and a

complete episode of "Beyond The Fringe" also starring Jonathan Miller and

Alan Bennett "Beyond The Fringe" (1960 to 1964)

  Highland Park Zoo  Howard Hayes, Director of Highland Park Zoo,

describes the elephants (1962)
      Polar bears, brown bears, goats, camels, emus, birds (?), otters, chimps,
      storks, bird (?), seals (1950's)

  Regis "Rege" Cordic Olde Frothingslosh beer KDKA Pittsburgh (1962)

  "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" (1963)  Spencer Tracy, Milton Berle, Sid

Caesar, Buddy Hackett, Ethel Merman, Mickey Rooney, Dick Shawn, Phil Silvers,

Terry-Thomas, Jonathan Winters, Edie Adams, Dorothy Provine, Jimmy Durante,_Mad,_Mad,_Mad_World

  "My Favorite Martian" S1 E12 "That Little Old Matchmaker, Martin" (1963)

15:43--Robert Colbert/Bill Fisher calls Bill Bixby, who plays Tim O'Hara,

"Bill."  Ray Walston/Uncle Martin

  "The Americanization of Emily" (Paddy Chayefsky) James Garner, Julie Andrews,

James Coburn, etc. (1964)

  "Dibs in Search of Self" by Virginia Axline (1964)

  Carl Reiner/Alan Brady toupee bit "The Dick Van Dyke Show"

"Coast to Coast Big Mouth" (Sept.15, 1965)

  Woody Allen stand-up (I965)
      Woody Allen and Diane Keaton at the 45th annual AFI Life Achievement Award
      (June 8, 2017)
        "By the Way, Woody Allen Is Innocent" by Rick Worley

  The Green Man/Charlie No-Face/Raymond Robinson (Oct.29, 1910--June 11, 1985)

  Illegitimati non carborundum

  Don't let the bastards grind you down  "Vinegar Joe" Stilwell

  My  Dad made an ornate rendition of this which he had framed on a wall of his

art room.  It's also probably relevant that he served in a tank unit in WWII on

the Burma Road where Stilwell was a General.  (Later, my Dad was on the art

staff, then artist for the sports page, of the, now defunct, Pittsburgh Press.)
      "The Sherman Tank Comes Home - We Can Do It! WWII" by Senator John Heinz
      History Center
      It may be the one I was familiar with that was parked on display in Avella,
      PA, in Washington County.,_Pennsylvania

  Bob Prince MLB All Star Game (July 13, 1965) NL6 AL5

  "A Thousand Clowns" (Herb Gardner) Jason Robards, Barbara Harris, Martin Balsam,

Barry Gordon, William Daniels, Gene Saks (1965)
      "A Thousand Clowns" (Gerry_Mulligan/Judy Holliday)
      "Yes Sir, That's My Baby" (Walter Donaldson/Gus Kahn),_That%27s_My_Baby_%28song%29
      "The Stars and Stripes Forever" (John Philip Sousa)

  "A History of American Barbecue" by The History Guy: History Deserves to Be Remembered
  Maple sugar candy
  Cream Danish
  Tree climbing

  Touring quadracycles

  Quadracycle pedal power quadricycle quadra-cycles
  Quadracycles At Sylvania Outfitters
  Tonmai's quadricycle
  Homemade Solar Electric Car 4000W The Ultimate Free Energy ! DIY Project

  "Hollywood Squares" host: Peter Marshall  center square: Paul Lynde (1966 on)

  "The Producers" (1968) Franz Liebkind/Kenneth Mars, Max Bialystock/Zero Mostel,

and Leo Bloom/Gene Wilder
    Lewis Black  The "Glenn Beck has Nazi Tourette's" routine during "Back in Black"
    on "The Daily Show" (2010)

  GTW editorial about "Glenn Beck has Nazi Tourette's" (which I thought was very funny):

  Two big changes have been made in recent years:

  - one is humanitarianism (overpopulation/pollution/global warming/climate change)

meaning we need far less people on Earth not more.  It seems unrealistic to expect

people to use the self-discipline recommended by scientists to minimize the nega-

tive effects people are creating.

  - two is the conservative religious idea of homosexuals choosing to be bad becoming less

popular than the liberal idea of it being an acceptable sexual orientation.

  Having the gov't murder homosexuals (Lev.18,20) and try to kill Amalekite men, women,

and children (1 Sam.15) would be a much better comparison with Nazis. After WWII Israel

again became a country--in the same land where some Jews claimed God talked to them (when

He wasn't taking that great).  Well after WWII and "Schindler's List," in the late 1960's,

the idea that homosexuals chose to be bad became conservative then Orthodox among Jews.

Time hasn't been kind to Moses' rep.  Now, most there claim to prefer a two state

solution regarding Palestinians but vote leaders into office who make the idea of a

refugee for a persecuted people seem ironic.

  This despite great expense by the USA, USA separation of church and state, and the

location of Israel being based on where the invisible guy invented a murderous bigotry.

Israel looks like the separatist effort by a marginalized ethnic group that a sociologist

would say looks like it wouldn't work--the solution to encourage is assimilation (as in

NYC).  And if you go there (to believe in God or not) as liberally as I'd recommend the

difference between Jew and Gentile, and the location of Israel, disappears.  Which I

think is for the best.

  (Problems for Abrahamic leaders like MLK in using the Bible or Quran to lend authority

to their words of brotherhood include conservative Jewish, Christian, and Islamic stances

on homosexuality, who is granted salvation in the next life, Biblical complementarianism--

men and women are equal but have different roles such as that men run things--and slavery.

Also, USA gov't efforts are supposed to have separation of church and state.)

  Regarding God or atheism, you can define God or atheism so basically the concern to

misinform or harm disappears, and I'd make this analogy with music:

  Don't mess with the objective--the math used for beats or chords and scales--or

you're hitting clams (sour notes), and

  don't mess with the subjective--allow freedom of subjective reaction--don't hit

anybody on the head with a trambone or a Fender bass over it.  Understand faith for

what it is likewise.

  Kept in check those ways, what anybody wants to listen to on their headphones---this

that or nothing--is their business.

  I'd recommend seeing heroism as restricted to events like running into the burning

building to save the child, etc.  Nobody's perfect, so if you expand it to the whole

person it's probably a mistake--explanations could even get thorny.

  You can write on a 3" x 5" card that to be unethical is to overindulge the self at

another's unnecessary hurt or offense, unfair regard or treatment, as by lying, stealing,

murder, etc.  For racism, homophobia, misogyny, etc., being junk science, see the latest

greatest encyclopedia.  No books about supernatural beings, heroes, holidays, statues,

etc., required.

  "My World & Welcome to It" "Rally Round The Flag" E14 (Dec.15, 1969)

  Arte Johnson/Piotr Rosmenko and the Rosmenko Twins with Sammy Davis Jr.
"Laugh In" (late 1960's)

  Bill "Chilly Billy" Cardille "Chiller Theatre" promo (1970's?)

  Emmy Awards: Tim Conway and Harvey Korman
      "Fire At Will" and Tim Conway's elephant story  "The Carol Burnett Show"

  Margaret Hamilton blooper on "Gunsmoke"
      The making of a Wicked Witch
  Movie Mania (1981) Margaret Hamilton

  "The Box" a poem by Kendrew Lascelles first broadcast in 1971 on 

"The Smothers Brothers Summer Show"

  George C. Scott/George_S._Patton opening speech  "Patton" (1970)

  "They Might Be Giants" (1971)

  The human heart

  can see what is hidden

  to  the eyes

  and the heart knows

  things that the mind

  does not begin

  to understand.

  Clint Eastwood/"Dirty" Harry Callahan, Albert Popwell/bank robber

  "'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?" "Dirty Harry" (1971)

  Marlon Brando/Vito Corleone "I'm gonna make him an offer he can't refuse."

"The Godfather" (1972)

  Liam Dunn/Judge Maxwell, Ryan O'Neal/Howard Bannister, Kenneth Mars/Hugh Simon,

and Barbra Streisand/Judy Maxwell in "What's Up, Doc?" (1972),_Doc%3F_%281972_film%29
      "...and cattle raped." Liam_Dunn/Rev. Johnson, Jack Starrett/Gabby Johnson,
      David Huddleston/Olson Johnson "Blazing Saddles" (1974)

  George Carlin "Ed Sullivan Self Taught" (1972)

  Gabriel Kaplan "Ed Sullivan, Ed Sullivan" from "Holes and Mello-Rolls" (1974)

  Robert Klein "I Can't Stop my Leg" "Saturday Night Live" (1975)

  Bill "Chilly Billy" Cardille "Chiller Theatre" promo (1970's?)
      Joe Flahgerty/Count Floyd SCTV "Blood Sucking Monkeys from West Mifflin PA"

   Jack Nicholson accepts the Best Actor award for his performance in "One Flew
Over the Cuckoo's Nest" (1975) (he didn't win for "The Last Detail" in 1973 or
"Chinatown" in 1974 which Twiggy, David Niven, and Louise Fletcher pretend he won

  Franklyn Ajaye "The Midnight Special" (1976)

  Robert De Niro "You talkin' to me?" "Taxi Driver" 1976
      The real De Niro and Pesci show up "The Joe Pesci Show" Saturday Night Live
      (April 12, 1997) Jim Breuer/Joe Pesci, Colin Quinn/Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci,
      Robert De Niro

  James Earl Jones/Darth Vader "Star Wars" film series (1977 etc.)

  "...and don't call me Shirley." Leslie Nielsen/Dr. Rumack "Airplane!" (1980)!,_Abrahams_and_Zucker
      An earlier use of the pun:
      "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In" (Sept.20, 1971 episode 94) Dick Martin as a football
      player denies to an interviewer that some on the team aren't manly.  The
      interviewer says, "surely..." and Dick Martin says, "Don't call me Shirley."–71)

  Adam and Eve (early 1980s?)
      First day at a convent (1993/1994?) Dave Allen

  Al Pacino/Tony Montana--ending and "Say 'Hello' to my little friend"

  "Scarface" (1983)

  Christopher Guest/Nigel Tufnel and Rob_Reiner/Martin "Marty" Di Bergi

  "These go to eleven." "This Is Spinal Tap" (1984)

      Buddy Rich with The Tonight Show Band
      "Sister Sadie" (Horace Silver) and "West Side Story Medley"
      (Leonard Bernstein arranged by Bill Reddie) (Nov., 1966)
      Later appearances (among those of the next 20 years?)
      ?, "Nutville" (Horace Silver), ?, "Love is Here to Stay" (George
      Gershwin), (clip shown above), ?
      Bob Hope, Dean Martin, and George Gobel (March 6, 1969)
     Frank Sinatra surprised by Don Rickles (1976)
      Johnny Carson and Ed McMahon blooper
      Richard Pryor (Jan.12, 1979)
      Johnny Carson and Doc Severinsen talk Thanksgiving plans (1979)
     "Stump the Band" Teri Stone w/Johnny, Doc, and Ed (Dec.14, 1979)
     "Carnac the Magnificent" sis boom bah (1980's?)
      George Carlin Thanksgiving (1986)
      Johnny Carson dances to "Tea for Two" (Vincent Youmans/Irving Caesar) after a
      joke bombs then the band plays a bit of "Johnny's Theme" (Paul Anka/
      Johnny Carson) (Aug.11, 1989)
      Johnny Carson and Tommy Newsom March (1991)
      "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson"

  Warning--colorful language:

  Pat McCormick (a writer of Carson's Tonight Show) roasts Ed Mcmahon (1978)
      Howard Stern  The Ed McMahon "audiobook" (a mashup edit by Richard Christy and
      Sal Governale) with Gilbert Gottfried, Robin Quivers, and Artie Lange
      "The Howard Stern Show" (2007)

  "Firing Line" William F. Buckley Jr. with Noam Chomsky (April 3, 1969)

  Jimi Hendrix "Hear My Train A Comin'" (Jimi Hendrix)

    Jimi Hendrix (July 7, 1969)

  Orson Welles (July 27, 1970)

  John Lennon and Yoko Ono (Sept.11, 1971)

  Gore Vidal, Janet Flanner, and Norman Mailer (Dec.1, 1971)

  Bob Hope (Oct.4, 1972)

  Laurence Olivier (Jan.24, 1973)

  Marlon Brando (June 12, 1973)  "The Dick Cavett Show"

  Calvert DeForest The Etiquette collection (1982 to 1990)
      Juggler/Comic Michael Davis Collection on Letterman (1983 to 1986)
  Peter O'Toole and Richard Harris  (1983 to 2007)
      Chris Elliott "The Guy Under the Seats" (1984 to 1986)
  Jay Leno part 2 (1984 to 1986)  "Late Night with David Letterman" 
      Gerry Mulligan and baby Kevin (1985 to 1986)
  Sam Kinison (Nov.14, 1985)
  zombie Jesus/if Jesus had A wife (show/date?)

    After 1986:

  Sir Peter Ustinov on his work with Sir Laurence Olivier on "Spartacus" (1960)
Parkinson Interview BBC 4 (late 1980's?)

  "Bitter Sweet Symphony" (Richard Ashcroft) (1997) The Verve

  David Attenborough and a superb lyrebird "The Life of Birds" episode six

"Signals and Songs" (Nov.25, 1998)

  Scary Mary (Poppins) remix by Christopher Rule with Nick Eckert
  "Stay Awake" (Richard and Robert Sherman) and movie clips from "Mary_Poppins"
(rel. Aug.27, 1964) and "A Violent Attack" (Justin Burnett under the pseudonym
Caine Davidson) from "An American Haunting" (rel. Nov.5, 2005/USA rel. May 5,

  Jerry Lewis goat (Sept.11, 2009)

  "Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter" trailer (2009) "Sunshine, Lollipops and
Rainbows" (Marvin Hamlisch/Howard Liebling) (rec. 1963/rel. 1965),_Lollipops_and_Rainbows

  "BASIC OWL CARE FOR BEGINNERS DO'S & DONT'S" by Vegan Hippie (Jan.2, 2019)
    Owls as pets by Vegan Hippie

  "The Making Of Grand Theft Auto: Vice City - Behind The Scenes: Voice Actors"

by Scoffman5150

  Ray Liotta on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (May 4, 2004)

  Ray Liotta on "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" (2013/2014)

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  How to hear Lazlow's Chatterbox FM from "GTA III" in "Vice City"

  If you like Lazlow's Chatterbox radio show in "GTA III," it's easy to get it

into your MP3 station for "Vice City" or the "Liberty City" mod (I.100.D.g).

  Put the Play disk of "GTA III" into your PC CD drive.  Go to My Computer, the

drive the disk is in, and Open the disk.  Go to Audio and make a copy of

CHAT.wav somewhere (My Music, My Documents, whatever).  Right click the copy and

click Create Shortcut--one will appear beside it.  Right click the shortcut,

click Copy, then go to C:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\Grand Theft Auto Vice

City\MP3--open MP3.  Right click a bare space in it and click Paste--a copy of

the shortcut will appear there.  Now Lazlow's Chatterbox will be on your MP3

station.  If you do that, be aware that you may have to wait a long time before

Chatterbox plays to the end and you get to whatever tunes you put there.