It was a known
fact that ABC ran their owned theaters on the cheap, but did Bessemer really
deserve being forced to go without their B??
You're now hypnotized.
Repeat after me: "What in heaven's name was I thinking in the '70s?"
says: I'm as shocked as anyone, but I'm sure that one'll soon show
up on e-Bay. (RIGHT)"Crab,
crab, crab" ... is that a restaurant special, or what many husbands
say to themselves while tuning out their wives' nagging?
that's bothered me for many years: Why aren't there any dosage instructions
on a bottle of ONE-A-DAY vitamins?
1977 was the year
the first link of interstate in Birmingham connected with a rural segment.
I-59 was now open from Fairfield all the way to its ending in Georgia at
I-24 south of Chattanooga.
across the hall in radio WAPI-AM was cashing in on the trend of using
a single letter with frequency, just as K-99 did and as other stations
in the state, such as Q-107 in Florence (WQLT) or Y-102 in Montgomery (WHHY).
this whole naming scheme just sounded awkward for AM stations.
as strange as "I-107" sounded for an AM station, one certainly didn't know
what to make of WVOK's brief usage of "OK-69"
further elaboration would put this site's family-friendliness at risk...