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What a wonderful article. Thank you JKT for posting it.
 
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What a wonderful article. Thank you JKT for posting it.


The neat thing is that my mother-in-law worked at Clifton's during WWII. She may have even served Ray a chocolate malted.


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Today is H.G. Wells 143rd birthday.


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Happy Birthday, H.G. Fortunately, he passed away some years ago, otherwise he'd be very frail!


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She may have even served Ray a chocolate malted.

He still loves them, doesn't he?



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Happy Birthday, H.G.

And happy birthday SK (Stephen King). Sixty-two today!


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I had some free time this morning so I was surfing Wikipedia. I found two entries that may be of interest. The first one describes a "type" of novel that Ray was good a producing. The second describes a short lived pulp in which The Fire Balloons appeared in 1951.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fixup

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imagination_(magazine)


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I had some free time this morning so I was surfing Wikipedia.

A government employee with free time!? Surely not!


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I had some free time this morning so I was surfing Wikipedia.

A government employee with free time!? Surely not!

Pot. Kettle. Black.


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Time to break out your DVDs, the TZ turns 50 this Friday.

http://www.ithaca.edu/rhp/serling/

http://www.rodserlingvideofest.com/

Frank: Will you be attending any of the events?

Doug: Have you decided?


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JKT: My neck of the woods. I need to look into this.


http://video.aol.com/show/the-twilight-zone
 
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JKT: My neck of the woods. I need to look into this.


http://video.aol.com/show/the-twilight-zone


If you go I'd like pictures for File770, for which you'd get full credit.


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Tonight marks the 50th Anniversary of the Twilight Zone, which first aired on CBS in the 10:00 p.m. time slot...


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Tonight marks the 50th Anniversary of the Twilight Zone, which first aired on CBS in the 10:00 p.m. time slot...

So perhaps I should watch an episode from my TZ DVDs tonight at 10pm Eastern time.


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Watch "Where is Everybody?" and wonder at the similarities to part of a chapter of The Martian Chronicles...


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