Harry Morgan, born Harry Bratsberg, is widely recognized as Officer Bill Gannon, Joe Friday's partner in the revived version of Dragnet. Morgan's first appearance on M*A*S*H was in the show's third season, when he played spaced-out Major General Bartford Hamilton Steele ("That's three e's, not all in a row!") in "The General Flipped at Dawn", which originally aired on September 10, 1974. Steele is convinced that the 4077th needs to move closer to the front line, to be near the action. Morgan's memorable Emmy-nominated performance impressed the producers of the show. The following season, Morgan joined the cast of M*A*S*H as Colonel Sherman T. Potter. Morgan replaced McLean Stevenson, who had left the show at the end of the previous season. Col. Potter is a career army officer who is tough, yet good-humored and caring—a father figure to the people under his command. The picture of Potter's wife, on the right side of his desk, is actually that of Eileen Detchon, Morgan's real-life wife at the time. He asked if he could use her picture, and the producers had no objections. In 1980, Morgan won an Emmy award for his performance on M*A*S*H. After the end of the series, Morgan reprised the Potter role in a short-lived spinoff series, AfterMASH. In 1987, Morgan reprised his Bill Gannon character, now a captain, for a supporting role in another film version of Dragnet, a parody of the original series written by and starring Dan Aykroyd and co-starring Tom Hanks and Christopher Plummer. In 2006, Morgan was inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Morgan died on December 7, 2011 at the age of 96. On confirming his death, his son Charles said that he had been recently treated for pneumonia. So long Colonel Potter, we hardly knew ye. But you sure as hell made me laugh.
Are you looking for a good old fashioned Republican candidate that: opposed the Obama stimulus package, supports charter schools, protects our 2nd Amendment rights, is working to repeal Obamacare, supports the death penalty for dangerous felons, is pro-business and pro-America, and is not afraid of a little enhanced interrogation? Then boy, do I have the candidate for you, and surprise, it ain't Rick Perry.
A ribbon or riband is a thin band of material, typically cloth but also plastic or sometimes metal, used primarily for binding and tying. Cloth ribbons, most commonly silk, are often used in connection with clothing, but are also applied for innumerable useful, ornamental and symbolic purposes. Cultures around the world use this device in their hair, around the body, or even as ornamentation on animals, buildings, and other areas. Ribbon is also sometimes used as a package sealer, on par with twine. Presently, the North American continent remains the largest importer of ribbon and ribbon derivative products (such as bows, rosettes, and other garment accessories made from ribbon). However, due to outsourcing of production of garments by North American garment manufacturers, countries in Asia and South America have started to contribute to the change of the statistical figures of ribbon imports.
i am hoping Ernie gets this ......any way the story about this is suppose to be a camera was found in a old serviceman's locker that was shoved in a attic for a lot of years it was found and in it was a brownie camera and these are the pictures from said brownie. the story is most likely bull shit the pictures are amazing...........enjoy sir. Terry
A sunburn is a burn to living tissue, such as skin, which is produced by overexposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, commonly from the sun's rays. Usual mild symptoms in humans and other animals include red or reddish skin that is hot to the touch, general fatigue, and mild dizziness. In order to prevent sunburn, the amount of UV radiation reaching the skin must be reduced. The strength of sunlight is published in many locations as a UV index. The World Health Organization recommends to limit time in the midday sun (between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.), to watch the UV index, to seek shade, to wear protective clothing and a wide-brim hat, and to use sunscreen. Sunlight is generally strongest when the sun is close to the highest point in the sky. Due to time zones and daylight saving time, this is not necessarily at 12 p.m., but often one to two hours later.
In the past 25 years, we have been introduced to some of the hottest female athletes of all time. It might have something to do with our society changing over the years—adding more female sports into the mix (including Lingerie Football), but regardless of how it happened, we are just happy to be a part of it. You could call it the hot female athlete revolution if you wanted to, and I would not blame you. Many years ago, female athletes were not the same as they are today. In fact, they were better athletes but not as much fun to stare at. Let's take a look back over the past 25 years of this amazing female athlete transformation with a look at the 25 hottest female athletes from each year, starting with the original nip-slip queen herself, Katarina Witt. BTW, she's 46 years old now.
"Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" is the title of a song by Canadian singer Shania Twain. It was released in January 1995 as the first single released from her album The Woman in Me. The song was written by Mutt Lange and Twain. The song became Twain's first hit at country radio, peaking at number 11. It was released to radio on January 2, 1995. Radio stations began putting the song into high rotation after they noticed high amounts of the album selling. In August 1995, the single was certified Gold for 500,000 sales, making "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?" Twain's first gold single. The song won the SOCAN Song of the Year award at the Canadian Country Music Awards in 1995. The song was later included in Twain's 2004 Greatest Hits package.
Hey Ern, I know you've already researched and selected a flippin' sweet zombie fortress in Florida.. although New England residents like myself will probably have to bolt for this Adirondack fortress. Something tells me I'd feel safer on Maria Dr.. plus the weather gets to cold - since you can't rely on the electric grid being operational during the apocalypse, that means lighting lots of fires for heat.. and that seems to defeat the purpose of such a hideaway if you're just broadcasting your location all the time. -Phil
Child-resistant packaging is now common for medications. There are a variety of methods to secure medications, including caps that must be pinched or pushed down while turning. It may be required by regulation for prescription drugs, for over the counter medications, for pesticides, or for household chemicals where there is a significant risk of death from ingestion. Patients can request medications come in non-protected bottles at their pharmacy, such as older patients with arthritis.
Just like they do at home, curtains can give your recreational vehicle a certain personalized touch, adding a bit of color and flair to an otherwise bland interior. At the same time, the fabrics provide that much-needed privacy from the outside world. Because RVs have such compact spaces, you can also use draperies as partitions inside your vehicle, providing you and your family members the comfort of separate spaces in case you want to get away from everyone for a quick breather.
Goths freaking love the snow. A vast, blank void (like my life); cold (like my heart); empty with no signs of life (like my soul); stretching on and on forever (like my pain); and… you get the point. Silly goths, snow is for kids to play in! Here are 32 goths whores shivering their corsets off in the snow, just so they can try and get to the top of popular photography on DeviantArt.
Drywall, also known as plasterboard, wallboard or gypsum board is a panel made of gypsum plaster pressed between two thick sheets of paper. It is used to make interior walls and ceilings. Drywall construction became prevalent as a speedier alternative to traditional lath and plaster. When used as a component in fire barriers, drywall is a passive fire protection item. In its natural state, gypsum contains the water of crystallization bound in the form of hydrates. When exposed to heat or fire, this water is vapourised, retarding heat transfer. Therefore, a fire in one room that is separated from an adjacent room by a fire-resistance rated drywall assembly will not cause this adjacent room to get any warmer than the boiling point (100°C) until the water in the gypsum is gone. This makes drywall an ablative material because as the hydrates sublime, a crumbly dust is left behind, which, along with the paper, is sacrificial. Generally, the more layers of Type X drywall one adds, the more one increases the fire-resistance of the assembly, be it horizontal or vertical.
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