M*A*S*H is an American television series that follows a team of doctors and support staff stationed at the "4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital" in Uijeongbu, South Korea during the Korean War. The show's title sequence features an instrumental version of "Suicide Is Painless", the theme song from the original film. The television series is the most well known version of the M*A*S*H works, and one of the highest rated shows in U.S. television history. M*A*S*H was the first American network series to use the phrase "son of a bitch" (in the 8th-season episode "Guerilla My Dreams") and there was brief partial nudity in the series, most notably Gary Burghoff's buttocks in "The Sniper" and Hawkeye in one of the "Dear Dad" episodes. A different innovation was the show's producers' not wanting a laugh track, as the network did. They compromised with a "chuckle track", played only occasionally and omitted entirely in the operating room. The DVD releases of the series allow viewers to select an audio version with no laugh track.
Capri pants are warm weather mid-calf pants worn first introduced by European fashion designer Sonja de Lennart in 1948. The pants' name derives from the Italian isle of Capri, where they rose to popularity in the late 1950s and early '60s] The American actress Grace Kelly was among the first movie stars who wore capris on the island. Capris' acceptance in the United States was influenced by the 1960s television series The Dick Van Dyke Show. The character of Laura Petrie, the young housewife played by Mary Tyler Moore, caused a fashion sensation – and some mild controversy – by wearing snug-fitting capri pants during the show's run. After a drop in popularity during the 1970s through the 1990s capris have returned to favor in the late 1990s.
So I'm looking to get a prescription filled and boy, I'd sure like to know where this Rite Aid is. I'm pretty sure that's a 626 Area Code, maybe 626-351-xxxx? or 626-851 maybe? I Get one Google hit on the first one, but it points to a Rite aid located inside this Whole Foods, I think. I can make out the store manager's name, Jose Ramirez, but can't read the pharmacists' names.
Hello Ernie, I think that tattoo [1 - 2] is Samus from the game Metroid, not a Cylon. Thank you for a great site! John
Simulation of when you'd win the Powerball lottery. I hit the Quick pick button for this one, and my PowerBall hit on Wednesday, May 16th, in the year 549,027 A.D. after I spent $114,166,930 on tickets. Jon
Jon, you lucky son of a bitch. I didn't win until December 30th, in the year 4,488,856 A.D after dropping over $936 million on tickets.
This is Frosya. She and other 44 dogs live at Ilya's cottage house in Ukraine. For about 20 years Ilya collects dogs on the streets, heals them and keeps to live at his cottage. Ilya gives them help, food, house and warmth - everything they didn't have in the big City. The dogs are everywhere in the house, they have several rooms on the first floor. They go around, lay on the sofas, and some, who are not afraid of people, let you touch them and talk to them. Some people might heard about famous American dog Roadie who can run on two legs. Ilya has a dog called Tobi, who runs not worse than his American brother. Tobi was found with the legs cut by something sharp. Doctors wanted to put the dog to sleep but Ilya's wife was against this and she healed him. He's very much afraid of unknown people but physically feels himself excellent. This is how dogs heaven in the forest look like.
Score: brass cased, fully reloadable Magtech 9mm Luger 124g FMJs for $11.39/50 rounds and free shipping with no minimum. That's $227.80 for a 1000 round case, sent right to your door.
The ferris wheel flash photo was taken in the east parking lot of the Sydney Olympic Park showgrounds during the Sydney Royal Easter Show... which appears to be a state fair kind of thing. I think it was taken in 2011. Here is a link to a streetview showing the two buildings in the background. Here is a photo taken from the top of the same ride in 2011 showing the same layout of rides in the background. It's funny, I never paid much attention to these challenges but I've been laid up at home sick for a few days and they're a fun way to kill the time. Super bonus location find from december; this photo is from Colonel Summers Park in southeast Portland Oregon. Streetview from almost the same spot where the photo was taken here. It's taken from just north of the community garden facing toward the corner of Yamhill & 20th. I used to live a couple of blocks away from that park and I might be acquaintances with the woman in the photo... hard to say for sure if it's who I think it is or not though. anyway, thanks for helping me kill an hour's worth of boredom while I get over this cold. -Justin
Hi Ernie, Long time fan, the Ferris Wheel in question is at The Royal Sydney Easter Show in Sydney, NSW Australia, by the looks of it this is part of the same building. Keep up the good work. Matt in Port Vila, Vanuatu
Holy fucking shit, Matt. You live out in the middle of East Fucking Jesus. 1. Holy fuck beautiful and 2. BEST. ZOMBIE. FORT. EVAR.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's fee for reprising his role for Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines was $29.25 million, a record at the time. His contract was 33 pages long and written by Hollywood super-lawyer Jake Bloom between June 2000 and December 2001. It was written into the contract as a "pay or play" fee, meaning he would get paid whether or not the movie was made. His perk package included a lump sum of $1.5 million for private jets, a fully equipped gym trailer, three-bedroom deluxe suites on location, round-the-clock limousines, and personal bodyguards. He insisted on -- and got -- 20% of the gross receipts made by the venture from every market in the world, including movie theaters, videos, DVDs, television licensing, in-flight entertainment, game licensing, and so forth-once the movie had reached its cash break-even point. In order to reprise his role as the T-100, Arnold Schwarzenegger worked out three hours a day for six months before shooting started, by which time he had the exact same body weight and muscle measurements as he had 12 years previously while shooting Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
Attention sports fans, can you tell me whose #97 football jersey this is?