Three Days of the Condor, especially if you're a journalist.
I grew up with the Mets broadcasting trio too. I wish there was Youtube of the famous Kiner's Korner with George Carlin.
How many "divorce shockers" did the Enquirer write about the Clintons? Seems like a half-dozen or so, if I remember correctly my check-out line...
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I take it you kissed the 1973 A's-Mets epic. As a kid, thanks to SI, I leaned what "opera bouffe" meant via a headline.
Two Ring Dings and a baloney sandwich was the grammar-school lunch of kings back in the day.
It was an absolute event seeing it back then, too -- long lines of very nervous people, watching as those who just saw hit staggered out...
And don't forget the undefeated University of Houston!!!
I like the ending to the a-ha spoof here.....
Andy Rooney disagreed.
I've never read Grisham, so I'm not sure what you mean.
First books are tight and enjoyable, IHMO, but somewhere he got too big, seemingly refused to be edited and ruined his books by stopping them...
As an ND fan, I naturally hated him. IIRC, he took offense if announcers or anyone called him "Jimmy" or anything but James.
Fwiw, FDR's 1933 inauguration was the last to be held in March.
He's since run into plagiarism problems, but Gerald Posner's "Case Closed" is a pretty effective conspiracy debunker, IMHO.
A factoid I've always...
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