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Jerry Kramer Talks About the Packers Loss to the Broncos

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To be blunt, the battle of the unbeaten teams was simply a beating. The Denver Broncos thoroughly dominated the Green Bay Packers in their 29-10 win on Sunday night at Sports Authority Field. 1,332 more words

OUT OF THE PAST (1947) remade AGAINST ALL ODDS (1984)

I HATE REMAKES.  That’s my usual point of view, but I’m about to contradict myself.  One of my favorite movies from the 1980s is a remake of one of the greatest films ever made and I don’t have a problem with it. 2,102 more words

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Vintage Cable Box: "Porky's", 1981

Our first cable box was a non-descript metal contraption with a rotary dial and unlimited potential (with no brand name – weird). We flipped it on, and the first thing we noticed was that the reception was crystal-clear; no ghosting, no snow, no fuzzy images. 469 more words


DAY 57: Webster

Series Run : 1983-1987

150 episodes

Network: ABC

Series Premise (as far as I can tell):

Newlyweds George & Katherine adopt their black god child, Webster… 472 more words

365 Days

100 Days, 100 Detroit Lions: #7 Ndamukong Suh

In this edition of 100 Days 100 Detroit Lions, we honor a Lions on the current roster who has redefined the position of defense tackle in just his fifth NFL season. 241 more words


Nobody's Perfekt (1981)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 0 out of 10

4-Word Review: Crazies fight city hall.

Dibley (Gabe Kaplan) who suffers from unpredictable memory loss, Swaboda (Alex Karras) who thinks his mother is still alive and with him at all times even when she really isn’t and Walter (Robert Klein) who has a split personality that can turn him from a gangster to Bette Davis at any given moment decide to steal an army tank and use it to force the mayor (Arthur Rosenberg) to pay for a new car when their old one gets damaged after driving through one of the city’s potholes. 562 more words


100 Days 100 Detroit Lions: #10 Dick "Night Train" Lane

In this edition of 100 Days, 100 Detroit Lions, we honor the man who is arguably the greatest defensive back in NFL history, who 60 years later, still holds the NFL single-season record for interceptions. 359 more words