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Why Darrell Hammond Modeled Himself After Eddie Murphy

Comedian Darrell Hammond’s first impressions came at age seven alongside his mother, who liked doing impersonations of the neighbors. Hammond realized he, too, had a knack for impressions and was soon doing voices of Scrooge from… 123 more words

Watch Darrell Hammond Break Down His President Clinton Impression

Comedian Darrell Hammond is the longest-serving cast member in the history of Saturday Night Live and for 14 seasons was often the sketch comedy show’s go-to impressionist. 103 more words

KFC BRINGS BACK COL SANDERS: VIDEO

Las Vegas Now: “Fried chicken fans, rejoice. The Colonel is back. KFC is resurrecting Colonel Sanders for its latest ad campaign. The real Harland Sanders, who created the chain’s famous secret recipe, died in 1980. 97 more words

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Finger-Lickin' Persistence

Success did not come easily for Harland Sanders. By the time he was ready for retirement, he tried his hand as an Army mule-tender, railroad worker (from which he got fired for fighting with a co-worker), gas station operator, lawyer (a career that ended, by the way, when he got into a courtroom brawl with his own client), life insurance salesman (from which he was fired for insubordination), ferry-boat operator, acetylene lamp manufacturer, tire salesman, motel owner, amateur obstetrician, failed candidate for the Kentucky State Senate,  and assistant cafeteria manager. 298 more words

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A history of SBTS as seen at Cave Hill Cemetery

Erin and I went exploring around Cave Hill Cemetery this weekend.

We have yet to eat at KFC since moving to Louisville, but we found the grave of… 323 more words

Life

Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?

I have no idea where this idea came from. Clearly some dark place.

On the other side of the road.

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