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Tuesday TV Testimonials #32...

Diff’rent Strokes (1978 – 1985)

Diff’rent Strokes existed at the height of its popularity a few years before I was really aware of it, but the reach of the show – and ironically, that of the diminutive star Gary Coleman – was far and wide. 158 more words


Stupid Chest Pain! (Remembered)

The following post was written on 9/29/2013 – NOT today! But I’m thankful to the Lord for what He has brought me through over the last 4 years. 524 more words

General Observations

Review: Otter Creek Brewing/Camba Bavaria Collab | Oktoberfest

Breaking news for you this afternoon: several employees at a law firm located in the downtown area have been taken hostage. Crime beat reporter Jessica Simpson joins us now at the scene with the very latest. 614 more words


Comedy Clicks USA Edition -Diff'rent Strokes

Each week, we will be taking an in depth look at some of the best sitcoms and comedy shows from both the UK and the USA. 382 more words


The Sky Is Crying

Gary B.B. Coleman was working alongside Freddie King at the ripe young age of fifteen. He later went on to become a soul blues promoter and session musician, taking on different roles until his death in 1994. 57 more words


Gary Coleman from "Diff'rent Strokes"

I was on dialysis from 1/8/94 until I received a kidney transplant on 3/22/98. My unit divided the 17 dialysis stations (“chairs”) into pods. I was in A-pod which comprised 5 chairs. 550 more words