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This date in Watergate history

After opening, scroll down to July 24, 1974. Maybe Nixon should have just stayed in Spokane.

http://watergate.info/chronology/brief-timeline-of-events

Targeting an upscale demographic?

Though I don't suppose they talked like that in 1955. They probably just said “Our advertisers want us to attract readers who have money.”

www.ceranchbooks.com

Unexpected music stuck in my head

I was riding my bike home from work yesterday afternoon when I passed a house near Comstock Park from which recorded music could be heard.

One passage got stuck in my head. If you have the patience, I would invite you to guess which passage.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npLZNoRoH2M

Just wondering

Do find that pop songs you dismissed way back when can be evocative as hell when you hear them now because of the time in your life they summon to mind?

I could have kissed her on the cheek, too

http://dylanstubs.com

But I don't suppose that would have occurred to me.

Anyway, let's move on. I've told my Dinah Shore story before.

July 24, 1969

Apollo 11 crew back on their home world.

www.newseum.org

Get your vintage Boys’ Life covers here

After opening this, put your cursor on the red needle and navigate back in time.

http://boyslife.org/wayback/#issue=w5LFTj36kJ8C

Is that one girl thinking about kissing?

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And the guy back by the dart board…where exactly is he looking?

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Features writer Paul Turner is a columnist for The Spokesman-Review in the Features department. He writes "The Slice" column, which appears six times a week and produces general features stories for the Today section.

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