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15 Things We Did At School That Future Students Will Never Understand buzzfeed.com/intel/things-w… via @intel
A 33-year-old slice of cake from Prince Charles and Princess Diana's 1981 wedding has sold at auction for $1,375. news.yahoo.com/slice-princess…
Wishing Global TV, #Vancouver's Brian #Coxford a happy Retirement. He has been a fixture in #Vancouver news for 40 years. One of the best.
Labor Day exhausted: 40-hour work week grows to 47-60 hours. washingtonexaminer.com/american-dream…
Cellphone addiction 'an increasingly realistic possibility,' study finds medicalxpress.com/news/2014-08-c…
#Volcano Erupts in Papua New Guinea, Diverting Flights. time.com/3224140/volcan…
*WARNING* #Fukushima Increased Cesium Levels 1,000,000 to 10,000,000 Times On the U.S. West Coast. zerohedge.com/news/2014-08-2…
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In 2009, the Los Angeles coroner confirmed Michael Jackson‘s death in June was homicide, primarily caused by the anaesthetic Propofol.
In 2008, Jurgen Gothe‘s final “Disc Drive” aired on CBC Radio Two as the network made some sweeping (and controversial) changes.
In 2006, “Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” by The Beatles was revealed as the #1 album of all time as voted by British music fans.
In 2005, 77-year-old Fats Domino was rescued from the flooding in New Orleans caused by Hurricane Katrina.
In 2001, the Dixie Chicks sued their record company – Sony Music Entertainment – for allegedly defrauding them of $4 million
In 1994, Oasis released their debut album ‘Definitely Maybe’, which ultimately spent 177 weeks on the UK chart.
In 1990, Elton John checked into a rehab center in Chicago to receive treatment for bulimia, alcoholism and drugs.
Still in 1987, Los Lobos started a three week run at No.1 on the Billboard pop singles chart with ‘La Bamba.’
In 1987, Oscar winner, actor & singer Lee Marvin died after a heart attack at age 63.
In 1981, pioneer radio newscaster Lowell Thomas died in Pawling New York at age 89.
In 1980, during a North American tour Queen appeared at the Forum in Montreal.
In 1977, three people were arrested at the Forest Hill Cemetery in Memphis after trying to steal Elvis #Presley‘s body.
In 1971, the No. 1 Billboard Pop Hit was “Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey,” by Paul & Linda McCartney. McCartney had a real Uncle Albert.
Also in 1970, Anne Murray‘s first hit “Snowbird” took over at #1 on the Billboard Easy Listening chart.
In 1970, Edwin Starr started a three week run at No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart with ‘War’, his only No.1.
In 1969, to compete with Johnny Carson (NBC) and Joey Bishop (ABC), CBS-TV presented Merv Griffin on late-night TV.
In 1967, the 120th and final episode of The Fugitive was aired. It attracted the largest audience in TV history until the “Who Shot J.R.”
Still in 1966, The #Beatles played what would prove to be their last concert before a paying audience at Candlestick Park in San Francisco.
Also in 1966, Lesley Gore, Paul Anka, the Cyrkle and Peter & Gordon appeared on NBC-TV’s last “Hullabaloo” show.
In 1966, actress Mia Farrow withdrew from the cast of the ABC-TV prime time drama “Peyton Place”, after starring for two years.
Also in 1964, Dean Martin‘s hit “Everybody Loves Somebody” spent a fifth week at #1 on the Easy Listening chart.