TalonRider

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    Philadelphia Area
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    Roller Coasters, NFL Football, Nascar

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  1. Remarkable young man.
  2. I don't plan on watching. I think it's ironic that Obama and Biden will not be in D.C. for the swearing in ceremony.
  3. I walk with the owner of a Pit Bull mix and when it gets cold, Buddy won't go out without his sweater on.
  4. Mash is currently airing on Memerable Entertainment TV (METV).
  5. 2016 just couldn't let go without taking one more. M*A*S*H actor William Christopher has died at age 84, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Christopher was best known for playing the part of Father Mulcahy on the beloved series. He passed away from lung cancer at his home in Pasadena with his wife by his side. In addition to M*A*S*H, Christopher also appeared on The Patty Duke Show and Good Times, and had a recurring role on Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. He reprised his M*A*S*H role on After MASH in the '80s. His passing comes exactly one year after co-star Wayne Rogers died on New Years Eve of 2015.
  6. I checked this morning becoming to the forums and I was able to get to the story page.
  7. HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!
  8. That's alright Cole, it was good for a laugh.
  9. I have a issue with the homepage and Opera. When I use a link for the homepage, awesomedude.com, I get the DSN error page. It also shows the url as www.awesomedude.com. Using forums.awesomedude.com takes me directly to the forums. I don't have the problem with Chrome or Firefox. I can use the link at the top of the pages to reach the homepage.
  10. With the snow we had yesterday, there was more on the cars, sidewalk, and roads than there was on the grass.
  11. We got 2 inches before it turned to sleet/freezing rain then rain. Currently, we have a thick fog and the forecast calls for rain and a possible thunder storm.
  12. Quite the surprise to find it snowing here at AD while it's snowing outside this morning.
  13. Damn, Invision is sneaky. Even though I couldn't find any information in the AdminCP, there is a sidebar that can be seen by Admin's that has a list of blocks that could be added. I don't seem to be having the problem of having to sign back in when refreshing a page.
  14. Actually, that would be the Browse button to view the list. And you will have to double click on it to open the list. As for the newly joined members spot, that may be something that was done away with by Invision. It doesn't appear on my site either.
  15. Van Williams portrayed the Green Hornet, and his handsome alter ego Britt Reid, for one single season fifty years ago. While it lasted just 26 episodes, the superhero series had a lasting impact. For starters, it introduced the world to the martial arts mastery of Bruce Lee. To this day, The Green Hornet inspires new comic book series and toys featuring the likenesses of Williams and Lee. Williams died of renal failure at the age of 82 last Monday, according to Variety. Williams was working as a diving instructor in Hawaii when he was discovered by Elizabeth Taylor's husband, producer Mike Todd, in 1957. The athletic actor was cast in Bourbon Street Beat, one of Warner Bros.' hip, exotic detective series modeled after the success of 77 Sunset Strip. In 1960, his character was carried over into Surfside 6. Six years later, William Dozier, creator of the overnight success Batman, looked to start another vigilante series with a far less campy tone. Enter The Green Hornet. Both Williams and Lee made cameos on Batman, first popping their heads out of windows before fighting the Dynamic Duo in a crossover story. The following decade, his acting career waned, and Williams became a reserve deputy sheriff and a volunteer fire fighter in Malibu. In 1982, Williams retired from acting to start a communications company. Williams is survived by his wife, three children and five grandchildren.