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Saturday, February 12, 2011
Hi, Encyclopedia Dramatica!
On a late-November evening in 1987, two Chicago television stations were victims of a broadcast signal takeover.
After an earlier hijack attempt on WGN-9 during the 9:00 News , a broadcast on WTTW-11 of the Doctor Who episode "Horror of Fang Rock" would be interrupted by a man wearing a Max Headroom mask. The crazed person uttered mostly gibberish and bashed the Chicago Tribune and its subsidiaries, before he dropped his pants and was spanked by what appears to be a child. 90-seconds later, the program returned to normal. To this day, he remains at large.
This is a subtitled version of the original footage added as a courtesy due to the low audio quality of the recording. This is a rather old version, eventually I will add new annotations in response to how some of the audio was interpreted.
Thanks to a new video with the audio cleaned up, I've found out that he is indeed saying "I still see the X". And the person with the flyswatter is the one who said "Bend over Bitch".
NOTE: The original copy of this recording was provided by the user fuzzymemories (now FuzzyMemoriesTV). I have added these subtitles as a courtesy, please do not copy this video just to repost it on your channel for numbers. Having two of the same video is totally pointless.
Buy the DVD: http://www.shoppbs.org/entry.point?en... for more info: http://www.pbs.org/historydetectives. Watch the full segment from the History Detectives Special celebrating African American contributions to music. The president of the Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum in Culver City, California, recently discovered an unusual book in his late mother's extraordinary collection of African-American artifacts. The small, cloth-bound book, titled Slave Songs of the United States, has a publication date of 1867 and contains a collection of 136 plantation songs. Could this be the first book of African-American spirituals ever published? HISTORY DETECTIVES host Wes Cowan visits a music historian in Los Angeles to explore the coded messages and the melodies that laid the foundation of modern blues, gospel and protest songs of future generations. He also meets with Washington, DC's Howard University Choir for a special concert of selections from Slave Songs sung in the traditional style of mid-1800s spirituals.
Exploring historical objects and the stories behind them, HISTORY DETECTIVES crisscrosses the country, delving into legends, folklore and personal histories to discover potentially extraordinary objects in everyday American homes, cities and small towns. Watch for the new season of History Detectives premiering June 2009. For more information, visit http://www.pbs.org/historydetectives.
In a unique event attended by hundreds of fans, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes this morning brought together members of the public to construct and reveal its new MP4-26 chassis, the team's challenger for the 2011 FIA Formula 1 World Championship.
An unique experience from the perspective of the RB5, this clip offers rare pictures of the genesis of a racing car, the teams interaction, the emotional components between driver and car as well as the anticipation of an enthralling new Formula One season: its time to go racing again.
new stratos test drive in balocco. más info en :
"the test confirmed that the vehicle is both extraordinarily agile and a phenomenally fun drive. The New Stratos will be fitted with harder suspension springs and a more direct steering ratio before its next test in Balocco in mid-September"
La splendita Puma GTV del 1978 in livrea nera ed oro in passerella per le vie di Roma nella pellicola di Corbucci. Questo metodo di presentare le sue vetture ha reso celebre il marchio Puma di Adriano Gatto, geniale costruttore romano di automobili. altre info su www. pumaclub.it