For anybody that is not concerned about the possibility of another writers guild strike, please be reminded:
- The last writers strike caused all that “reality TV” programming which to this day will not go away even though it is fading somewhat.
- Another strike by the writers guild will cause another 4 years or so of this unimaginative television genre.
We all need to hope that the strike is called off so the writers can get back to work writing all that wonderful television that we have become accustomed to watching. Even so, it beats “reality TV”.
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Robert Goulet, the baritone voice whose Broadway debut in Camelot launched an award-winning stage and recording career, died Tuesday in Los Angeles. He was 73. Mr. Goulet, who had a rare type of pulmonary fibrosis, had been waiting for a lung transplant at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
That is one groovy moustache…
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The candles will always burn brightly at the Shrine and as a faithful fan you can always be assured of that. The GPS coordinates are inscribed upon the Shrine — just tell your car and be taken directly to the Shrine! Just think of Elvis as your guide and chauffeur (with really cool hair).
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Thanks to those of you who contributed to and visited the Shrine this year.
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Porter Wagoner, a Grand Ole Opry institution and member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, died this past Sunday (October 28, 2007) at 8:25 in the evening at Alive Hospice in Nashville, Tennessee.
Birth name: Porter Wayne Wagoner Also known as : Mr. Grand Ole Opry Born: August 12, 1927 Died: October 28, 2007 (aged 80) Instrument: Acoustic Guitar Years active 1951–2007 Wikipedia: Porter Wagoner
He wore some mighty sharp suits…….
1800 hours (6pm for those of you not online). Sent out eMail to some trusted people requesting a testing of erichatheway.com. Let’s see if they leave any tracks……thanks!