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I think I have spoken about him a little but I have a Uncle who is a second generation immigrant from Cuba. Dudes he fits every single stereotype about Hispanics being hot blooded. He's loud, easily e

Eddie Money - prolific singer and songwriter whose songs “Baby Hold On,” “Two Tickets to Paradise,” “Shakin'” and “Take Me Home Tonight”  soundtracked popular music in the 1980s

8 hours ago, The Great American said:

I've lost my dad too.  I can certainly empathize in that department.  I guess we all have our prickish moments.  ;)

I've lost my dad too. He was in the army and died in a helicopter crash on a training mission at Fort Campbell. That was 3 months before I was born.  

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David Horowitz was a consumer reporter who educated the public with his Emmy-winning syndicated "Fight Back!" TV show. "Fight Back! With David Horowitz" ran from 1976 to 1992, keeping viewers informed of potential product defects and rip-offs. He tested commercial claims on-air, as when he replicated a Timex commercial that had a watch strapped to an outboard motor and submerged in water – in the commercial and on Horowitz' show, the watch emerged still working. Horowitz engaged viewers with humor even as he showcased poor customer service and faulty products.

Details of death: Died in Los Angeles of complications of dementia at the age of 81.

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Morgan Woodward was the character actor who played the menacing field boss, “The Man with No Eyes” in the classic movie “Cool Hand Luke,” which starred Paul Newman. Woodward’s character never takes off his mirrored sunglasses, remaining completely silent while he oversees the chain gang. Woodward appeared in many western series including “Gunsmoke” and “Bonanza.”

He had two memorable roles in the original “Star Trek” TV series, appearing in the episodes “Dagger of the Mind” and “The Omega Glory.” He also played the popular character “Punk” Anderson on the primetime soap “Dallas.”

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