Tag Archives: The 1980s

Rodney Dangerfield: ‘Opening Stand-Up from It’s Not Easy Bein Me (1982)’

“Rodney Dangerfield comes out swinging during his first television special on ABC. 0:29 “Last week I told my wife a man is like wine, he gets better with age. She locked me in the cellar.” 2:16 “I joined Gamblers Anonymous. … Continue reading

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The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson: ‘Carl Reiner Talks About His Insecurities’ 1/04/1983

“Carl Reiner Talks About His Insecurities on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson – 01/04/1983” From The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson Watching Carl Reiner spontaneously go into doing Italian opera (especially after claiming he didn’t speak much Italian) I think … Continue reading

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NFL Fan Talk: ‘History of The Franchise: San Diego Chargers’

“The Chargers are one of the most snakebitten franchises of all time. Despite having great offenses during the days of the AFL, the 1980’s, and even now, the team has not won any championships. Even though the city of San … Continue reading

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NFL Films: NFL Films Presents- Billy Sims: ‘The Forgotten Legend’

“Check out Billy Sims’ amazing journey! Subscribe to NFL Films:Google.” From NFL Films From 1980-84, Billy Sims was one of the best running backs in the NFL, at least as far as running with the football. And then he breaks his … Continue reading

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Go-Bengals Dot Com: ‘Bengals 1988 Yearbook’

“Bengals 1988 Yearbook, Go-Bengals.com.”  From Go-Bengals Dot Com The 1988 Cincinnati Bengals represent to me what the 1980s Bengals should’ve been all along and how good they could’ve been not just in 1988, but that entire decade, at least under Sam … Continue reading

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NFL Films: Ken Anderson- ‘Top 10 Players Not in The Hall of Fame’

“Cincinnati Bengals QB, Ken Anderson, comes in at number 10 on the countdown of the Top 10 Players Not in the Hall of Fame.” From NFL Films “The facts remain the same after decades of waiting. Though he and the Cincinnati … Continue reading

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The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson: Kevin Pollak- ‘Does Woody Allen, William Shatner, and Columbo on Carson Tonight Show (10/19/1988)’

“Kevin Pollak Does Impressions of Woody Allen, William Shatner and Columbo on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson – Airdate: 10/19/1988.” From The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson This is kind of hard to talk about without doing this in person … Continue reading

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The Atlantic: Opinion- Olgan Khazan: ‘ Why It Was Easier to Be Skinny in the 1980s’

Source:The New Democrat  “There’s a meme aimed at Millennial catharsis called “Old Economy Steve.” It’s a series of pictures of a late-70s teenager, who presumably is now a middle-aged man, that mocks some of the messages Millennials say they hear … Continue reading

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Mr. Beat: The American Presidential Election of 1980- John Anderson For President

Source:The New Democrat “The 49th episode in a very long series about the American presidential elections from 1788 to the present. I hope to have them done by Election Day 2016. In 1980, Ronald Reagan seems unstoppable as he tries … Continue reading

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Ronald Reagan: Talking About One America and American Pluralism

Source:The New Democrat “Let me speak plainly: The United States of America is and must remain a nation of openness to people of all beliefs. Our very unity has been strengthened by this pluralism. That’s how we began; this is … Continue reading

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