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Synopsis: A special guest discusses rare books and we talk about a Norwegian spinning wheel. How much more diverse can we get?
Q: What beer label, produced by the West End Brewing Company became a household name in 1977 when the relative of a famous person was named for the brew?
Q: What is the magic date in comic book collecting?
Those Were the Days
This was the year the NY Times first used the slogan “All the News That’s Fit to Print,” while Edison was patenting the first really good movie camera. Dracula was published and nighttime never became the same. The pencil sharpener was invented. How in the world did they do it before then? Songs of the Year were “A Hot Time in the Old Town,” “Little Kinkies,” and “My Mother Was a Lady” (but she drifted). Take your pick.
Saying of the Week
Once you choose hope, anything is possible.