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Old 13-12-2014, 06:55 PM   #1790
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"Hurry On Sundown" is a 70's song by the UK rock group Hawkwind. It was originally released as a single in the UK on 26 June 70, being an edit of the version that appeared on the album Hawkwind..Another previously unheard track recorded at the same session, "Sweet Mistress of Pain" (also known as "Kiss of the Velvet Whip"), was included on the B-side, as was an alternate version of the 75 single "Kings of Speed"...

JUne 1 - "Everything Is Beautiful" by Ray Stevens hits #1/2 – Cleddau Bridge, in Pembrokeshire, collapsed during erection, killing 4, leading to introduction of new standards for box girder bridges\3- 1st artificial gene synthesized/5- The Falls Road curfew in North Ireland, imposed by the British Army while searching for IRA weapons, is lifted after a march by women breaches the British Army cordon\6 – The commander of the U.S. Air Force '​s Military Airlift Command, General Jack J. Catton, accepts the first operational Lockheed C-5 Galaxy into service.. The C-5 is the largest airplane in the world at the time– The importation of pets was banned after an outbreak of rabies in Newmarket, Suffolk/7 - The Who's "Tommy" is performed at NY's Lincoln Center\13 – The Bridgwater by-election - "In The Summertime" by Mungo Jerry hit #1 in UK- Beatles' "Let It Be" album goes #1 & stays #1 for 4 weeks - Beatles' "Long & Winding Road" single goes #1 & stays #1 for 2 weeks/15 – The Soviet MVD arrests a group of 12 Soviet "refuseniks" at Smolny Airport outside of Leningrad before they can board a 12-seater Aeroflot Antonov An-2 for a flight to Priozersk.. Pretending to be a wedding party, they had purrchased all 12 tickets available for the flight and intended to hijack the plane as a means of escaping to the West\17 -The bodies of 2 children were found buried in shallow graves in woodland at Waltham Abbey, Essex.. They were believed to be those of Susan Blatchford (11) and Gary Hanlon (12), who were last seen alive near their homes in North London on 31 March this year - Leyland created a niche in the 4-wheel drive market by launching its luxury Range Rover, which was to be marketed as a more upmarket alternative to the utilarian Land Rover- Edwin Land patents Polaroid camera - Led Zeppelin begins their last European tour/19- A Nikolayev & V Sevastyanov return after 18 days in Soyuz 9\23- "Red Skelton Show" last airs on CBS-TV, moved to NBC-TV- Checker arrested for marijuana possession/24- "Catch 22" opens in movie theaters\26– Riots broke out in Derry over the arrest of Mid-Ulster MP Bernadette Devlin - Two young girls die in a premature explosion in Derry after their father, a member of the IRA, was making an incendiary device, presumably for use against the British Army/28- Mary Mills wins LPGA Len Immke Buick Golf Open\29– Caroline Thorpe, 32-year-old wife of Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe and the mother of his 2-year-old son Rupert, died in a car crash- US ends 2 month military offensive into Cambodia/30- Cincinnati's Riverfront Stadium opens..Viewing User Control... to The Oxford Dictionary, the word "snapshot" was originally ahunting term..There's a very good reason.. I calibrated that machine personally..It's the best mini-lab in the state...
__________________ + Aga Khan IV receiving a gift of Trinitite - Get set for Ecky thump..I still shudder when I think about the warrior who came up behind me, and the thwacking he gave me with his pork sword...

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