Wednesday, May 31, 2006

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Dublin Dr. Pepper - the original

The Oldest Dr Pepper Bottling Plant in the World! A True Texas Original!


Old Doc's Soda Shop
105 E. Elm
Dublin, TX 76446
888-398-1024

Our shopping cart system is virtually foolproof and may be used for any order shipped within the 48 contiguous United States. International orders and orders originating from Alaska or Hawaii should be placed by phone

The history of Dublin Dr Pepper: "Dublin Dr Pepper History

The history of Dublin Dr Pepper: "Dublin Dr Pepper History

In 1885 Waco, Texas was a wild frontier town, nicknamed “six-shooter junction.” Wade Morrison’s Old Corner Drug Store was a prominent business and popular meeting place in downtown Waco. People came in for everything from flea powder to stationery, from cigars to fountain drinks.

One of Morrison’s employees, pharmacist Charles Alderton, noticed how customers loved the smell of the soda fountain with its many fruit, spice and berry aromas. He wanted to invent a drink that tasted the wonderful way the soda fountain smelled. After much experimentation he finally felt he had hit on “something different.” Patrons at the drug store agreed."

Dublin Dr Pepper: -the distinction of being bottled with Imperial Pure Cane Sugar - the original Dr Pepper formula.

Dublin Dr Pepper: "What makes us unique? Besides being the oldest Dr Pepper bottler in the world, Dublin Dr Pepper also has the distinction of being bottled with Imperial Pure Cane Sugar - the original Dr Pepper formula.

Dublin, Texas—also known officially as Dr Pepper, Texas for one week each June during our annual birthday celebration—became the site for the world’s oldest Dr Pepper bottling plant in 1891, just six years after the drink's invention in nearby Waco."

Saturday, May 27, 2006

Pinball Rebel

Pinball Rebel: "Pinball Rebel is home to the original jukebox archive with many photos and free title strips. You can download my free custom pinball cards for your machine, and there are pinball and jukebox videos in real time format.

check out classic bottles and read about a place in Texas that is still making Dr Pepper the way it was meant to be made. Watch a Vendo 81 in action and think about times past."

Sunday, May 21, 2006

Yahoo! Photos - arc23's Photos:

Yahoo! Photos - arc23's Photos: "arc23's photos " - more photos - some high res



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Motorola V635 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Motorola V635 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "The V635 is a cell phone developed by Motorola. It is considered the successor to the V600 and V620 model phones. Its prominent features include the ability to insert a removable TransFlash memory card, video capture and playback, 1.23 megapixel camera, and a colored outer display."

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Green Bay Packers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Green Bay Packers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "The Green Bay Packers are a professional American football team based in Green Bay, Wisconsin. They are currently members of the Northern Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The team is sometimes affectionately referred to as simply 'The Pack'.

The Packers are the last remaining example of the 'small town teams' that comprised a majority of the NFL during the 1920s. Green Bay is by far the smallest media market to be the home of a North American major professional sports league (though their fanbase includes Milwaukee, the rest of Wisconsin, and beyond).

Founded in 1919, the Packers joined the NFL in 1921 during the league's second season. Today, the team holds the record for most NFL league championships with 12: nine NFL Championships prior to the Super Bowl era, Super Bowl I, Super Bowl II, and Super Bowl XXXI. The team also holds the distinction of winning the first two AFL-NFL Championship Games that were held before the AFL-NFL Merger, later referred to as Super Bowl I and II.

The Packers are currently the only publicly owned major league level professional sports team in the United States. Currently, a total of 4,749,925 shares are owned by 111,921 stockholders - none of whom receives any dividend"

Buffalo Bills - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Buffalo Bills - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "The Buffalo Bills are a professional American football team based in the Buffalo, New York metropolitan area, and play their home games in the suburb of Orchard Park. They are currently members of the Eastern Division of the American Football Conference (AFC) in the National Football League (NFL). The Bills began play in 1960 as a charter member of the American Football League and joined the NFL as part of the AFL-NFL Merger.

The Bills won two consecutive AFL titles in 1964 and 1965. The club is also the first and only team to win four consecutive American Football Conference Championships, though they failed to win any of the subsequent Super Bowls. The franchise name comes from the legendary western hunter and performer Buffalo Bill."

Monday, May 15, 2006

The Telegraph Office -- A Tribute to Morse Telegraphy and Resource for Wire and Wireless Telegraph Historians and Collectors

The Telegraph Office -- A Tribute to Morse Telegraphy and Resource for Wire and Wireless Telegraph Historians and Collectors

Whether you are a collector, historian or have a casual interest in the many facets of wire and wireless telegraphy, you will find something of interest here. Many resources are presented. You should be able find information about an old telegraph key or other artifact that you have.

Thursday, May 11, 2006

CBC Newsworld - The End

CBC Newsworld - The End: "The experts have spoken. Mass media is reported to be on its last legs. A handful of new media entities with remarkably silly names: Blogs, Vlogs, YouTube, Podcasts, and Yahoo! are leading the charge, leaving traditional forms of communications to play catch-up or get left behind.

The CBC's pop culture specialist Jian Ghomeshi ponders the fate of mass media and asks whether we are nearing a world without television, radio or print in THE END"

Watching Two Worlds Collide - Ice Ice Baby 2002 | Funny Web Videos

Watching Two Worlds Collide - Ice Ice Baby 2002 | Funny Web Videos: "Watching Two Worlds Collide - Ice Ice Baby 2002

Interpreter's nightmare with a rap song."

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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...

YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you turn up the radio excitedly at the sound of dead air on your competitor's station.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you have 37 unlabeled 15 minute cassettes in your back seat.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you listen to the radio "invertedly", turning up the volume during promos, sweepers, and talksets, and flipping to another station during music.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you drive around aimlessly looking for an unlit 4 tower array just to see it.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you swear at the competition while driving when you hear a song they beat you to.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you've ever heard of a "cart".
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you tell someone you plan to go to lunch "coming up next hour".
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you have 125 unopened CDs you'll never listen to but, never more than $3 cash.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you use phrases like "If I was programming the music, I would NEVER/ALWAYS/etc..."
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you have lived in six cities in eight years.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you remember what "When you play it, say it!" means.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......You get excited at sunset and drive by the towers just to hear the phase shift.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you know at just what mile marker a certain station will/will not come in.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you kicked the transmitter up to 50,000 Watts at night just so your friends to the south could hear you (even if it was just for a few minutes)...
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you drive north/south/east/west just to get that certain station.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you drive a $500.00 piece of crap while the sales weasels have $50,000 Lexus.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF .....You put up with it.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......You find yourself talking to yourself all the time to see how you sound.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you base your trip plans on what stations you want to hear.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you get a memo about how to report overtime and you wonder which overtime is overtime.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......two days off in a row is considered a "long weekend."
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you can recite the five-day forecast from memory.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you forgot what kind you music you like, but instead like songs because they sound good after the jingle.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you work on holidays.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you have been listening to the football game your station is airing for two hours and you don't know who's winning.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you can tell what time it is when listening to the radio even if they don't give the time.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you have dozens of tapes of radio stations that play music you don't like.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you listen to a station that's barely coming in.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you tune in to a station before it signs on.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......your maps are covered with circles and dots.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you are a "seasoned pro" after two years in the business.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you have a dozen radios, but you need them all.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you have copies of both the album version and radio edit.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you aren't a sports fan but you know who won and when they play next.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you have recurring nightmares about bad airshifts filled with dead air.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF......you interview the governor and drive off in a junker.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO.....At Christmas dinner, you backsell the Christmas presents, explaining that "Unopened ones around the corner, stick around".
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF....when the hotline rings you break into a cold sweat.
YOU MIGHT BR IN RADIO IF....your production/remote load exceeds your airshift and your friends ARE NOT in radio when they say you "have it made" working 4 hours just playing music.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF....you begin to like the music you are playing even though you have been faking it for years.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you can run to the can, drop a load while smoking a cigarette and make it back for the last 15 seconds of a 4 min. song.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you keep telling yourself,"this chick on the phone really might be hot...this could be the one".
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...said chick turns out to really be hot and your one goal is to have sex under the tower in back.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF....every time you screw up the Program Director is listening and calls in to tell you how bad you are and he misses the 4 hours of dead air your idiot co-worker had.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you're called 10 minutes before a shift starts and told you have to work it and you live 20 minutes away.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF..... you can recite all the spots in a break.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF..... the one time you need the power generator is the one day the electrician didnt have time to hook it up.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you have ever had to call a supervisor more then once on the same day at 3 A.M.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...your chief engineer has ever had to talk you through how to fix a transmitter from over a cell phone.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... the equipment at your station decides to stop working properly and just go to hell on a holiday weekend when no one can be reached.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF....you recite I.D's and sweepers from different stations just to annoy your friends.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF....when your at home and you answer the phone and give the stations call letters.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you answer the phone and tell someone their caller ..6
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF....you do an air shift in your dreams.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...on a holiday weekend, you're the only one at the station.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF... you talk about how much better your competition's webcast sounds over your stations actual broadcast.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you are on the air every holiday.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF....you talk to friends in a "radio voice"
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you have ever taped a boring conversation with someone and turned it into something funny.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you can hit the post on any ramp in your playlist, but can only sing the hooks from songs that are in your music promos.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you have a CD player in your car, but no tape deck, and are mad! (because you can't listen to your aircheck from that day).
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you are well into your thirties and have been hit on by a 13-year-old girl on the request line.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you hate everyone's favorite song because it doesn't have an intro.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...when you think of your fantasy girl or guy it is always someone in a band - not a movie star.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you actually own white cassette tapes.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you don't know whether to introduce yourself at parties...with your air-name or your real name.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you know how long it takes you to take a dump by song title.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...two months ago when you worked at the car wash you could jog a mile without being out of breath and now it is tough for you to get from your car to the LazEboy.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you know what temperature it is.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you make your friends listen to airchecks and they have no idea what you are talking about.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you refer to nighttime as "the weekend"
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you don't assume DJs are attractive...
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO.....if you hear your competition using catch phrases and you pull over to the side of the road screaming, "Thats mine Damnit!" - while your kids look at you as if you've finally snapped.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO.....if you tell your wife/girl/boyfriend, "Coming up next hour we'll be hearing from the inlaws, plus we have a new dinner today you're going to really like..."
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO.....if the first time you voice-tracked a shift, you stayed up until 4 A.M. to catch every break.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO.....if your boss mispelled your last name and called you Dennis for the first six months, and asked you how you like working at the Country station when you worked at the hot Adult Contemporary station next door.
YOU MIGHT BE IN RADIO IF...you have found that 7-inch reels of tape DO decay over time when stored in the garage.

Friday, May 05, 2006

Yahoo! Photos - arc23's Photos

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Malcolm in the Middle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Malcolm in the Middle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "Malcolm in the Middle has averaged fewer than 3.5 million viewers a week, making it FOX's lowest-rated show. On Friday, January 13, 2006, FOX announced that the show would be moving to 7:00 on Sundays effective January 29, 2006. On Tuesday, January 17, 2006, FOX announced the cancellation of the series, with the 151st and final episode [1] airing, ironically, at 8:30pm ET/PT (the show's original timeslot) on May 14, 2006."

Thursday, May 04, 2006

Podcasts | CBC Radio

Podcasts | CBC Radio: "CBC Radio Podcasts

Welcome to CBC Radio's podcasts! You'll find the best of our popular national Radio One shows, new regional podcast magazines, exclusive musical talent from Radio 3 and special podcast-only features. Discover programming that tickles your curiosity, feeds your brain and sparks your emotions!"

Committed (2005 TV series) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Committed (2005 TV series) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "Committed was a television sitcom that aired on NBC as a midseason replacement from January 4, 2005 to March 15, 2005. The show was cancelled after the initial thirteen episodes were aired. Although originally broadcast twice a week (on Tuesdays and Thursdays) the series eventually settled in its regular timeslot on Tuesdays at 9:30PM EST"

CBC Arts: More favourite CBC Radio shows move onto podcast

CBC Arts: More favourite CBC Radio shows move onto podcast: "CBC has launched 22 radio programs on podcast as part of a major expansion of podcasting by the public broadcaster.

CBC Radio began podcasting — that is provided recordings of its radio programs that could be downloaded to a digital player or computer — last April. Shows are available free through iTunes, over CBC.ca and from other download services."

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

All in the Family - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

All in the Family - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "All in the Family is a popular and acclaimed American situation comedy that was originally broadcast on the CBS television network from January 12, 1971 to September 16, 1979, when the final original episode aired. The Daytime Series aired from November 3, 1975 to September 14, 1979. On September 23, 1979, the show was retooled and given a new name, Archie Bunker's Place. With that title, the sitcom lasted another four years, finally ending its run in 1983.

Produced by Norman Lear and based on a British television series Til Death Us Do Part, the show broke ground in its depiction of issues previously deemed unsuitable for network television comedy, such as racism, homosexuality, women's liberation, rape, breast cancer and impotence.

The show was wildly popular, and ranked #1 in the yearly Nielsen ratings from 1971 to 1976. Only one other program, The Cosby Show, has tied All In The Family in terms of years at the top of the ratings. In 2002, it ranked #4 on TV Guide's list of the 50 greatest TV shows of all time. TV Guide also named the show's protagonist, Archie Bunker, TV's greatest character of all time."

American Dreams - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

American Dreams - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "American Dreams was an American television drama program broadcast on the NBC television network. It debuted on September 29th, 2002. It initially aired on Sundays at 8:00pm but moved to the same time on Wednesdays starting March 9, 2005. Season 3 began on September 26, 2004. It was officially cancelled by NBC on May 16, 2005.

The show tells the story of the Pryor family of Philadelphia during the 1960s. Season 1 takes place in 1963-64, Season 2 in 1964-65 and Season 3 in 1965-66. The show is known as 'Our Generation' in Australia"

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

My Name Is Earl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

My Name Is Earl - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: "My Name Is Earl is an American sitcom created by Greg Garcia and produced by 20th Century Fox. It appears on NBC in the United States, Channel 4 in the United Kingdom, Channel 6 in Ireland and CH (Television System) TV in Canada. It stars Jason Lee, Ethan Suplee, and Jaime Pressly. Lee stars as Earl Hickey, a scruffy, petty crook with occasional run ins with the law, whose newly-won $100,000 lottery ticket is lost when he is hit by a car. He develops a belief in the concept of karma when he hears about it during the Carson Daly show while lying in his hospital bed after the accident. He decides he wants to turn his life around. After a few good deeds, his $100,000 ticket comes back to him. With his new lucky money, he proceeds to make a list of all the bad things he's done, and cross items off that list, one-by-one.

Suplee plays Earl's 'simple' but generally very kind hearted younger brother Randy, who is his sidekick as Earl seeks to amend for his past transgressions. Pressly is his ex-wife Joy. The show also stars Eddie Steeples as Joy's husband Darnell, and Nadine Velazquez as Catalina, a good-hearted friend and maid at the hotel where the Hickey brothers live"

CBC News: Three convicted in Oslo for theft of Munch's 'The Scream'

CBC News: Three convicted in Oslo for theft of Munch's 'The Scream': "A Norwegian court has convicted three men for the theft of Edvard Munch's masterpiece The Scream and another work, Madonna.

The court found Bjorn Hoen, 37, guilty of planning the bold daytime theft from Oslo's Munch Museum in August 2004."

CBC News: Half of Canadians practise religion monthly: StatsCan

CBC News: Half of Canadians practise religion monthly: StatsCan: "Less than a third of adults attend a religious service every month, but about half do something religious, says a study that suggests Canadians are more devout than is often assumed.

About 32 per cent of adults attend a service at least once a month, according to the Statistics Canada study Who's Religious?, released Tuesday"

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