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1951
Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Happy Birthday Trena
« on: October 28, 2008, 04:40:02 PM »
What happened in 1976 other than Trena Was Born ?
1976 Median Household Income (current dollars):  $12,686
Cost of a first-class stamp in 1976:   $0.13
 
January 1976
   Thursday 01: NBC introduces its new logo: an abstract N, similar to the Nebraska Educational Television Network logo.
   
Monday 05: Cambodia is renamed Democratic Campuchea.
   
Monday 12: UN Security Council votes 11-1 to allow the Palestinian Liberation Organization to participate in a Security Council debate (without voting rights).
   
Thursday 15: Gerald Ford's would-be assassin, Sara Jane Moore, is sentenced to life in prison.
   
Wednesday 21: The first commercial service Concorde flight took off.
 
February 1976
   Monday 02: Groundhog Day gale of 1976 hits the north-eastern United States and south-eastern Canada.
   
Wednesday 04: 1976 Winter Olympics open in Innsbruck, Austria.
   
Friday 20: The Southeast Asia Treaty Organization disbands.
   
Tuesday 24: Cuba : national Constitution proclaimed
   
Friday 27: The formerly Spanish territory of Western Sahara, under the auspices of the Polisario Front declares independence as the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.
 
March 1976
   Wednesday 03: Fleetwood Mac records Rumours, which will be a blockbuster album in 1977.
   
Tuesday 09: 42 people die in a Cavalese cable-car disaster, the worst cable-car accident to date.
   
Monday 15: Rock group KISS releases the legendary album Destroyer.
   
Saturday 20:  Patty Hearst is found guilty of the armed robbery of a San Francisco, California bank.
   
Wednesday 24: Argentina's military forces depose president Isabel Perón.
 
April 1976
   Thursday 01: Apple Computer Company is formed by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. The Central Railroad of New Jersey is bankrupt and Conrail takes over it's operations.
   
Saturday 03: In The Hague, Netherlands, Brotherhood of Man wins the twenty-first Eurovision Song Contest for the United Kingdom singing "Save Your Kisses For Me".
   
Sunday 04: Prince Norodom Sihanouk resigns as leader of Cambodia and is placed under house arrest.
   
Monday 05: In the People's Republic of China, the April Fifth Movement leads to the Tiananmen incident.
 
May 1976
   Tuesday 11: The last episode of the TV medical drama Marcus Welby, M.D. is aired.
   
Thursday 13: The New York Nets defeat the Denver Nuggets and win the American Basketball Association championship, 112-106, in the final ABA game ever played.
   
Monday 24: London to Washington, DC Concorde service begins.
 
June 1976
   Saturday 05: Collapse of the Teton Dam in Idaho, United States.
   
Monday 14: The Gong Show debuts on NBC.
   
Wednesday 16: Apartheid: A non-violent march by 15000 students in Soweto, South Africa turns into days of rioting when police open fire on the crowd and kill 566 children.
   
Saturday 19: King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden marries Silvia Sommerlath.
   
Tuesday 22: Canadian House of Commons abolishes capital punishment.
 
July 1976
   Friday 02: North and South Vietnam, divided since 1954, reunite to form the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
   
Sunday 18: Gymnast Nadia Comaneci, aged 14, scores first ever perfect 10 at the Olympics.
   
Wednesday 21: Rick Lepard is already not a virgin. Just seeing if you are actually reading this.
   
Sunday 25: The first performance of the Philip Glass opera Einstein on the Beach
   
Wednesday 28: The Tangshan earthquake measuring between 7.8 and 8.2 magnitude flattens Tangshan, China, killing 242,769 and injuring 164,851.
 
August 1976
   Monday 02: An intruder breaks into Priscilla Davis's mansion in Fort Worth, Texas and kills Andrea Wilborn and Stan Farr.
   
Saturday 07: Viking program: Viking 2 enters into orbit around Mars.
   
Saturday 14: The Senegalese political party PAI-Rénovation is legally recognized. PAI-Rénovation thus becomes the third legal party in the country.
   
Wednesday 18: In North Korea at Panmunjom, two US soldiers are killed while trying to chop down part of a tree in the DMZ which had obscured their view.
   
Saturday 21: Operation Paul Bunyan at Panmunjeom, Korea
 
September 1976
   Wednesday 01: The Meadowlands racetrack in East Rutherford, New Jersey opens.
   
Friday 03: Viking program: The Viking 2 spacecraft lands at Utopia Planitia on Mars and takes the first close-up, color photos of the planet's surface.
   
Friday 10: A British Airways Trident and a Yugoslav DC-9 collide near Zagreb, Yugoslavia killing 176
   
Saturday 18: Mao Tse Tung's funeral takes place in Beijing.
   
Sunday 19: A Turkish Boeing 727 hits a mountain in southern Turkey killing 155
 
October 1976
    Tuesday 12: The People's Republic of China announces that Hua Guofeng is the successor to the late Mao Tse-tung as chairman of Communist Party of China
   
Wednesday 13: The first electron micrograph of an Ebola viral particle was obtained by Dr. F.A. Murphy, now at U.C. Davis, who was then working at the C.D.C..
   
Friday 22: Red dye #4 is banned by the US Food and Drug Administration after it is discovered that it causes tumors in the bladders of dogs. The dye is still used in Canada.
   
Tuesday 26: Transkei declares its "independence" from South Africa
   
Thursday 28: John D. Ehrlichman, former domestic policy adviser of President Nixon and convicted Watergate felon, arrives at the Swift Trail Camp minimum-security facility in southeastern Arizona.
 
November 1976
   Tuesday 02: U.S. presidential election, 1976: Jimmy Carter defeats incumbent Gerald Ford to become first candidate from deep south to win since the Civil War.
   
Monday 15: René Lévesque and the Parti Québécois take power to become the first Quebec government of the 20th century clearly in favour of independence.
   
Wednesday 24: The Band gives its last public performance; Martin Scorsese is on hand to film it (see: The Last Waltz).
 
December 1976
   Friday 03: Patrick Hillery becomes the sixth President of Ireland.
   
Wednesday 08: The Eagles release one of the biggest-selling albums of all time, Hotel California.
   
Wednesday 15: Samoa becomes a member of the UN
   
Sunday 26: Foundation of the Communist Party of Nepal (Marxist-Leninist).
   
Thursday 30: The Smothers Brothers play their last show (Aladdin Hotel in Las Vegas).

1952
Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Happy Birthday Trena
« on: October 28, 2008, 04:35:13 PM »
Happy birthday, in one more year you will be a third of a century old..

1953
National Political Opinion / Re: Disturbing associates Sen Obama.....
« on: October 28, 2008, 05:53:12 AM »
What drug does one have to take to appreciate that?
 
 
7 days...

http://mccainsevendays.ytmnd.com/

1954
Local News / Re: wreck
« on: October 28, 2008, 04:33:43 AM »
Damn.. Hadn't read this yet..

1955
County Government Opinion / Re: RANSDALL & NOBAMA...SEPERATED AT BIRTH
« on: October 27, 2008, 02:34:21 AM »
I can't wait to hear Ransdalls plan to bail us out.. The porn tax hasn't came to fruition. The internet tax hasn't came to fruition.. What else was she planning? Cracks me up, a man in his position doesn't know how to do his job, and makes campain promises he never actually looked in to, he just takes some fromer interns word on it.

The city of St. Robert are his friends who don't want this Law Enforcement tax, but there aren't many at all in the city who actually vote on anything, they can't produce the numbers at the polls to stop squat...  The city of St. Robert's only strength is to lobby the Commissioners to stop the chance of the tax in the first place. Ransdall fears that they will somehow muster the votes against him if he doesn't fight this tax.

1956
Unless you are a site sponsor, you are allowed one free ad in the free ad section.. Stop the promotions..
 
 
Thirsty's pub 1st halloween bash costume contest. and live band fri oct 31st with drinks specials.

1957
Things that make you go HMMMM / Re: Energy
« on: October 25, 2008, 05:46:19 AM »
I have always thought it was the philosophy here that oil was cheap from overseas, cheaper than producing it here, and there's nothing wrong with being the last palce on earth with resources when the rest of the world runs out.. We can set the price then.
 
This is not a copy and paste so dont take quote for qoute as the allmighty word!
I was watching Jay Leno tonight and the guest has wrote and book(and of course on the selling trail) but anyway,supposedly the United States is the Middle East of natural gas and the conversion of our cars is so simple. Why havent we heard more input on this type of energy? Is is OPEC and all the large oil companies dont want us to convert? The mass total of the United States consumption is in the area of Trucking. Why not convert the trucks to natural gas? Make it mandatory, to haul?
I found this very interesting and it sure makes me say Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

1958
County Government Opinion / Re: RANSDALL & NOBAMA...SEPERATED AT BIRTH
« on: October 25, 2008, 05:39:33 AM »
To Borrow Ransdalls quote from the Daily Guide..

Ransdall said he’d like to vote and if he were able, would have voted in favor of giving preference to Bassett Insurance as a local business.
“But I’m not sure I can,” Ransdall said.

Bill............ I think it is time after two years as the Presiding Commissioner that you figure out how you are supposed to do your job..


1959
Local News / Re: wreck
« on: October 24, 2008, 11:22:02 PM »
That's up to the person who risked death. No one else holds that decision in their hands..
 
  Should death be the penalty for not pulling over?

1960
Local News / Re: wreck
« on: October 24, 2008, 08:55:01 PM »
They stop the chase to protect the innocent, not the criminal.
 
 
To chase or not to chase? I know a lot of states are changing thier policies on high speed chases.
check out this article
http://articles.directorym.net/To_chase_or_not_to_chase-a907519.html

1961
Local News / Re: wreck
« on: October 24, 2008, 08:26:58 PM »
Skye is a freind of mine and my thoughts go out to her as I have already e-mailed her, but my thoughts go out to the police officer too as I know how hard this can be on them also..

1962
National Political Opinion / Re: Nov 4th, make an informed decision
« on: October 24, 2008, 03:53:32 PM »
Why does it matter, we know they all tried it.. Is it because if they deny it, it tells you they are liars?
 
 
I looked on that page and it didn't say anything about whether or not either candidate has ever smoked pot. That is how I decide who to vote for. That is the information I need.

1963
Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Happy Birthday Blissfullybusy
« on: October 24, 2008, 05:25:10 AM »
When's her birthday? Happy Birthday..

1964
Local News / Re: wreck
« on: October 24, 2008, 02:22:52 AM »
I consider her a good friend too..
 
Skye is my friend she is a sweet lady who has been through a lot with Tim. I hope that she and her two daughters are OK. Tim too.

1965
Local News / Re: wreck
« on: October 24, 2008, 12:20:48 AM »
Skye as in Powers?
 
 
  Skye's husband/boyfriend the family has been notified.

1966
Local News / Re: wreck
« on: October 23, 2008, 09:07:16 PM »
Hmm What is the hold up Darrell? LOL.. I thought this was going to be news as it happens..  LOL.. Darrell may not be the most popular guy in town, but he's the hardest working man in town..
 
Hurry Darrell i want to know and i want to know now ::)

1968
Local News / Re: Almost 20 more arested in local drug roundup..
« on: October 23, 2008, 07:07:45 AM »
Man oh man! Was I jerking your chains or what?
 
 
That's a good idea, I could do my own news site and beat all the local media to all the stories.. I will have to give that some more thought.. I bet if I covered all the news it would pretty much make the Daily Guide obsolete to insigificant.. Would you keep paying for news if I had it for free?

1969
National Political Opinion / Re: Change some asked for
« on: October 23, 2008, 06:04:15 AM »
Let the fighting begin again!

1970
Religion Opinion / Re: NOT ENOUGH MONKEYS
« on: October 20, 2008, 02:55:37 PM »
Fifty years ago, a chemist named Stanley Miller conducted a famous experiment to investigate how life could have started on Earth.


Recently, scientists re-analyzed his results using modern technology and found a new implication: The original sparks for life on our planet could have come from volcanic eruptions.


The 1950s experiment was designed to test how the ingredients necessary for life could arise.


Miller and his University of Chicago mentor Harold Urey used a system of closed flasks containing water and a gas of simple molecules thought to be common in Earth's early atmosphere. They zapped the gas with an electric spark (representing lightning on ancient Earth), and found that after a couple of weeks the water turned brown. It turned out that amino acids, the complex molecules that make up proteins, had formed from the simple materials in the flasks.


The finding was lauded as proof that the fundamental building blocks of life could be derived from natural processes on our planet.


Recently, Scripps Institution of Oceanography researcher Jeffrey Bada, who was Miller's graduate student when the experiment was first performed, stumbled upon vials containing residues from the tests. In a slight variation on the famous experiment, in some of these trials, steam had been injected into the gas to simulate conditions in the cloud of an erupting volcano. These results had never been made public.


In the newly recovered samples, Bada and his team found 22 amino acids, 10 of which had never been found in any other experiment like this.


"The apparatus Stanley Miller paid the least attention to gave the most exciting results," said team member Adam Johnson, a graduate student at Indiana University. "We suspect part of the reason for this was that he did not have the analytical tools we have today, so he would have missed a lot."


And, after re-analyzing the samples from the original trials that had been published in 1953, the team also found that those flasks contained far more organic molecules than Stanley Miller realized.


"We believed there was more to be learned from Miller's original experiment," Bada said. "We found that in comparison to his design everyone is familiar with from textbooks, the volcanic apparatus produces a wider variety of compounds."


The researchers published the results of their new analysis in the Oct. 16 issue of the journal Science.


Over the past 50 years, scientists have changed their thinking about what elements were present in the atmosphere of early Earth. Miller used methane, hydrogen and ammonia in his experiments, though now researchers think Earth's ancient atmosphere was mostly carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and nitrogen.


"At first glance, if Earth's early atmosphere had little of the molecules used in Miller's classic experiment, it becomes difficult to see how life could begin using a similar process," said team member Daniel Glavin of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. "However, in addition to water and carbon dioxide, volcanic eruptions also release hydrogen and methane gases. Volcanic clouds are also filled with lightning, since collisions between volcanic ash and ice particles generate electric charge. Since the young Earth was still hot from its formation, volcanoes were probably quite common then."

1971
Things that make you go HMMMM / Re: Hey Mark
« on: October 20, 2008, 01:29:06 PM »
How good can it be, or for that matter it's reputation if getting in is not dependant on your grade point avererage, but rather the fact that they draw from a hat.. A lot of people drop out because it's not based on your qualifications. I am not making this up, they draw names.
 
 
No, She's planning to attend Lincoln. Do you know if their Nursing program is a good one?

1972
Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: Sneak Peek Sheriff's View
« on: October 20, 2008, 04:18:05 AM »
Don't forget the Commissioners wanted  to spend money on a secretary to do their work, then an economic development person to do their work, then they wanted to spend money to build a web page they hoped would bury mine, so no one would notice their errors.. Good luck with that.. All the time playing ignorant to the obvious deficit that was just over the horizon. They knew January one that by cutting JB's budget, and giving it to another department, that they had to end up with a defecit.. I call that a no brainer.. They call it management..


1973
Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: Sneak Peek Sheriff's View
« on: October 20, 2008, 04:11:41 AM »
Go for it.
 
Rick You need to Start a Hall Of Shame thread.
 And start with the the Quote from Randsdall about the price of Gas won't go up above 2 bucks a gallon.
 You could fill a thread just with quotes from him and Thornsberry. :anger: :fight: :th_tha3ab577b-1:

1974
National News / Paramedic attacked in Oklahoma..
« on: October 17, 2008, 09:28:13 PM »

1975
National News / Explosion at law firm in Dalton GA. One dead..
« on: October 17, 2008, 05:36:41 PM »
(DALTON) -- At least four people went to a hospital after an explosion ripped through a Dalton, GA law firm.
A federal official told NBC that the device was thrown from a passing car through a window of McCamy, Philips, Tuggle and Fordham, LLP around 10 a.m. The firm is located on West Crawford Street in downtown Dalton.
The Dalton Daily Citizen newspaper reports police are questioning a man they took into custody. It says the Whitfield County District Attorney has identified the the man as Lloyd Cantrell.
The Dalton Police Department is the lead agency in charge. Assisting in the investigation is the FBI, GBI, ATF and Whitfield County Fire and EMS. The GBI bomb squad is currently clearing the building.
The four victims were transported to Hamilton Medical Center in Dalton. NBC reports one of the victims will be moved to a burn unit later.

1976
Local News / Re: Fort Leonard Wood woman's body found in Marshfield
« on: October 17, 2008, 04:47:19 PM »
Thanks, glad we could help.. Looking forward to bringing a lot more to all of you starting next week.. What's happening here will be unprecedented in this area, matter of fact we might be the example the rest of the people will do things down the road. This has been done before and failed, but we have an advantage over others, it's called purpose, rather than greed.. Hope you all will love it.. I know I will love it..
 
 
Thanks Rick for the moderation. I believe, as you stated, the people on here aren't the the same kind of people that are being awful on that other website. I know that I could not continue being here as often if it were a negative place.

Just to remind you, when my husband was in Kuwait, a couple of years ago the people on this board saved my sanity by bringing me companionship at anytime of day or night. I was very depressed.

Also, this board got me educated about this community and caused me to become active in positive works here in Pulaski County.

Thanks again.

Sorry this was off topic. I just felt the need to reply to Rick, out loud!

1977
Local News / Re: Deputy arrested?
« on: October 17, 2008, 01:33:55 PM »
Class act..
 
 
I am going to let this topic rest, it seems most of the responses come from people who have a one track mind or just want to believe that all cops are good cops. No one ever said anything about trying to get out of a ticket. This site has a limited group of people who are so narrow and little minded that I am not going to waste any more time discussing or debating my issue. I am even sorry that Fort Leonardwood supposts this town being that I am a veteran. I will be traveling there again, and probably soon, but I won't be around the likes of the people on this site! :karma:

1978
Local News / Re: Fort Leonard Wood woman's body found in Marshfield
« on: October 17, 2008, 01:22:01 PM »
Noted.. I don't see this crowd going there.. Once again I remind you that we are nothing without you all, and for that I say thanks..
 
 
Advertising another forum? Should I report this post to an administator?

lol

1979
Local News / Re: Fort Leonard Wood woman's body found in Marshfield
« on: October 17, 2008, 01:20:23 PM »
Most blogs and boards of the world are not monitored in any way.. If in the future we get a strong competitor who doesn't monitor their board we may have to do the same to stay competitive. People love unfetered nastiness.. The Daily Guide almost had me move in that direction until they shut that part down..
 
That's terrible.  Isn't anyone watching what's going on??  Makes me sick.

1980
Local News / New sheriff?
« on: October 17, 2008, 03:49:19 AM »