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(Vancouver Sun)   100 years of Vancouver newspaper ads shine light on hidden city history, a world of Hank Williams Sr. concerts, chesterfield suites, new Ovenized Coke, and B.C. Bud "for Health"   (vancouversun.com) divider line 6
    More: Spiffy, Hank Williams, Chesterfield, B.C. Bud, Vancouver, Hudson Bay, companies of Canada, Spanish flu, bombshells  
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2012-09-29 06:17:05 PM  
Sandrson's "Scotch" sounds like a cracking good tipple, what?
2012-09-29 06:21:42 PM  
From the radio ads, it looks like the metal envelope tube was a big thing back then, which is weird - the technology was basically gone after WWII, so it really only lasted 10 years or so. Granted that was a good deal longer than the metal/glass composite CRT*, but still....

* Yes such a beast existed in the early 50's. Very light, nice picture (thin faceplate), implosion-proof. But the outer shell was at 15kv and the metal-glass seals tend to not be perfect. Nonetheless there's plenty of functional types out there still...
2012-09-29 09:35:34 PM  
I'd have been happy to put my weener into Miss Wiggles pooper.
2012-09-29 09:37:46 PM  
I rubbed on out watching at 'Missouri Girls'.
2012-09-30 04:45:32 AM  
Old... news?
2012-09-30 11:04:32 PM  
Any riot coverage?
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