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(NBC News)   The 1960s Batmobile may bring in up to $5 million at auction this weekend despite losing a wheel, which allowed the Joker to get away   (nbcnews.com) divider line 3
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2013-01-19 10:51:02 AM  
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vinniethepoo: *sigh*
With $5 million I could buy a huge lot, build a nice animal shelter, hire staff and security including our own vet, buy food and supplies, and have enough left over to operate it for 20 years. And someone's going to waste that much on a stupid car.


Well if you were inclined to build a Batcave in that shelter then you'd be short a car.
2013-01-19 10:14:21 AM  
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Mister Peejay: notmtwain: 1960's Batman was the best Batman.  While looking around this morning, found this screen test for the series which shows Lyle Waggoner and Peter Deyell as the dynamic duo solving the riddle,"When is the time on a clock like the whistle on a train?"

So... when IS the time on a clock like the whistle on a train?


When it's two to two.

My favorite: What's yellow, lives in a tree, and is very dangerous?
2013-01-19 09:36:50 AM  
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lake_huron: Dancin_In_Anson: Out of curiosity, how many people born after 1980 know the headline reference?

Was sung on the Simpsons, so hopefully it has come back to be part of childhood popular culture as we know it. I'm gonna teach my kids


It was also sung by The Joker himself in the Animated Series episode "Christmas With The Joker".
 
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