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Richard Dawson was famous for his role on Hogan’s Heroes but he was really the man who made the Family Feud an internationally renowned game show. But sometimes you’d get confused whether you were watching the Feud or the Kissing Game.
— Breaking News (@BreakingNews) June 3, 2012
Cause that would be a sin? A nasty question on the Family Feud.
And who knew the Family Feud was still on the air? What happened to Richard Dawson? But at least Montel Williams is looking healthy again, huh?
And this game show proves it. I have no idea what this is about, but it involves stairs, huge vats of KY, projectiles and old people sliding down stairs.
The winner of the gameshow gets a free trip to the chiropractor.
The CashCab in Vancouver flattened a pedestrian. Lets hope there is no bonus round.
From CBS here:
In New York City, many residents dream of the day they’ll get picked up by the famous “Cash Cab” and get a chance to rake in big bucks on the popular TV game show. The sentiment may not be the same in Vancouver, however, after their version of the famous taxi struck and killed a pedestrian.
Vancouver police said the victim, a 61-year-old man, was struck in the city’s Downtown Eastside district late Friday night, and died in a hospital shortly after the incident.
The accident occurred as a producer was driving the replica cab back to a storage facility after filming for the day had been completed
So the cash cab now has bloodstains and a dented hood, making it blend in with the majority of other cabs.
You know that times are tough all over right now with the mere 2 percent rise in unemployment. Lots of companies are forecasting their sales and realizing that they need to layoff staff now in order to avoid any shortfalls later. This is what happened at Hasbro. They fired the guy who edits the “scrabble word of the day” on their website.
You would think that with more people at home they would play more board games, so why the layoffs? Thanks to Fark for the story.
I was once a powerful Paladin who had acquired a “Vorpal” sword that, if I rolled a 20, was an automatic decapitation against my opponent. Sadly, like all D&D characters, he met an ignoble, albeit brave end. He went up against a green dragon and failed his saving throw for poison.
Gary Gygax, one of the creators of the masterful role playing game of Dungeons and Dragons died. His invention allowed for millions of geeks to waste their Friday nights for more than three decades. He will be missed.