Monthly Archives: April 2011

DFHC 4/30-5/1/2011

item 0 >>> Another semi-vacation…so DFHC will be “quick and dirty” for the next week-to-10 days…but hopefully you’ll like this new “fill-in” feature…the traditional trivia quiz…which Cool Daddy calls… And since I got to posting this later than normal, it … Continue reading

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DFHC 4/29/2011

item 00 >>> More from the funny pages of the Boston Post, Wednesday, Feb. 12, 1956. Not for nothing, but was Nick Haliday Doc’s grandfather, I wonder? (Yeah, I know, it’s spelled different…sue me.) And were Ferd’nand and his son … Continue reading

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DFHC 4/28/2011

item 0 >>> For the next couple of weeks, I’ll be too busy to devote the time I’d like to Deep Fried Hoodsie Cups…bummer, but all is not lost…I’ve got a “fill-in” format scheduled that takes less time, that hopefully … Continue reading

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DFHC 4/27/2011

item 1 >>> Now Playing…  California Man   That great British rock group The Move…in the 60s, rivaled creatively only by the Beatles and the Kinks, IMHO. This is from 1972, as they were on the verge of splitting into Jeff … Continue reading

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DFHC 4/26/2011

item 1 >>> Now Playing…  Victoria by Kinks   One of those shoulda-been-a-monster-hits from 1969…as it was, only made it as high as #61. item 2 >>> LQQK @ †h∆†!…  Adam Adamant  Ever wonder where Adam Ant got his name? Well, first … Continue reading

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DFHC 4/25/2011

item 1 >>> Now Playing…  Stacy’s Mom by Fountains of Wayne  Haven’t been too many tunes come down the pike in the last decade that I really liked…but this is one, by gum…from 2003. item 2 >>> LQQK @ †h∆†!…  Polka … Continue reading

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G4BB part 16: Royal Action!

Royal Action! 16.1  In honor of the Royal Wedding (what Royal Wedding?…hey, good for you!), today we’ll take a peep at the mother lode of genealogical shenanigans, the Royal Houses of Europe. Large families and indiscriminate cross-border inbreeding yield a … Continue reading

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