Friday, December 5, 2008
On December 5, 1968 - The Night of The Living Dead was released in theaters. The Night of The Living Dead was the work of director George Romero, Duane Jones who starred as Ben, Judith O'Dea as Barbra, Keith Wayne as Tom, and Karl Hardman as Harry Cooper. The low budget classic did pretty well in the theaters and remains a terrific film 40 years later. You can watch the Zombie classic, Night of the Living Dead for free, or better still - we offer a high quality DVD iso download for just $10. Easy as pie to make your own DVD.
Enjoy a brewski today - 75 years ago, on December 5, 1933 Prohibition ended. Wow, it is hard to think of a time when it was illegal to have a beer or a glass of wine or, oh my - a vodka tonic, a cosmo or a a little Sambuca in your expresso. But I think it really happened. And it ended 75 years ago today. To honor this event - here's a few links related to the subject of alcohol. Beer, Wine, Alcohol, drunk, drinking, moonshine, or moon shine. Staff picks - Aunt Bea's Medicine Man - the episode where Aunt Bea gets tiddly, a little lit, tipsy, etc etc. Also - Granny's Spring Tonic, where Granny makes her first spring batch of hooch from the still at the cement pond. Plus - Drinking & Eating PSA, too weird to explain... and the Terry Garland song, The Bible and Jim Beam. Cheers, prohibition ended today 75 years ago - December 5, 1933.