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    History Channel. July 20th. 10:00pm. American Eats - "The soft drink industry is examined.
    Whatcha gonna do mama now that the roast beef is gone?

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    Tks drpep. The histroy channel always does a good job with giving complete histories. [img]smile.gif[/img]
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    Originally posted by Mr Zabe:
    Tks drpep. The histroy channel always does a good job with giving complete histories. [img]smile.gif[/img]
    I'm not sure if that was a joke. But either way despite my casual dislike of the channel I plan on tuining in. I wonder if they will focus more on the early years or the more recent time?
    <b>Hey Pepsi, Shasta called, they want their lemon-lime back.</b>

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    So far on American Eats they have covered snack foods and food pioneers and have gone from the beginning to current.
    Whatcha gonna do mama now that the roast beef is gone?

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    FYI....I rather enjoy the history channel. [img]smile.gif[/img]
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    I wonder how many times they will mention all the positives of HFCS...

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    I have History Channel... but the schedule is completely different from the U.S. one

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    Originally posted by SURGE:
    </font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Mr Zabe:
    Tks drpep. The histroy channel always does a good job with giving complete histories. [img]smile.gif[/img]
    I'm not sure if that was a joke. But either way despite my casual dislike of the channel I plan on tuining in. I wonder if they will focus more on the early years or the more recent time? </font>[/QUOTE]The History channel is a lot better TV than "The Nanny" or "The Simple Life" etc. You can learn a lot about the influences of today and how they came about years ago.
    Whether you think can or think you can\'t, you\'re probably right!

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    Originally posted by Mr Zabe:
    FYI....I rather enjoy the history channel. [img]smile.gif[/img]
    Mr. Zabe....Do you remeber the show hosted by Dick Cavett( I know that dates me) called "Time Was...." Each week he would detail a decade, say for instance the 20's and then the 30's the next week. Great show.

    Another oldie but goodie that used to run on TLC I believe, or maybe THC actually was "Connections" In this show the host spent 30 minutes detailing the connections to an end product from other inventions throughout time. Sometimes he could connect how say a transistor was made possible because of an invention 500 years ago.It was a domino effect circumstance, each invention and discovery worked on top of another. Another Great show.
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    Don't forget.. this is on tonight!

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