Value This - The weekly Radio Appraisal show with Brian Kathenes and Leon Castner

Brian and Leon, will blow your mind with their witty and thorough knowledge of everything that you can put a price tag on. Listen every week on your local public radio station.

THIS WEEK

More footballs and toilet talk…(do they go together?)plus we’ll highbrow it with a Harvard University Commencement Program from 1820.  (In other words we’ll get our minds out of the gutter.)

 

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Q:  Astronauts routinely carry a PPK on their flight.  What is it?

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Q: What photographic process was developed in 1854 that soon became the rage around the world?  Victorians collected these items in special albums.

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Trivia:  Those Were the Days

1952
The year Mr. Potato Head first showed his head.  (Actually he didn’t.  The first potato heads came with facial implements but no head.  One used a potato.)  It was the first toy advertised on TV.  Speaking of TV, the #1 show had a hit song, I Luv Lucy.  The Yankees won the series and the Minneapolis Lakers (you heard that right) won the NBA.  For our music lovers, Les Paul started selling something called an electric guitar.  (They said it would never last.)

 

 

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I’d rather regret the things I’ve done than regret the things I haven’t done.

Lucille Ball

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