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Way to go Comet-TV for showing the surprise ending of the 1976 Oliver Reed film, Burnt Offerings, in their advertisement for the film, which they show several times a day every day all month to make sure you know how it ends before they run the actual movie.

I remember reading when a knight defeated another knight he often took his armor, sword, and horse, then let him go. I also have seen some of the old armored suits and knights tended to be about as tall as Alan Ladd.

Someone posted a link to this site a little while ago. It also features this epic:

Doubtless to be followed by Snap, Crackle, and Pop: Ninja Warriors!

They may not be silent, but it'll be the last sound you'll hear!

The nerdboy in me is constrained to point out that Chester Cheetah is not a cereal mascot.

Yeah, but he killed Tony the Tiger and Ogg the Caveman.

The Baron said:

The nerdboy in me is constrained to point out that Chester Cheetah is not a cereal mascot.

That would explain what happened to the Freakies.

I remember Ogg having dinosaurs in his cereal. For some reason all I ever seemed to get was the plesiosaur, until I had a whole navy of them.

This reminds me of the Cereal Convention in Neil Gaiman's Sandman.

We should have traded. I never ate Coco Krispies, but I had a variety ofplastic dinosaurs from various sources and among them, a small army of dimetrodons.

Ronald Morgan said:

That would explain what happened to the Freakies.

I remember Ogg having dinosaurs in his cereal. For some reason all I ever seemed to get was the plesiosaur, until I had a whole navy of them.

I should have said, "armada" because they have sails.

And yes, I'm aware that dimetrodons aren't dinosaurs. I just doubt the manufacturers and purveyors of small cheap plastic toys are.

I think those were in the cereal with the cowboy with the whip? 

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