12/23/1985 at 01:00 AM EST
It was U.S. Sen. Bill "Born to Run" Bradley who, leaping on the Springsteen bandwagon, found it within his priorities to write a long essay extolling the singer. It ended, "Keep rocking, Bruce. Keep going. Let the good times roll."
It's a modest little wine, with a glycerine nose, but on the other hand it will keep your bladder from freezing all winter
Importers of a batch of Riunite wine had to recall it when government testers found the wine contained diethylene glycol, used in antifreeze.
If there's no centerfold, how do you explain all those staple cuts on your finger tips?
Congress eliminated a $103,000 Library of Congress appropriation to publish a Braille edition of Playboy after Rep. Chalmers Wylie (R-Ohio) said the magazine "assails traditional moral values" and "peddles wanton and illicit sex."
Of course, there is no absolute right to yell 'Fire' in a crowded theater or make a movie Dan and Uncle Walt don't like
Both Dan Rather and his CBS predecessor, Walter Cronkite, threatened to disassociate themselves from a program because an HBO docudrama on Edward R. Murrow was to be shown. Cronkite disagreed with characterizations of some real-life CBS personalities in the film. Rather called the screening a "film promotion scheme." The January program is a benefit for the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press.