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Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine · 9h ago

The German POWs Who Lived, Worked and Loved in Texas

The German POWs Who Lived, Worked and Loved in Texas  There was a camp located a couple of miles outside of Mexia, Texas.  Old folks still remember seeing them get off the train and being ma...
Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine · 9h ago

Song of the Day

Jerry Lee Lewis Fools Like Me - YouTube:
Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine · 10h ago

Perfectly Understandable

Central Texas Prius driver, 76, charged with shooting at couple who made 'obscene gesture': "From what we were able to ascertain, they had been stuffed behind this Prius for a couple of town...
Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine · 10h ago

Today's Vintage Ad

Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine · 11h ago

I'm Sure You'll All Agree

Best Movie Posters Since 2010  Link via Neatorama.
Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine · 11h ago

PaperBack

Albert L.  Quandt, Pick-Up Alley, Venus Books, 1950
Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine · 12h ago

I Miss the Old Days

Before Smartphone Selfie, Here Are 25 Coolest Family Photos Ever Taken
Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine · 12h ago

An Exhaustive Breakdown of Patrick Swayze’s ‘Road House’

An Exhaustive Breakdown of Patrick Swayze’s ‘Road House’: The 1989 movie about the best damn bouncer you’ve ever seen is more like a religious experience
Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine · 13h ago

First It Was the Thin Mints Melee

Man enraged over nachos stabbed Las Vegas cook 14 times 
Bill Crider's Pop Culture Magazine · 18h ago

FFB: Lost Horizon -- James Hilton

I'd never read Lost Horizon or seen any of the movies based on it, but when I read Michael Dirda's comments on the book in the Wall Street Journal, I figured it was time I did.  The essay is behind a paywall, but here's how it begins:  "Now and again...