The original article
provides the answer.
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which shows the item in contemporary use.
Is the falling-down part of skiing really what the resort wants to highlight?
for December 19, 1967.
The animated mouth of Jesus, who speaks with a robot voice, is tops!
Bob Harrington himself
, am I cynical for imagining that hanging out with the hookers and party-animals of Bourbon Street was more fun than ministering to Jim and Jane Normal in the suburbs?
A traffic roundabout so jumbled, it earned fame and its own postcard.
The level of ritual fervor seems decidedly low here. Also, lack of vintage garb is rather incongruous. All in all, I suspect, a pale shadow of what once was a vital artform.
If only I could make it out to Santa Rosa, CA, to see
his upcoming performance.
I am sure my consciousness would be raised to Olympian levels.
"Today, little remains of the industry but the occasional telltale sign spotted on the ground—shells laced with perfectly round holes—and millions of mother-of-pearl buttons saved in button jars across the country, cut from blouses and shirts from a time when nothing was wasted."
The whole story, in depth.
(No pun intended.)
founder Naomi Wilzig.
Being TV journalism, the clip is work-safe.