Release Of ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust’ Popularizes Glam Rock, Glam Education, Glam Politics

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U.S. Improves Infrastructure With Transnational Power Strip

WASHINGTON—In a sweeping effort aimed at overhauling the nation's aging infrastructure, the United States on Sunday unveiled a 3,000-mile transnational power strip, which officials said would provide Americans with 126 billion new electrical outlets...

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National Geographic 8:00 p.m. EST/7:00 9.m. CST Ted buys some balsa wood that's on special; Amy skims instructions on how to can food; Nate's guessed his covered swimming pool would shelter his family from the more lethal parts of nuclear fallout.
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Release Of ‘The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust’ Popularizes Glam Rock, Glam Education, Glam Politics

The Onion looks back at the release of David Bowie's 'The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust,' which popularized Glam Rock, Glam Politics, and Glam Sports, Charles Darwin killing and eating the last dodo, and D-Day, when brave U.S. boys in uniform blah blah blah greatest generation blah blah blah, all that World War II crap.

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