Not one, or two, but three Hollywood legends died on the same week with two of them on the same day.
Unfortunately, Ed McMahon and Farrah Fawcett’s passings were nothing in comparison to the extensive media coverage of the sudden death of Michael Jackson.
But then, what would you expect for the unexpected death of somebody who was once one of music’s greatest performers? After all, he was already in rehearsals for his upcoming comeback tour and believed (by the media and most fans) to still be in decent health.
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This past Monday, a student pilot and his flight instructor had to make an emergency landing in Kennesaw, Georgia after an electrical failure led to a fire which caused smoke in the cockpit followed by the failure of the aircraft’s engine.
They were cleared to land immediately at McCollum Field, but at only 1,000 feet above ground level, they were too far away to make it to the airport.
As it was stated in the article, the flight instructor had them land the aircraft on Highway 41 (also known as Cobb Parkway) at around 11:30 in the morning, and managing to miss the traffic on the road and make a clean landing.
Continuing from the previous post, we’re now going to switch over and take a look at a commercial for the OmniTech Institute.
If you’ve watched any daytime TV in the Atlanta metro area during the past couple of years, then you’ve probably seen a commercial for this local medical school.
Take a look at an early version of the commercial.
It’s time to take a look at a few common TV commercials that plague the network and see how they approach the consumer and sell their products.
Up first is the company U.S. Fidelis and one of the more basic TV commercials advertising an extended car warranty.
This commercial is a couple of years old, but very similar ones are still common on TV today. One version of the commercial has two people sitting in a mechanic’s waiting room while NASCAR legend Rusty Wallace tells us about how great of a deal it is for the extended warranty.
He’s finally back on WWE Monday Night Raw one day and virtually and gone the next.
And now Mr. Kennedy is gone from WWE wrestling permanently.