Take A Look At This 10/22

Story 1
A Seagull got his big break on TV, and it also gave some viewers at home a bit of a surprise. On Australia's Channel 9 News Wednesday a seagull flew up to a camera that was being used as a background for a live show. The seagull appears to be the size of a medium Dinosaur.

Story 2

An Oklahoma woman bought her mother this pink Maytag washer and dryer in 1957. It had been running fine, until the dryer door latch recently broke. So she called Maytag to have it repaired.

The company couldn't believe the machines were still operating, and offered to replace the pair with a brand new set.

The durable appliances will be put on display at the Maytag museum in Benton Harbor, Michigan.

Story 3

People gathered from nearby towns in south Texas Wednesday to watch this fruit cannon in action.

“It's kind of redneck fun” says one of the amateur cannon enthusiast

Two local men built the device after being inspired by a pumpkin cannon they saw in Mexico.

They say their cannon can shoot melons at five hundred miles an hour, as far as a mile away.


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  • by anon Location: wallace on Oct 22, 2009 at 05:43 PM
    my grandparents bought a kenmore washer and window a/c unit in 1970 and the a/c unit went out this past june and the washer had a new belt on it and still running.i bought a new washer/dryer in nov. 1999 maytag. the washer went out. don't make them like they used to.
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