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John Ratzenberger's 'Made in America' (TV Show/Travel Channel) - Anybody else watch?
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Posted on 03/03/2004 7:45:21 AM PST by af_vet_rr
"Uncover the stories and secrets behind some of America's best-known and -loved products. With John Ratzenberger as your guide, you know he won't leave any factoid unrevealed!"
TOPICS: AMERICA - The Right Way!!; Business/Economy; Chit/Chat; History; Miscellaneous; Travel
KEYWORDS: cliff; madeinamerica; tv; usa
Last night I happened to catch this show, and was surprised and pleased. John Ratzenberger (Cliff from Cheers) travels around the US going to different factories and shops, looking at American-made goods, how they are made, and the people working there. He doesn't get too in-depth (for time reasons), but still entertaining. It's good to see a show focusing on American companies and workers. It was very interesting to see one of the Craftsman Tool factories, as well as the John Deere combine assembly line on last night's show.
posted on 03/03/2004 7:45:21 AM PST
Next two shows - Sikorsky helicopter factory in Connecticut, Lowell Boats, Radio Flyer wagons, and then the Corvette plant in Kentucky & the Sturm Ruger factory (firearms).
posted on 03/03/2004 7:50:27 AM PST
guys, if you're gonna catch a bear, you have to think like a bear. apparently, you haven't learned how devious liberals can be. Think about this "glorious tribute to the american worker". And ask yourself, how many of these factories they are filming are non-union. I'd be willing to bet the number is zero. Unions are the number one way communism is spread around the world. This cute little fluff piece, unless i'm mistaken about the union part, is pushing communist doctrine, in it's "cute little way". You guys, and the rest of America better quit being so naive, the thief is in the house stealing us blind, while we watch the parade go by. howlinwolf40
posted on 12/12/2004 4:44:07 PM PST
(THE THIEF IS IN THE HOUSE, AND WE'RE WATCHING THE PARADE GO BY)
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