KUHT, always with the fundraising and "Viewers Like You" and all that.
They think they can get us to donate with some cheap Les Miz collector's CD, a totebag and some doo-wop reunion concerts? No chance.
KUHT used to take this stuff seriously. As evidenced by the above clip, featuring Houston songstress Nancy Ames and a specially written intro tune.
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Yes, kids, there used to be telephones like that. Although what that proto-desktop-computer is supposed to be, we have no idea. We're sure it could do up to 1,500 calculations an hour.
And the cars -- did the cars always look so cheap even when new? Probably.
Ames, by the way, had an epic contribution to song far more well-known than the saucy KUHT jingle. She wrote and performed a bit of Vietnam propaganda called "He Wore the Green Beret" that has to be heard to be believed.
Click the link, if you dare.