Uncle Tom's Cabin

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Uncle Tom’s Cabin

highly effective, sentimental Abolitionist novel. [Am. Lit.: Jameson, 513]
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Tom showed such undisguised and open-mouthed interest in his narrations that the old guard rubbed up his memory, and launched out into a graphic history of all the performances of the boys on the roads for the last twenty years.
Premiere Networks' long-running Bob & Tom Show is heard on more than 100 radio affiliates nationwide and is based at WFBQ-FM in Indianapolis.
On Tour Records has released several noteworthy comedy albums over the least few years, including “They're Still In the Can” by Bob & Tom Show favorite Jeff Bodart and the highly acclaimed “I Don't Think I Believe In Us” by Holiday's mentor, Stewart Huff.
Hahn is a favorite on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Show and has appeared on the Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Comendy Central, and more.
The "Bob & Tom Show" was, and remains, one of the most popular morning drive-time comedy programs in America.
Also, the Indianapolis-based "The Bob and Tom Show" brings its off-the-wall take of current events at midnight on WGN America.
"I don't think we should give free room and board to criminals," Morey says on a YouTube.com video that says it was part of the Bob and Tom show. "I think they should have to run 12 hours a day on a treadmill and generate electricity."
Magic 105 now syndicates the "Bob and Tom Show" out of Indianapolis in the mornings, though KSSN, also under Clear Channel's umbrella, still pulled a four-book average of 10.1 with Robbins.
But then, that same day, driving to work listening to The Bob & Tom Show, the official Diesel Progress morning radio show they started teasing one of them, Tom I think, that he had absolutely no cultural reference points after say, 1974.
KSHE's (94.7 FM) Bob and Tom show is syndicated and sometimes crosses the line.
He traced the novel back to a somewhat similar mome nt in 1945 when he saw not zoot suits but a poster for a blackface "Tom Show" in Waitsfield, Vermont, which caused memories to fall into place, including his agitation for Angelo Herndon and the Scottsboro Boys ("Introduction" 479).
There is always a "Tom show" going somewhere, sometimes half a dozen at once, and now that the talking movie has arrived it has a new medium of expression.