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Desc:Largely forgotten 1970s educational TV show perhaps best known for 'The Club' (Palabra Jot)
Category:Classic TV Clips, Educational
Tags:PBS, 1970s, seventies, classic TV, educational tv
Submitted:sasazuka
Date:04/02/13
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YakooMarkTwo - 2013-04-02
Pretty sure I submitted something to The Club at least once.
sasazuka - 2013-04-02
Eh, I might've wanted to submit something but I'm in Canada and even as a little kid I knew they wouldn't give a crap about Canadian submissions. Also, these episodes were already a couple of years old by the time I was in grade school, so I don't know if the post office box in Jackson, Mississippi would've still been active.

I wonder what would happen if a large number of people in 2013 would write stories and send them to Post Office Drawer 1101, Jackson, Mississippi, 39205 for lulz? Would they bring back "The Club"? Mississippi supposedly ranks dead last in adult literacy, so maybe they ought to bring "The Club" back. Palabra Jot!
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