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I. Want to read. Oh. And. You. Presentation of zoom is made possible in part by a grant from General Foods corporation. And by this station and by other public television stations the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the Ford Foundation. Oh. Right.
Think about. Sherry harlots of Seaside Heights New Jersey. And Dan said his last name was John important of Cherry Hill New Jersey. So just variations in the game we played in called categories. So did Dave and Steve valise of Lincoln Massachusetts. Here's their version. It's called rhythm. Come on boy five was a hard one to fix. Sexy. Well I was like OK you know. I read your eyebrow. I was done. All right really. I'm still. But.
But who am I to play for. Was I. I mean I was. That line is mine you know you want to know what I can. Only. Find on three bills no use for what to eat and shit. We want your 5 5. 5 5 5 2 1 1 4 4 5 1 4 5 5 0. 2 6. 3.
Told them not to have them until now all right. I'm too no need to use that. I'm OK. Three months would be more to do a lot more. Thank you. I'm trying really hard not to go too far. Thank you I'm. Sure you find. More. But now to run until. I. Find. My. God. Well let me think.
God what do you know God. One. TIME What do you want. What do you want but don't mind after 20. I don't think I think you know praying do you know why and I don't know why and I'm so angry. I think you are. What think I'm. All right. I don't want you to go on as. You know little minded know whom to morrow. OK. I'm going to bother going to work.
Do you know that when you write the words you can make things to eat and drink trees and berries on Bush's ranch sounds like Bush. But. It looks exactly like an early. Three probably only family left on the right. It's only with their second breath.
It's not a sassafras Bush you know. Thanks. Don't take it out because it may not be a sassafras Bush and you he is very sick. It really smells a little like beer. It takes about one eternal life. If you want the recipe for sassafras back to 1 3 4. This is a play sent in by tio Didn't of Manassas Virginia to
do the play. You need a piece of paper which a fold like that and then hold in the middle. OK here's the place. You must pay the rent. But we can't. You must pay the rent. But you can't. Get your must pay rent. To pay. The reds. Oh the rent. Curses again. That was the one we sent to my Matthew heel of Lincoln Massachusetts. It's called Rage.
Was. Was. When. I had the freedom that way one day then one man would have been deployed to the boat. People want to be free. I have a great. Fish now. Each dish dish.
If you've made a movie and it's only the 16 millimeter film of film and you think it's good wrap it carefully so it won't get damaged and include a soundtrack if there is one. Don't forget your name and address and send it home. Box 3 5 0 0 0 Boston Mass 0 2 1 3 4. Right. Here's a story that was sent in by Peggy porter of Charlotte. North Carolina. It's called Crystal chicken. Once there was a chicken who didn't even know his name a goose came down the street and said chicken chicken what is your name. Chris said name
what is a name. Something you don't know answered the goose. And away she went mumbling. Imagine not knowing the word name. A turkey came and said chicken chicken. Do you know what time it is. Time ask Chris what is time. Stupid chicken so the turkey. Many animals came alone. So finally Chris got so confused he went to school after asking a cat what school was and learn more than anyone. So now people or rather animals ask him more questions than they do Mr Al. So you can see a chicken is a very fine thing to be a. Mess kit of a to admit this man. Most most eat a game a lot to wear. To daily MassPike I mistook the voice now dismantled. Now sitting
scope put it he did TV nose push loste ish get him show dare you. I showed it to him on a guy. Just for you.
It isn't programming in Massachusetts. It seems there was a soldier who was last in line when they were passing out rifles instead of a rifle. He was given a broom. When he asked how he was going to fight with a broom. He told them all he was told that when he saw enemy soldiers all he had to do was Amos Brown with them and say should he shoot shoot and if that didn't work he should say stick to the Stick stick. Well the soldier was walking God one night and he saw some enemy soldiers. He said halt but they didn't so he said shoot shoot and three of them dropped. Then he said stick to the stick stick one of them got close. Whereupon two more of them dropped but one of them kept coming. And as the enemy soldier was walking over the astounded soldier
holding the broom. The enemy soldier was heard to say. Tank tank tank. By Timothy C. Kenna of Poughkeepsie New York. Thank you to think oh my god. Don't you. God what did. You do that if you knew that if he did then he was yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah I do have no right to do you know I think that I don't get why what I did was when you know I'm done.
Up and. Down. Time went on 1 2 1 1 1 1 1. The noise. Was much. Like you. Do. It was let. Out. Do I need some sugar. Free some water. Lots of. He's hot. I'm David Kay and today I'm baking crowds.
Is it time that we have every Friday night and during Saturday you don't have to drain the rest of the week. It's a special sort. And then Jews have been eating this type of bread. Years. And it's very traditional and them all through history. If my great grandmother was bacon call her next neighbor may care. Watch. You can. Wait. Every dirty trick you can think of. Now. Time after time.
But the most important part of success. So you just have to really need it. I do. Have a chapter. And I have to make grades. And the British will for any symbolic reason only serve to make the bread look different and when you bridge just like braiding someone's hair you only try to British tightly as possible. So that it will stay together and it looks much nicer if it's been tightly braided and won't fall apart.
In the hall or actually with an egg. And the purpose is nice. Look nice crust. After everything finished and. Everything's fine. Today for around 40 minutes 45. Minutes family. Friday night. And there we have a ceremony.
I think it's right next time. This is a poem by Peter Weiss Garber of Norwich Connecticut and it's called the icicle. And icicle set on a red brick wall. And it said to the sun I don't like you at all. Drip drip drip. But the son said you were a saucy tongue. You should remember I am old and you are young. Drip drip drip. Thank you Peter. Remember the cat always came back even though his owner tried to get. This. One. To my. Calf. And always planned. To. Fly. It. And the cat. OK. That's me next. They get.
Hundreds of people wrote in and told us other ways of getting invincible. OK. Here's one that was sent in. By Debbie Rogers Braintree Massachusetts. Gave. Him. The stuff. And then it's. Like this. One. Began to. Get. Back. Where. You may think it. Came back. They just would say hey. Here's one thing to buy any course you didn't. Like going to Massachusetts. He gave it to you. Said to send him to.
Get. That. He. Said he was. On. This side didn't buy a lot of you so we won't mention any. Right now. And now.
Just. Like. Me. Should see by. This. Would you try to view them. Perhaps.
They just don't. Have. The cattle. Back. Think. Of. A. MAN WITH A. Camera.
Right. At that. Yeah. I mean you know. Thank you. Now. I know. When. You. Go. To. The. Presentation of zoom was made possible in part by a grant from General Foods corporation and by this station and by other public television stations.
Series
ZOOM, Series I
Episode Number
120
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WGBH Educational Foundation
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WGBH (Boston, Massachusetts)
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"ZOOM is a children's show comprised of weekly half-hour episodes which showed what youngsters do and think. Seven ZOOMers hosted each episdoe, and the cast changed over run of series. ZOOM premiered locally as ""Summer-Do"" in 1970, and premiered nationally in January 1972. ZOOMers played games, told jokes, riddles (called Fannee Doolees) and stories and did crafts projects...and invited ideas from their audience. The result was an avalanche of ZOOMmail - in the first season, over 200,000 letters. Additionally, the Ubbi Dubbi language was invented by ZOOM."
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00:30:54
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Producing Organization: WGBH Educational Foundation
Production Unit: Children's Programming (STS)
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Chicago: “ZOOM, Series I; 120,” WGBH, American Archive of Public Broadcasting (GBH and the Library of Congress), Boston, MA and Washington, DC, accessed June 25, 2022, http://americanarchive.org/catalog/cpb-aacip-15-83kwhp7c.
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APA: ZOOM, Series I; 120. Boston, MA: WGBH, American Archive of Public Broadcasting (GBH and the Library of Congress), Boston, MA and Washington, DC. Retrieved from http://americanarchive.org/catalog/cpb-aacip-15-83kwhp7c