The reason: there is not enough paper in the entire world!
“Under New Jersey state tax code, any land that is dedicated to cemetery purposes is exempt from all taxes, rates, and assessments. Cemetery companies are also specifically exempt from paying any real estate taxes, rates, and assessments or personal property taxes on their lands, as well as business taxes, sales taxes, income taxes, and inheritance taxes.”
“Nichols was born Grace Dell Nichols near Chicago in 1932. (Unhappy with Grace, she took the name Nichelle when she was a teenager.) Her grandfather was a White Southerner who married a Black woman, causing a rift in his family.
Blessed with a four-octave vocal range, Nichols was performing in local clubs by the time she was 14. Among the performers she met was Duke Ellington, who later took her on tour. She also worked extensively in Chicago clubs and in theater.
She moved to Los Angeles in the early ’60s and landed a role in a Gene Roddenberry series, ‘The Lieutenant.’ A number of Star Trek veterans, including Leonard Nimoy, Walter Koenig and Majel Barrett, also worked on the show.”
Nichelle never did any screen nudity, but she wore a mighty sexy outfit in a 1974 film called Truck Turner:
According to Celebrity Sleuth magazine, she also posed for this nude photoshoot:
She is 65 years old.
I’m not sure what happened to VB’s career. He seemed to be kind of a star there for a while, but is now appearing in films that would make Eric Roberts blush. Per IMDb, his last five films have been rated in the 4s. Vampire Bill is usually the only name I recognize in the cast of those films, except for an occasional name of someone I thought had retired or died.
“Check out this stereo view from lunar orbit. The 3D anaglyph was created from two photographs taken by astronaut Michael Collins during the Apollo 11 mission. It features the lunar module ascent stage, dubbed The Eagle, rising to meet the command module in lunar orbit on July 21, 1969.”