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Some Incredibly Dedicated Fan Mapped Every Location in Quantum Leap

Quantum Leap may have had the most depressing ending of all time, but it had 5 amazing seasons of leaping into history, but how many times did Sam Beckett actually leap? That’s the question we all had, but thanks to one enterprising journalist, Josh Jones, we now have an interactive map of every leap Sam Beckett ever took in the shows 5 season run.

The map includes every episode title and description so if you happen to be a 90’s tv savant then you’ll probably love this.

Josh Jones, used Google Maps to mark all 93 leaps across five season, with season two having the most of all the seasons at 22. Most leaps, of course, took place in the United States, but there were a few in Europe and a few other countries along the way.

Take a look at the interactive map below and enjoy reliving the days of Quantum Leap once again.


OK, I loved the show, but I would never have done this! I will watch the series over again, though - my husband gave me the complete series on DVD a few years ago.

OMG! Somthing touched my foot!

Sends tips to IDthethug@gmail.com - about the guy who intimidated Stormy Daniels

No link, from clips from The View shown on MSNBC. Even the women on The View cracked up at that email address!


Polished Paws - Simon's Cat

YOU CAN'T STOP HIS TWEETS! A Randy Rainbow Song Parody

Furious Koch Brothers Sell Paul Ryan on eBay

WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—In a fit of pique, David and Charles Koch have unceremoniously listed House Speaker Paul Ryan for sale on the auction site eBay.

The Kochs, who reportedly had purchased Ryan for a sum estimated in the tens of millions, now seem likely to lose their entire investment.

According to Ryan’s listing on the auction site, the Kochs set a five-hundred-dollar asking price for the used congressman, a figure that, in light of the tepid bidding for him, seems optimistic.

“Granted, owning Paul Ryan doesn’t have the benefits that it’s had for David and Charles for all of these years, but the status of owning a former Speaker of the House has to be worth something,” one Koch associate said. “Certainly more than the current high bid of seventeen dollars.”

The eBay listing suggested several possible uses for the former House Speaker, including as a Halloween ornament or garden gnome.

More: https://www.newyorker.com/humor/borowitz-report/furious-koch-brothers-sell-paul-ryan-on-ebay

"This comes as the President's new national advisor - OMG there he is!"

Chris Matthews just now said that with the phrase after the hyphen in total horror. I missed anything else Chris said since I was laughing too hard.

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