This is History: University of Chicago Opens, Henry Ford and the Modern Assembly Line, 1st Peanuts Comic Strip, ‘Twilight Zone’ Turns 60 with Anne Serling

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Dave Plier and Dave Schwan talk history this week as The University of Chicago opened it’s doors in 1890, Henry Ford developed the modern assembly line, the first Peanuts comic strip by Charles Schultz debuted and ‘The Twilight Zone’ turns 60 with excerpts of Dave’s exclusive interview with the daughter of creator Rod Serling, Anne Serling.

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