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2019 George Takei Inducted Into WDCHOF

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George Takei, the actor, director, author and social activist best known for portraying Hikaru Sulu, the helmsman of the USS Enterprise in the Star Trek television series, will be inducted into the World Drum Corps Hall of Fame for Distinguished Professional Achievement during the annual banquet and award ceremony to be held in Williamsport, Pennsylvania […]

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They strangely omitted his appearances on The Big Bang Theory and the $20,000 Pyramid from his drum corps resume'. 

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2 hours ago, OldSnareDrummer said:

They strangely omitted his appearances on The Big Bang Theory and the $20,000 Pyramid from his drum corps resume'. 

and his years of participation on the Howard Stern show

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I enjoyed his appearances on the Stern Show immensely. At one point he was on the show for a week straight a couple of times a year.

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24 minutes ago, Teague said:

I enjoyed his appearances on the Stern Show immensely. At one point he was on the show for a week straight a couple of times a year.

yes, the "guest announcer" role. Some comedy gold.

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Has he acknowledged it on any social media?

I only have twitter and didn't see anything. 

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1 hour ago, Lance said:

Has he acknowledged it on any social media?

I only have twitter and didn't see anything. 

I wonder if he supports the activity in any way now?  I read the criteria for induction.

 

 
The Hall of Fame honors individuals who have contributed significantly over many years to the development and continuing excellence of drum and bugle corps activity. The organization also seeks to preserve the history of the drum and bugle corps movement in North America by selecting a noteworthy junior and all age (senior) corps of each decade since the 1940s.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Lance said:

Has he acknowledged it on any social media?

I only have twitter and didn't see anything. 

I shared the link to his facebook page, but didn't see it acknowledged

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On 4/30/2019 at 12:05 AM, Jeff Ream said:

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Oh my.

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