If you are over 50, there’s a chance you may remember the popular weekly TV game show called “I’ve Got A Secret.” In the show, celebrity panelists would attempt to determine a contestant’s “secret”: something that was unusual, amazing, embarrassing, or humorous about that person. The host would introduce the contestant, and then, without revealing it to the panelists, the contestant would whisper his or her secret to the host. Meanwhile, viewers were shown the secret displayed on their television screens. The panelists would then be given a clue, and the questioning would commence. Over the years, hundreds of interesting guests appeared with their “secrets” — among them Colonel Harland Sanders whose secret was, “I started my restaurant with my…
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