I was one of the extras in a movie called 'The Explosive Generation'    starring William Shatner. (1962)    As you pro
I was one of the extras in a movie called "The Explosive Generation" starring William Shatner. (1962) As you probably were aware parts of it were filmed at Mesa High. Maybe even you were in it too! A friend was able to find the movie on Amazon and surprised me with it this past Christmas. I really enjoyed watching it. I thought you might like to know that it exists and can be found on Amazon for anyone interested. I've attached a screen shot off of the movie screen. I'm in the black and white (lol)shirt next to the title. We were a bunch of good looking teenagers! Aloha, Fred Anderson - MHS Class of 63
May 25, 2012

DO YOU REMEMBER?

MIKE CONRAD AND TONYA COOMBS
MIKE CONRAD AND TONYA COOMBS

Royal College Of Beauty
The Marquee (“Marquee”)
Arctic Circle
Bob’s Big Boy
Downtown Mesa on Thursday Nights
JC Penney’s

Newberry's Five and Dime Store
Mollie’s
Mademoiselle

Burmilla Coon’s Bluff
Western Dances at the Mezona
Jumping Off the Bridges at Saguaro Lake
Everybody’s Drug
Mesa Drug
Thom McCann Shoes

Cheerleaders with Purple/Gold Outfits
Miss Entz Rabettes
Jack Adams Alligator Farm
Buckhorn Baths

Matta’s
Hot Pumps
Street Dances
Bell Bottoms

Low Cut Riders
Pioneer Drive-In – Back Seats!!)
3d Canal
Suds on our Heads
from the Mormon Temple Fountain
Spanish American
Tubing the Salt River

The Old El Charro
The 9 o’clock show at the Mesa Theater
Mutt Ford
Coach Khoski
Miss Mary Ann Menard
Wallace & Ladmo
Jack Ross & Aquanetta
Passey Bond

Wright’s Market
Milanos

Green Frog
Pete’s Fish & Chips

The Rice Bowl
Rodeo Cleaners

Pomeroy’s
The Frontier Shop
LeSueur's Mens Store
Tibshraeny
Anita’s
Earl's
Victors Beauty Salon (Florence)
Melchers Mortuary

Mormon Temple
Queen of Peace
Guerrero
Lindsay Sign Company
Encke’s Steak House

Old Coury Buick on Main
Brown and Hoeye 
Japanese Flower Farms
Gatso Trophies – Class of 63 won it 2 Years 

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john hill on March 20, 2013 7:05 PM
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Gourav Gourav on June 19, 2013 12:13 PM
Because death from electrocution does not colrarete to how much voltage is going through the body but rather how much current is. Because the body can handle up to 1 amp of current, he would have needed a minimum of 2.196 kiloohms of resistance going through the circuit to make the circuit not kill him, and a 2.2 kiloohm resistor is very easy to find, though to make sure that the resistor didn't fry, he would have probably wanted to use a 20 megaohms resistor if he had a 1/4 watt one, or he could have used 8,784 1/4-watt, 1/4 ohm resistors.
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