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Richard Nixon
(January 9, 1913 - April 22, 1994) was the 37th President of the United States, entering an office no other Dick had ever penetrated. He served from 1969 until 1974, when his time in that position came to a stunning climax. Nixon became the only president to resign the U.S. presidency.

Despite Dick Nixon's power base turning flacid over the Watergate scandal, he received a presidential pardon from his successor, Gerald Ford.

"Don't feel bad, it happens to all dicks from time to time," Ford said.

Dick Tracy
Dick Tracy is a comic strip about a hard- hitting, fast-shooting detective with a throbbing desire to take bad guys downtown. The strip, created by Chester Gould, made a lasting impression and continues to please fans.

The comic's focus was Dick's never-ending saga against crooks who always made it a point to rub Dick the wrong way.

Dick was very popular with the ladies. He had a long-term relationship with Tess Trueheart who he eventually married. Tracy also had a professional partner, the ex-steel worker Pat Patton. Joining the force, Pat had little confidence in his own skills or stamina; he even considered leaving the force and letting Dick go. However, he gradually grew into his career until he became a detective of considerable technique - enough to satisfy Dick's needs.

For decades, old Dicks have brought society both pleasure and pain, swaying the masses through politics, literature, and entertainment. Old-dicks.com intends to celebrate the climaxes of their lives, accomplishments, stories and the marks they left on society.
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Moby Dick
"Moby-Dick;" or, "That Whale is a total dick," is a novel by Herman Melville. First published in 1851, the original hardcover was renowned for its thickness. Considered to be one of the Great American Novels about Dicks, the story tells the adventures of wandering seamen led by a headstrong captain named Ahab. The captain has one purpose on this voyage: to seek revenge on Moby Dick, an intimidating white sperm whale. Moby-Dick begins with the line "Call me Ishmael, Dick." This is one of the most recognizable opening lines in Western literature.

Dick Van Dyke
Richard Wayne "Dick" Van Dyke (born December 13, 1925) is an American thespian with an impressive seven-decade long career in the business under his belt. Van Dyke starred in the several films but is best known for his boob-tube classic "The Dick Van Dyke Show." His many performances have garnered much praise through the years and Dick was even allowed to make his imprint on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Van Dyke served in the Army during World War II, where he got his start, entertaining the privates.




Dick Clark
Dick Clark (November 30, 1929 - April 18, 2012) was a radio and television personality, as well as a cultural icon who helped the careers of many famous people. If you were an aspiring musician, you wanted to stroke Dick's ego. A successful appearance on American Bandstand could help a musician's career reach a big climax. He also hosted Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve, which transmitted Times Square's New Year's Eve celebrations worldwide. Watching Dick on New Year's Eve was a tradition of many families. Everyone wanted to be near Dick as the ball dropped.

Dick Groat
Richard Morrow Groat (born November 4, 1930) is a former two-sport athlete best known as a shortstop in Major League Baseball. Playing for the Pittsburgh Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals, Groat was recognized multiple times for his ability to handle balls. At the end of his career he was among the National League career leaders in putouts. Dick's flexibility allowed him to play for a season in the NBA as well.









Dick Butkus
Richard Marvin "Dick" Butkus (born December 9, 1942) is a former football player for the Chicago Bears. He was drafted in 1965 and is also widely regarded as one of the best and most durable Bears of all time. If Dick was good at anything, it was tackling men. He was notoriously rough on the tight ends.

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