Here’s a photo that my cousin brought out of the archives on facebook: Man, talk about dressing strange! 😯 Posted at my Ham Radio Blog too.
We lost the man who made “The Frost.” It’s a sad day for classic Rock and Roll in Michigan. The Story: It was a final medical battle Dick Wagner couldn’t win. Wagner, the Michigan-bred guitarist renowned for his work with Alice Cooper, the Frost, Lou Reed and others, died this morning in Scottsdale, Ariz. He … [Read more…]
Some Music: What happened on this day, according to the Word of God: In the end of the sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week, came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the sepulchre. And, behold, there was a great earthquake: for the angel of the Lord … [Read more…]
A man by the name of Curt Brockhaus sent me an email about a book that he has written. It’s a web book and it has a good deal of video and pictures about the history of the automotive industry in it. It makes for very interesting reading, especially for history buffs like me. Please, … [Read more…]
Please note: I pulled the previous movie posting, because, quite frankly, I didn’t like it. This one is much, much better. A 1942 film directed by Edgar G. Ulmer, starring Jean Parker and Ricardo Cortez. His hobby was collecting women… and he called himself the Ghost… the guy they couldn’t kill Julie Bronson (Jean Parker), … [Read more…]
I am including this because of this historic day and anniversary. Via UpWorthy: President Kennedy was a transformational leader, and it’s hard to imagine what it felt like to hear of his assassination 50 years ago today. Kennedy was shot as the Boston Symphony Orchestra was about to begin its regular Friday afternoon concert. When … [Read more…]
It is quite hard to believe that one of the worst tragedies in the United States of America happened 50 years ago today — The Assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Much ink will be spilled this day; and I must say, much of it is well done. However, as a history buff, I believe … [Read more…]
Is this right here: There will be a lot of retrospective stuff published today, and I suspect that much of it will either omit or distort one key fact—Lee Harvey Oswald, the man who killed President Kennedy, was a leftwing nut job; he was a communist. via 22 November, 1963 | hogewash.
Very good article over at the American Conservative It does amaze me how conservatives on the right do want to claim Kennedy as their own. It is true that Kennedy was part of the old left. But, the old left is miles away from what is conservatism today.