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  1. Newenglandah commented on Ziggy 3 days ago

    “Turn On” was the shortest running program in the history of American television, lasting one half of an episode. It was so bad that they canceled the second half.

    The longest running program was and is “Meet the Press” which began in the 40s and is still going today.

  2. Newenglandah commented on Nancy 5 days ago

    I always interpreted Sluggo as a kid with a crew cut, not bald.

  3. Newenglandah commented on Tom Toles 6 days ago

    I find it interesting that every time I read an article about climate change in publications like “Scientific American” or other science oriented magazines, the article says that things are worse than previously thought. At the same time blowhards like Rush Limbaugh and the crowd at Fox News, not to mention our own Super Goof, insist that climate change is a hoax. Which one to believe…….?

  4. Newenglandah commented on Ziggy 6 days ago

    Did you exercise or just watch?

  5. Newenglandah commented on Nancy 6 days ago

    Read the ingredients on your sugary kiddie cereal. That should be enough to make anyone sick.

  6. Newenglandah commented on Gasoline Alley 6 days ago

    Reminds me of the deathless line in Woody Allen’s “Small Time Crooks”: “I’ve always wanted to know how to spell Connecticut”.

  7. Newenglandah commented on Candorville 6 days ago

    Probably PB sandwiches are healthier than most of those sugary kiddie cereals for breakfast.

  8. Newenglandah commented on The Meaning of Lila 8 days ago

    A Jacuzzi on her personal jet plane doesn’t sound a bit over the top to you?

  9. Newenglandah commented on Gasoline Alley 8 days ago

    Oh, and lest someone think I was not being inclusive, I am aware that there were some female hoboes as well.

  10. Newenglandah commented on Gasoline Alley 8 days ago

    So Joel was a hobo, as was (I suspect) my great uncle during the depression.

    Hobos, contrary to a common misunderstanding, were not bums. They were men who lost their jobs and homes in the Great Depression and traveled around by any means they could looking for work. While some areas were hostile to them, there are stories of understanding people and even police who helped them along. I recall a story of a small town police chief that would allow hobos to stay a night in a jail cell if one were available, then send them on their way the next morning (a jail cell beats sleeping out in the cold). After the depression ended, some former hoboes became quite successful, including radio and TV host Art Linkletter.

    One of my favorite songs about Hoboes: