Would have been more effective if Sir Winston had his trademark stogie and FDR a cigarette in a holder assuming they are the ones depicted.
Well if no one else will say it, I will…. the lady vet.
Mohawks always in style.
And have all your teeth and claws removed.
And William Shatner is aboard that airplane scared out of his wits.
Excellent job of combining a great song with a great movie!
With fava beans and a nice chianti?
The Humperdinks was an odd choice for the name on the gate especially considering it is misspelled. Engelbert landed nine songs in the Billboard Hot 100 in his career with ‘Release Me’ as the highest ranked at #4 in 1967. So presumably that is the one the Boychuks had in mind. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHGtM0czG9A
WW2 cost the U.S. over $4 trillion in today’s dollars which amounted to a staggering 36% of gross national product. Many people back then predicted economic collapse but instead, the country experienced the greatest boom in its history. Our current debt is far greater than that but then, so is our GNP. Inflation will always be a wolf at our front door but we have safeguards built into our financial system that are overseen by the Fed which have done a decent job of controlling inflation for a very long time now and will likely continue to do so. It isn’t perfect just as our system of government isn’t. But as Churchill so eloquently summed up democracy: “No one pretends that democracy is perfect or all-wise. Indeed it has been said that democracy is the worst form of government… except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time”
I agree. I enjoy political cartoons but seek refuge from the political arena by reading the comics…. or as we used to call them when they were in our daily newspaper…. the funnies. This strip wasn’t funny to me because I had no idea who the man in the picture was. So now that I know he is a conservative talking head, I can see where the strip would be funny to liberals but most certainly NOT to conservative news junkies. So this makes me wonder why Mr. Tatulli would choose to alienate a large group of readers.