From Cleveland, Ohio
As the caretaker for an old ride (pre-60s Pontiac) I was hoping that this was were this story would eventually go! Nice!
I believe the piece he composed was “Genocide in C major”
Must be a blizzard nearby, hard to see through all the snowflakes.
I’m only here to see #Cult45 leave whiny comments about being forced to read Doonesbury, as if his politics were something new (I still have my original pulps from the 70s).
On a Florida note – at one time the state’s politics were truly bi-partisan, the 60s through the early 80s saw many great things for the state. The current sickness infesting our politics is a relatively recent Right Wing invention; they’re not interested in good governing as they are in getting filthy rich off of tearing it all down. They are, bluntly… fascists.
“They did not grow to be better parents or learn anything from this.”
Indeed. Ask me how I know. And I tried.
It’s sad, but true. Now more than ever it seems.
Our old man never called, just made us wait on the front porch until we figured out on our own that he wasn’t going to show up.
Yeah, that hurts a kid. My old man played us that way too after he took off, promising to do sh!t with us then never showing up. Never really got over how much that burned.
I’m still trying to figure out what “picnic school” was all about.
Imagine. A nation held hostage by a rampaging toddler.
Oh wait, that was the The Former Guy. ;-)
Same here. We arrived about 110 years ago.