I think there is at least one on each network. I stopped watching when “Search for Tomorrow” went off in the ’80s. I could time myself better when getting ready for work since there was no need to have a clock in sight at all times.
I think I’ll skip mentioning that it’s Parents Day. Somebody may give me something to do.
Let me take the broadside of that ax to his posterior to clarify his thinking.
I’d say the vacuum will just keep on taking it with a smile because its belief is that it can turn back History to those golden days of serfdom and slavery, plus obscene profit for them.
Our first senior class trip took us to Washington where we toured the Capitol, Arlington Cemetery, the Washington Monument and spent much time at the Smithsonian. I was shocked at how small the rooms for the House and Senate were. They looked so much bigger on television. My father was stationed at Fort Myer in the ‘20s and participated in veteran’s burials. Thanks for the url to the videos.
I don’t recall any really bad events when changing my daughter. The son, on the other hand, had a water jet that went off at bad times. You’re supposed to plan for that but sometimes the planned countermeasure got moved at a critical moment. I wonder if the new owners of that house ever got that arc off the wall?
Oops, forgot that. Thanks.
There was one of those at my last regular job, probably still there.
Not many statues for the living.
There are quite a few whose name I know. If one wanted to collect all the TV and movies that Olan Soulé was in, that would be a huge collection. I’m still astounded how often I find William Schallert on TV shows. I started noticing stuff like that when I was a kid. William Fawcett might have been the cook on “Fury” but he was in many Westerns, even “The Lone Ranger.” Alas, it doesn’t impress my grandchildren.