Isn’t it the Pittsburgh “Steelers”? Typo? Or deliberate? (Stealers).
Funny…I noticed that right away also!
When Dr. Zhivago was first playing in the movie theaters, my mother wanted to see it and took me (no babysitter?). I was about 5 or 6…. I actually loved it. Of course, I didn’t understand much about the love story, but I loved the snow/scenery, the music and whatever I could grasp in my young mind. Still love the music….in fact, I have used it twice over the years for skating programs. (I am now a grandmother).
I wish they wouldn’t instill panic. And then everyone rushes to the supermarket and all the bread and milk are gone in a flash. Bread and milk? You would think beer and potato chips would disappear faster!
I’ll bet those blades are dull as butterknives. You wouldn’t slip with newly sharpened blades.
If I ever move back north, I am going to make myself an ice rink in my backyard. Then again, unless I move to Lapland, will it ever be cold enough to stay frozen?
HAPPY BIRTHDAY on your second birthday, Dan! LOL
Pete Seeger wrote it and also performed it, but the Trini Lopez recording is the best well-known. (And MY favorite, too).
Reminds me of a Flintstones’ episode. Yabba. Dabba. Doo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqFM9carOgo
I don’t remember ever learning this….is it made up? We barely learned our own American History….