Fred laments the Leave it to Beaver Days
I lived, 1951 to 1956, aged six to eleven, in the Arlington suburbs of Washington and, ´56 to´57, in smalltown Athens, Alabama, and eighth grade through high school in rural King George County, Virginia, graduating in 1964. Another country. Another world. What happened?
via Fred On Everything.
Unless they give me the service for free come Oct. 1, I’ll be letting my Sirius sub lapse.
I’ve listened to Howard Stern since he came to Toronto. Ever since Artie Lange left, the fun and frivolity has left. After he went to America’s (Doesn’t) Got Talent, he hardly shows up at all!
So to pay anything for a few hours a month just isn’t worth it for me. Add to that my realization that he’s promoting false news on a false platform, I’ve decided enough’s enough!
I’ll use the newly freed mount for a new dash cam. Apparently this one RuiLinXin DVR207 HD720P IR Car Vehicle Dash Camera DVR Rotable 270 DegreeMonitor is the one to get.
Cheap way to stay healthy I’d say.
Apple Cider Vinegar is one of the oldest, most powerful, healing home remedies imaginable. Just read our extensive Reader Feedback section further down on this page and you will see why!
A new reason to start juicing and surviving the toxins that bombard you – a beautiful woman! I could watch this fireball all day.
Her message is as beautiful as she is. Juicing could rid the Western world of half the medical/pharma industry.
These haunting photographs capture decaying elements of American society by documenting the factories, schools and churches abandoned over time. Taken by Matthew Christopher, who lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the collection of pictures show a variety of empty buildings in various states of disrepair.
Forget illegal drugs. It’s pretty obvious that legal drugs are the real problem.
Researchers find that nearly 70 percent of Americans are on at least one prescription drug, and more than half receive at least two prescriptions.
Are the sheep of this province so dense or disillusioned that they can’t see how they’ve been robbed? This isn’t political bungling – this is organized theft.
If you believe that there is a chance that this isn’t organized on a higher level than our elected puppets – then the politicians that authorized this should be arrested for racketeering and fraud (or whatever the Canadian equivalents are).
If we don’t do this, then the next group of crooks will come in and do it again. This isn’t a partisan issue. This is a criminal issue.
Where’s the outrage? This will cost each and every Ontarian and their children!
Greenfield wouldn’t let the OPA look at payroll records or at a financing contract with U.S. hedge fund EIG Management that included a penalty clause that ended up costing $90 million. The contract also included a 14 per cent interest financing cost.