Every now and again I come across a video that inspires a post. This is one of those times.
Today is the anniversary of the Shuttle Challenger explosion.
It's old and torn up and somebody probably cooked fish on it but a chunk of aluminum may hold the key to where Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Electra has been all these years. It may be in 600 feet of water off the tiny island of Nikumaroro.
As we commemorate the D_Day landings of 70 years ago, I offer something for you to think about.
On 18 July 1965, for Commander Jeremiah Denton, having his A-6 Bomber shot down was just the beginning of a bad day.
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Somethings change and somethings stay the same. Here Kiddos is how we used to do it. Yeah, that was this year but I showed it to you because it's awesome. Now back to History. Innsbruck Austria, 1976. Grenoble, France, 1968
Yes Virginia, that gun you own makes a really good club without the bullets.
The Macy's "Christmas Parade" which eventually was renamed the "Thanksgiving Parade" has been held since 1924. In 1927, Tony Sarg was an illustrator who was hired by Macy's to "come up" with new ideas for the parade. Tony's idea was BALLOONS!!
November 22, 1963. I was five years old.