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“Mistakes are your best assets. They hone your skills and develop your creativity. Don’t be afraid to make them, the more the merrier.” From Barry Kibrick Eric Metaxas the right-wing author and radio talk show host, once said when he was talking about one of his books and I’m paraphrasing: “We’re all a bunch a screw […]
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- Hollywood Babydoll Cleo Moore and actor Richard Crenna are Over-Exposed, from 1956. (Pun intended) I've always liked Crenna for his comedic timing and the honest characters that he plays.@DonHamlin: "JFK Liberalism Policy was pretty much Conservative, JFK was a Classical Liberal and Fiscally Conservative."Hollywood Babydoll Cleo Moore in Over-Exposed, the film. Saw this last night, thanks to TCM. She reminds me of short Jayne Mansfield with the same adorable disposition and features, but perhaps without the comedic timing.Kelly Garrett (played by Jaclyn Smith) is so adorable, even when she's under stress. She also shows how professional she is by not freaking out in a stressful situation like that.This Charlie's Angels scene is pretty corny and yet very entertaining and funny.The Los Angeles Rams would've never had to worry about filling the Los Angeles Coliseum, with the Charlie's Angels as their cheerleaders.
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Source:The New Democrat “News highlights of 1972. Presented by the Longines Symphonette Society. “The news, the events, the personalities as they happened as you lived them.” Watergate Richard Nixon John Mitchell Lawrence O’Brien Washington Post Clark MacGregor McGovern Muskie … Continue reading
Source:Amazon– from Theodore White. Source:The Daily Press “In the 1960s, writer Theodore H. White changed journalism forever by putting the campaign for the White House under a microscope. The first of his bestselling series on presidential elections, The Making of … Continue reading
Source:Democratic Media– U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy (Democrat, Massachusetts) accepting the 1960 Democratic Party nomination for President, in Los Angeles, California. Source:FRS FreeState “JFK’s choice of LBJ helps to deliver Texas and shows running mates can help win elections.” From Democratic … Continue reading