Wayback Machine: Warner Brothers Cartoons


If you are of a certain age, you likey know one or all of these classic cartoon characters. While most of us were introduced to these cartoons on our televisons. The majority of the cartoons, apperared in theaters as animated shorts, often shown before the feature film. The time between 1928 and 1963 was consideredContinue reading “Wayback Machine: Warner Brothers Cartoons”

A man and his money (A look Back)


Past behavior is often the best predictor of future behavior, and the same is true of success.  Donald Trump has a secret, its behind curtain number three.  The public is not invited as it reveals everything he holds so dear. A image of sucess  Donald Trump 1990: a Percursor? Donald Trump appeared with Barbara WaltersContinue reading “A man and his money (A look Back)”

And…….. “The Covid-19 goes round and round, round and round, round and round”


History has a strange way of repeating itself.  Towns, City, Counties, States, and the Federal Government rely on taxes.  All over the world, more money is going out than coming in.   The new normal in the United States is the rising new cases of the CoronaVirus increases buy the tens of thousand’s each week. Death’sContinue reading “And…….. “The Covid-19 goes round and round, round and round, round and round””

The World is closed again: History Repeats itself?


102 years ago, the last great pandemic was the Spanish Flu.   It killed a quarter of the world’s population. No one is sure where the flu was originated, most assume it was Spain.  It could have originated in China, Britain, France or the United States. The first known case was reported at Camp Funston inContinue reading “The World is closed again: History Repeats itself?”

How Humans Sank New Orleans


Engineering put the Crescent City below sea level. Now, its future is at risk. Downtown New Orleans and the Mississippi River, with the French Quarter in the foreground and the West Bank in the distance. Lorenzo Serafini Boni / Emily Jan / The Atlantic.   By: Richard Campanella/The Atlantic Below sea level. It’s a universallyContinue reading “How Humans Sank New Orleans”