This is a brief allusion to George Armstrong Custer. I will add more information later on from my “Last Stand” study. Sitting Bull and Custer fought at the Battle of the Little BigHorn where Custer died on June 25, 1876. Custer’s Last Stand. Sitting Bull poses below with Buffalo Bill, 1885 Buffalo Bill, known for […]
Big Mama sang it before Elvis did. I am trying to remember if Elvis sang it for his first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. This hit launched Elvis onto his phenomenal career. My thoughts: “You been snoopin’ round my door. You can wag your tail, but I ain’t gon’ feed ya’ no more”! Here is […]
JESUS H. CHRIST!! Pelicans’ #ZionWilliamson is named as a starter on the #NBA All-Star team. #Hallelujah! What in the hell do you think of that? I cannot wait until the All-Star game.
Here I write about a Mardi Gras memory; a blast from the past! Firstly, a note: by Ferdie (Jan. 28, 2023) — I received some good news about my A1C and blood sugar levels on Thursday. My doctor said, “Excellent”! After that good news, this is what I said about my “staying afloat” health wise […]
In 1968, Jane Fonda portrayed Barbarella in the iconic movie. For more about Barbarella, click the picture below. Click about the below picture. https://groovyhistory.com/68-vintage-photos-so-beautiful-we-cant-look-away/6?utm_subid=10064483&utm_campaign=1320242&utm_source=twitter&utm_term=GH9&twclid=21bgknp7czk2za0q4hsg2j8oc0 In a repost from 2019: This is New Orleans SAINTS’ Demario Davis speech before the Seattle SEAHAWKS game: Listen up! It’s time to hunt. It’s time to hunt. The hunt’s got […]
Okay, the Saints are winning since I wrote this meme. I am suddenly liking on the Saints again, but we all know that they are going to lose this lead before the end of the game. #woeisme! NOTE: By the way, See below what I think about the New Orleans SAINTS’ game plan under the […]
I like old-school movies and old-school pictures. Bettie Page has to be the most prolific pinup queen ever. She has a great, unending volume of pictures. The Los Angeles Times wrote: “Page was most famous for the estimated 20,000 4-by-5-inch black-and-whoite glossy photographs taken by amateur shutterbugs from 1949 to 1957. The photos showed her […]
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