Tag Archives: American Presidents

RIP Walter Mondale

I’m glad to see that most of the stories about the former veep’s passing focused on how he changed the role instead of the alleged trouncing he received from St. Reagan in 1984. This is what I hope he will also … Continue reading

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1841: President Harrison dies

William Harrison started off as the oldest person to be elected president in American history, 68 (a spring chicken compared to St. Reagan, Orange Foolius & Grampa’ Brunch) and the first Whig. Within a month, being the first to die … Continue reading

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Lincoln’s birthday is a holiday I miss

Today is a day I miss being in grade school. Sure the weather around this time in Illinois sucked because February is Winter’s last big push to be awful but there were two things to look forward to. First was … Continue reading

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John Adams: A Life by John Ferling

Before reading this biography, I was like most Americans when it came to their knowledge of John Adams: Second president. First one-termer. First vice president. Pretty short guy, even for the era. His presidency was a bit of a mess … Continue reading

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Bully! It’s Lego President Teddy Roosevelt!

Sunday was our first visit to the Lego Store in weeks; had to get the Women of NASA set! In many ways I missed going, especially when it comes their kiosk for building minifigs! I can’t remember what Somara was … Continue reading

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