Tag Archives: Thirties

Road to Perdition

When you think of Tom Hanks, I don’t think Road to Perdition readily comes to mind because he’s been so likable for several decades. Therefore him playing a regional gangster’s muscle was a stretch with audiences. I really wanted to see … Continue reading

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The Bride!

There’s an old grade-school joke regarding the Bride of Frankenstein (which I guess was supposed to be the monster’s bride). Ready? Why did the Bride freak out when she saw the monster for the first time? Because his nuts were … Continue reading

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1939: American Nazis rally at MSG

This shameful incident in American History came to light for me via  On the Media and The Guardian, the latter was namely how Faux News refused to air a commercial for a documentary about this rally. I know why Murdoch’s Right-Wing Noise … Continue reading

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Happy 100th birthday to Bob Kane

Bob is most famous for being the primary creator of Batman. Since he’s dead and many other claims have come to light involving Bill Finger and Jerry Robinson, I think there’s an asterisk by Bob’s name. I don’t particularly care. … Continue reading

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Happy belated 133rd birthday to FDR

True individual freedom cannot exist without economic security and independence. People who are hungry and out of a job are the stuff of which dictatorships are made. Let us never forget that government is ourselves and not an alien power … Continue reading

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