Nov 23, 2017

Happy Thanksgiving



 The video below from WKRP Cinncinati video on Thanksgiving.  No turkeys were harmed in this video.

WKRP "As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lf3mgmEdfwg
Nov 24, 2011 - Uploaded by Epic Houston
WKRP "As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly"Thanksgiving.

WKRP Thanksgiving Turkey Drop - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p00nBSNIPwg
Oct 13, 2014 - Uploaded by Cuchulainn's Picks
Les Nessman discovers that his station's Thanksgiving promotion just isn't going to fly. For more info ...

Watch WKRP in Cincinnati Online - Turkeys Away | Hulu

www.hulu.com/watch/322
   
Sep 20, 2007
Stream WKRP in Cincinnati season 1, episode 7 instantly. ... This one website, wetpaint, showed 12 Thanksgiving Day episodes, and the  ...

WKRP "Turkey's Away" - YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PeCGURWzjwE
Nov 24, 2011 - Uploaded by whoohaaa1000
WKRP "Turkey's Away" .... This was a great old Thanksgivingshow. .... WKRP "As God as my witness, I thought turkeys could fly" Thanksgiving  ...

WKRP in Cincinnati Full Episode (Turkeys Away) - IMDb

www.imdb.com/video/hulu/vi254935065/
   
Watch the latest WKRP in Cincinnati Full Episode (Turkeys Away) on IMDb.

Nov 19, 2017

Coming Soon


Trump Trophies

Donald Junior with his Elephant Kill

First the Federal Government decided to allow the import of elephant hunting trophies, then Trump reversed the decision. I was surprised. 


Then I received the poll results from my Conservative Republican Congressman - results below. Turns out a lot of people don't want us importing trophies of an endangered animal.







Seems to me that it is kind of fraternal genocide for the Republicans to be killing elephants. 

Wouldn't be more logical for the Trump White House to authorize trophy hunting of donkeys?










Hurricane

Almost exactly 117 years ago, a Category 4 hurricane made landfall on the barrier-island city of Galveston, Texas, with the storm surge and winds destroying at least half of the residential areas and killing at least 6,000 people. The September 8, 1900 catastrophe was one of the most destructive and costly natural disasters in American history, and even generations later it’s the watch word of sorts for what nature is capable of, and how seriously humans need to take it.

One of the reasons Galveston—which suffered damage from Hurricane Harvey in late August—is still around today is because the surviving residents rebuilt around the memory of destruction. Authorities at the federal, state, and local levels joined in building a massive 10-mile-long seawall to guard the city from the brunt of storm-driven waves. Galveston residents also changed the governing structure of the municipality in order to begin work on a most ambitious engineering effort: a project to raise the entire city above flood level, which required lifting buildings by as much as 16 feet and filling in foundations with millions of tons of sand.