(Yes my last name is spelt differently in this picture, long story.. I’ll correct it sometime soon….I got problems over here! meh)
Now after reading that long winded crap above, wouldn’t you want to know more about me?……..WELL Why the hell NOT? …oh come on.. come and follow me, I think I will grow on ya, like my husband who grew on me.. meh! DID HE! my whole life is OVER! that sob, ruined me.. I don’t want to talk about it..
Just come to my blog and follow “The Life of Schemear” and perhaps I’ll give ya something to laugh about.. whatever is bothering ya in you life will be washed away, after reading my tales of torture, or make ya jump out a window… oh please don’t do that, I got enough problems (as ya can SEE).
I hope to see each and everyone of ya there…. hmmm wait a second? Do i even have anyone following me on here either? oh my GAWD!!!!
Pass this a long..this is like a message in a bottle!!
Kisses to all lifeforms out there!
and re-blog this message.
WHAT DO YA MEAN I’M PUSHY!! the nerve!!
Happy New Year!
Joan Crawford Christmas….
Huston’s Thanksgiving Parade 1931
A short film entitled "A Day of Thanksgiving"
Very meaningful! Meh!
The following was cut, copy and pasted this from the uploader of this fine picture:
About this day of Thanksgiving…
In 1939, President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared that Thanksgiving would be the next-to-last Thursday of November rather than the last. With the country still in the midst of The Great Depression, Roosevelt thought this would give merchants a longer period to sell goods before Christmas. Increasing profits and spending during this period, Roosevelt hoped, would aid bringing the country out of the Depression. At the time, it was considered inappropriate to advertise goods for Christmas until after Thanksgiving. However, Roosevelt’s declaration was not mandatory; twenty-three states went along with this recommendation, and 22 did not. Other states, like Texas, could not decide and took both weeks as government holidays. Roosevelt persisted in 1940 to celebrate his “Franksgiving,” as it was termed. The U.S. Congress in 1941 split the difference and established that the Thanksgiving would occur annually on the fourth Thursday of November, which was sometimes the last Thursday and sometimes the next to last. On November 26 that year President Roosevelt signed this bill into U.S. law.
Since 1947, or possibly earlier, the National Turkey Federation has presented the President of the United States with one live turkey and two dressed turkeys. The live turkey is pardoned and lives out the rest of its days on a peaceful farm. While it is commonly held that this tradition began with Harry Truman in 1947, the Truman Library has been unable to find any evidence for this. Still others claim that that the tradition dates back to Abraham Lincoln pardoning his son’s pet turkey. Both stories have been quoted in more recent presidential speeches.
In more recent years, two turkeys have been pardoned, in case the original turkey becomes unavailable for presidential pardoning. Since 2003 the public has been invited to vote for the two turkeys’ names. In 2006, they were named Flyer and Fryer. In 2005, they were named Marshmallow and Yam (who went on to live at Disneyland); 2004’s turkeys were named Biscuit and Gravy; in 2003, Stars and Stripes.
Since 1970, a group of Native Americans and others have held a controversial National Day of Mourning protest on Thanksgiving at Plymouth Rock in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Someones home movies of their Thanksgiving and Christmas in 1969. Shown with creepy music.
Have a nice Turkey Day!
"Carving Magic" staring Harvey Korman
A very useful instructional picture showing you the correct way to cut ya meat… and featuring carving a turkey. Just in time for Thanksgiving. Meh!
Julie Driscoll - Brian Auger Trinity - “Save Me” (1969)
Miss what is wonderful? I do! Stay right here..and I will try my best to deliver the past to the future!
Classic Horror… a montage of classic horror films.
Today’s posts have been pre-blogged for your enjoyment. OY! Think I had nothing better to do on Halloween night, then sit here and blog…blog…BLOG! Then again was there anyone out there noticing these posts? OY!
Happy Halloween… and good night!
The King Sisters sing theme to “Bewitched” from 1965 King Family Show.
Del Rubio Triplets - “Ding Dong the Witch is Dead”