Sunday, August 17, 2014

somethings are timeless

When I was 13 years old My
Mother bought a woodward
Kitchen set and later a patio set.
The Woodard Company
is still going.

This is 1970
I love it.

Woodard is still going,
their lawn furniture is at
 the White House.
It started in 1866  Michigan .

 This is just perfect for the
aft deck of a yacht.

Factory in Michigan

I had this patio table in Florida

My Mom's set
purchased in Houston Texas
at Stowers Furniture

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Monday, August 11, 2014

where are they now

Time fly's by so fast. Remember these star's?

Debra is Wonder Woman's
little sister

Debra Winger born in
Cleveland Hights
Ohio May 1955
She was nominated 3 times for awards.

Arliss Howard spouse to Debra
I think she married Tim Hutton too.

Dunaway is 72 years
 old and still goes
to parties. I would never
recognized her.
 Awards nominations
three times

America's Doris Day
I loved her. She could
really sing great.

Jessica Lange -photo 2009.       now 70 years old
 two Oscars, two Emmys, five Golden Globes
one SAG Award and three Dorian Awards, Lange
 is one of the most celebrated actresses 
of the modern era.[1]

Charlize Theron
I think is the most beautiful
woman in film.

born 7 August 1975 is a South African 
and American actress,
producer, director, and fashion model.
roles in the films The Devil's Advocate (1997)
and The Cider House Rules (1999).
 Filmed in Maine

Jodie Foster is said to have married the same
sex, that's what I saw on the internet. I told
my Daughter and she laughed and said did't you know that?
NO, don't read all those trash and gossip magazines. 

Alexandra Hendison
Jodie's Spouse?

we have lost Bacall, Williams,
 Shirley Temple and
Seymour Hoffman

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Friday, August 8, 2014

Sing, Sing-Prison

"Zing went the
 strings of my heart."

 614 men and women
including four inmates
under federal death sentences
1953, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg  
were executed in the death house
using "Old Sparky",
the electric chair at Sing Sing.

I don't think this would be on my vacation sight seeing.

Its located in Ossining, NY. People used to pronounce it 
Osingsing, NY. You also have to sing in there a lot and
I mean A LOT! Ossining's former name, "Sing Sing," 
was derived from the name of a Native American tribe,
"Sinck Sinck" from whom the land was purchased in 1685.

I don't know much about prisons,
we have one in Thomaston, Maine.
They say Bad Boys all want to come to 
that prison. They are treated better than
Senior Citizens, free health, dental, and free school. They also can sell any art work and be making money and pay no electric, or rent.
Maybe I should book a room. --Haha
Today Sing Sing houses more than 2,000 inmates,
 with about 1,000 people working there.
one hell of a swim.
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