Things are certainly hopping around here, tonight!
Heck, inside the Illinois State House there's a plaque commemorating the great liberator that states, "ABRAHAM LINCOLN DEMOCRAT".
When I saw it at age 16, I shouted a colorful term and got told off by my teacher, who then silently agreed with me.
What a sight that would have been ... seeing the main players in the Pacific ending the war on a ship that would fire in anger all the way into the 1990's!
I told all the boys thanks!
I did so, on your behalf and everyone else here, and typically, his eyes teared up and he said, "Aw, shut up!" He's a great guy ...
Possibly, we could come up with another program. I'll leave it to the more creative types to come up with the name for it. Whenever we gun-owners are diagnosed with an incurable disease, we promise to kill at least one DEM. It would turn out to be suicide-by-cop, but let's not allow our guns to go to waste.
Go ahead and offend away. You won't offend anyone here, and I'm done with PC anyway ...
Only one language OR the other. Eventually, they would have fought each other ...
Fun stuff! Very good singers and musicians. I love flautists, by the way (literally, at one time!).
I was involved in a flash mob rendition of Hallelujah Chorus, last Easter, in one of the bigger malls in Illinois. One of the sopranos sang the first "Hallelujah!", and I joined in on the second (in the tenor part). There were 80 of us, altogether.
1732 - The original Covent Garden Theatre Royal (now the Royal Opera House) was opened.
They may call the Covent Garden "The Royal Opera House", but everyone who works there, and most of the people who attend, still call it Covent Garden.
That's what I'm likely to hear over the American Legion, today. We've got a real, live, Pearl Harbor veteran among us, and he's determined to get to the Post from the nursing home (we'll see to that). The last time I talked to him, he said, "I can't believe that our guys died for this guy" (He was pointing to Obama on FOX ...