A Third Begins Four

By | Nov 26, 2009

November 26, 2009 marks the third anniversary for 6 Things To Consider. Even if it comes from no one else I will wish myself and my readers a Happy Anniversary. With today actually being Thanksgiving, I have plenty to be thankful for. But that was yesterdays post. I am also going to take a break […]

To be Thankful

By | Nov 25, 2009

For many the Thanksgiving weekend begins. Everyone has something in their life to be able to utter the phase “Thanks”. Many of us have many. I will just simply put down my top ones. My Health This past spring I had a little scare. I had a spot of skin cancer on my back that […]

Nast and Political Cartoons

By | Nov 24, 2009

Thomas Nast was a 19th century caricaturist and editorial cartoonist. He is considered to be the father of the political cartoon. Nast was German born and came to America when he was 6. Nast drew for Harper’s Weekly from 1859 to 1886, with a break from 1861 when he worked in Italy for the The […]

Kennedy Assassination Conspiracy Theories

By | Nov 22, 2009

On November 22, 1963 President John F. Kennedy, the the thirty-fifth President of the United States was killed while riding with his wife Jacqueline and Texas Governor John Connally and his wife Nelly in a Presidential motorcade in Dallas, Texas. This there is no doubt. Although the official report shows that Lee Harvey Oswald fired […]

Top Movies 1974

By | Nov 21, 2009

1971 was my coming of age for music. I have related that tidbit of information in the past. However my Coming of Age for Movies didn’t really happen until a couple of years later near the end of 1974 and into 1975. Some of the Top Movies of 1974 I saw as first in a […]

The Final Collaboration

By | Nov 17, 2009

Prior to his collaboration with Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers worked with Lorenz Hart. Their final collaboration was the revival of their A Connecticut Yankee. The show included six new songs by the team and opened on November 17, 1943. The show ran for 135 performances closing on March 11, 1944. The show was based […]


By | Nov 16, 2009

The State of Oklahoma became the 46th State to join the United States when they were admitted to the union on November 16, 1907. The name Oklahoma comes from the Choctaw phrase okla homma, red people. The name was suggested by Choctaw Chief Allen Wright in 1866 when the area was considered part of the […]

A Third Friday the 13th

By | Nov 13, 2009

2009 is one of those rare years when there are three months that have a Friday the 13th. The first was February followed a month later in March. The third is today. Instead of repeating the Friday the 13th post from earlier in the year, just take a look at it: Friday the 13th

Happy Birthday Charlie

By | Nov 12, 2009

Charles Manson was born on November 12, 1934. His mother Kathleen Maddox was a 16-year-old unmarried mother. When he was born he was first known as ‘no name Maddox’. Then he was called Charles Miles Maddox and finally Charles Miles Manson. Kathleen Maddox was married for a time after his birth to William Manson. This […]

Happy Birthday Marines

By | Nov 10, 2009

November 10, 1775, The Second Continental Congress resolved, That two battalions of Marines be raised consisting of one Colonel, two Lieutenant-Colonels, two Majors, and other officers, as usual in other regiments; that they consist of an equal number of Privates with other battalions; that particular care be taken that no persons be appointed to offices, […]

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