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Bonanza? Yes, I remember seeing the trailers for it before it started ... er ... back around the 1960s I think. Has it started yet then? Don't say I missed it. Not much point in watching the latest episodes now then, is there?
If you're looking for "relatively" old TV shows, here is something I noticed.There's a tv channel that has reruns I believe and when I looked it up they had the old seasons on hulu.
Watched three coyotes tumbling around on a hillside. They were watching me and then went back to playing. Birds of prey were squawking; not near the coyotes, but just in general; the peacocks were still at it as I got closer back to town. They live in the houses, but right near the edge. The little pond at the top of the stagecoach trail was nearly gone. Baby toads were all over the cracked mud flats, and there were still plenty of tadpoles. I'd say they got maybe two weeks, and then the water will be all gone.
"I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got"
At the shipyard, I overheard I guy talking about purchasing a $70,000 pick-up truck.
I kinda like my 40 year old truck I spent $1700 on.
I just hope buying that trucks makes that guy happy. I really do.
Thank you, but I'm doing fine. My reference to medicine was how even those with "advanced education" reflect the disparities in our culture.Hang in there, Lee. I don't trust the medical community either, but sometimes a necessary evil - and I know a lot of people go to church to worship God but really are worshiping gold, they just won't admit it.
The wife showed me an article in the newspaper this morning about our "live free or die" state now having a school choice law. Cracks me up that people are finding ways to get their fantasies, justifications, and manipulation into the class room. If there was material profit to be made from the Earth being flat, it would be included in the curriculum.
Right wing media. I notice you didn't also note the opposing viewpoints for balance. Everybody's vying for children's minds. So far humans have managed to destroy much of habitat and biodiversity that in essence sustains us. Human intelligence, like military intelligence, is an oxymoron. Nature's way of moving on to correct an imbalance, so blame it, not me.
"It's easier to fool people than it is to convince them they have been fooled." ~ Mark Twain
“Man is the most insane species. He worships an invisible God and destroys a visible Nature, unaware that this Nature he’s destroying is this God he’s worshipping.” ~ Hubert Reeves
Read "The Sixth Extinction, An Unnatural History" by Elizabeth Kolbert, for a balanced presentation of the good and bad of humanity. A significant portion of the population wouldn't chose a school that had such as required reading. While at it, think about how big business tried to destroy Rachel Carson because of her book Silent Spring. The fact that they didn't succeed buoys my hope in the human potential manifesting in our thinking and behavior.