Friday, December 15, 2006

Bad Example, Invasion USA, -and- Thump Thump

Bad Example - company director passes out on railroad tracks
Invasion USA - border fence firm caught using illegals
Thump Thump - TV chef puts roadkill on the menu

On this day in history: December 15, 1944 - En route to Paris, "swing" big band leader Glenn Miller vanishes over the English Channel. Miller, listed as Missing In Action, was serving as a Major in the Army Air Force Band when his plane went down.

Born on this day in history: December 15, 1888 - Maxwell Anderson (1888 - 1959) dramatist. His plays include "Key Largo," 1939 and the Pulitzer-winning "Both Your House," 1933.

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It was cold last night! When I left for the office this morning, I saw this ice formation on our lawn! Click to enlarge.