Glimpses of the 1970s Now I know it’s the ’70s. An episode of Vegas, with Julie McCoy, herself—no surprise since it’s an Aaron Spelling–Doug Cramer production. There’s also Christine de Lisle in this one, and I just saw Slim Pickens and Barbara McNair. Bernie Schwartz is still in it. Lloyd Bochner guest-stars and I’m betting he’s the villain. (Has Lloyd Bochner ever played anything else?)
Covered I never saw Pat’s show but The Persuaders (Amicalement votre) remains a favourite. Kojak I watched on and off—it seemed to be better before the theme tune was changed. I saw The X Files ﬁlm on telly—I seem to remember Martin Landau was in it, but that’s about all.
Dancing Tony Bernie Schwartz is deﬁnitely high. In the third episode of Vegas.
When Robert Urich was the coolest Bernie Schwartz with Robert Urich in Vegas.
Not sure why I keep visiting this site Do people just randomly put fake things into Wikipedia? Of course when Capt Stubing was introduced, he was referred to as the new captain. Julie and Doc have the conversation pretty much right after the credits of The New Love Boat. Sadly, there’s no mention of the original cast (with Australian actor Ted Hamilton as the captain).
I was driving past a business here in the Houston Heights, when I glimpsed this painted on the side of the building. I recognized that iconic WWII poster before I realized it was not just any woman, but 14 year old Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani girl who was attacked for wanting an education. The words next to her are her quote, ( “I don’t mind if I have to sit on the floor at school.) All I want is education. And I’m afraid of no one.”
This is gorgeous.
Malala reinterpreted Beautifully done.
So, this happened during the USA vs Germany game last Thursday, and this is what I have to say…
- you have 5 dual national German-Americans on your team. Remember that when you insult half their identity.
- using the hashtag ‘#backtobackworldwarchamps’ does not make you funny. It may make you feel better, but it also makes you look incredible stupid.
- Germans are aware of their past. They are constantly battling with the actions of their ancestors. Many have little to no “Nationalstolz” (national pride) because they have seen where blind trust and loyalty can lead, and therefore may be proud of individual moments or specific things like their Fußball team, but not necessarily of “Germany” as a whole. (For a concrete example: In America, I see US flags everywhere- on front porches, in front of many business buildings, and schools, and on the lapels of politicians– it’s an everyday thing. The only German flags I would see during my day in Germany are at the Parliament building and now as a few fans stumble home after watching a Fußball game.)
- Not all Germans living during WW2 were Nazis, just like not all US citizens supported the invasion of Iraq.
- Please stop making such stupid comments. Support your team, yes, and wave your flag and go ahead and hate on the German team itself, but believe me- Germans hate on themselves enough without you making tasteless comments about their past.
Thanks. Feel free to send me an ask if you want to talk about it– whether or not you agree, I’d love to hear your thoughts.
In other words: Don’t Mention The War!
Don’t mention the war When I see “American” names like Hertz, Heinz, Studebaker, Duesenberg, Anheuser-Busch, Chrysler, Kraft, Disney, Hilton and Rockefeller, I really have to wonder. The country’s big business names, today and yesterday, seem to be very German.