Of course that is not saying much, the Minister of Finance of Zimbabwe says they have $217 in the country’s account.
Of course all the USA has are IOU’s. Maybe Zimbabwe is actually in better shape than the USA financially.
It is pitiful I know, but nice to know you have more money than an entire country.
(Don’t you love persistence!)
At the flea Market Don saw a sign advertising ‘SOLE-LESS SANDALS’! I am sure it is just a catchy phrase used to sell the decorative beads that hook around the toe and go to the ankle. But sole-less? I remember once seeing a clown who had sole-less shoes, and he got a lot of laughs, he could turn the shoes backwards or sideways and trim his toe nails without removing his shoes.
We have a friend who is a clown down in Okee. I do know that all clowns have their own ‘patented or ©’ make up. Every one is unique. I am not sure if Ken (http://buckoclown.blogspot.com/) entertains or not, but I know he likes clowning.
(The first clown I remember seeing on TV,Clarabel on Howdy Doody. CB only spoke once the entire time, that was at the END of Howdydoodie, he said, “BYE KIDS”)
Clowns are a unique group of people. Some are very introverted, but become extroverted once in make-up and costume. They can then ‘be themselves’. Ventriloquists are the same, they get to express themselves thru another medium.
You may have read about Jesse Don Knotts, he was an introvert, but loved ventriloquism, and used it to launch a great career. I was reminded of this by a note from Woody up in NY!
I used George for many years.
(I let George drive the car until he started drinking too much!)
All humans seek to find a way to be themselves, I used my monkey George for years, I was his dummy. He is in the basement of the motor home now, I seldom let him out anymore but he loves it when he is turned loose.
Life takes a lot of turns, sorta like this blog entry. .
Thanks for coming this way,
Everyone should find a way to be themselves, life is better that way. (I read somewhere, You had better be yourself, everyone else is taken!)
This type of business use came after WWII. When I was 6, I remember being daddy being behind a big bomber fuselage on a truck that had got wedged under an overpass.