(Television History and Trivia)




Victor Edward Swanson,


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- - - T.H.A.T., Edition No. 138 - - -

    Welcome to the October 2015 edition of Television History and Trivia, and it comes right at the time of the launch of the 2015-2016 television season.  So far, the season has been one of the hardest for me to see credits of programs on prime-time shows.  Often, small white letters end up on backgrounds of light colors, and that is especally true for ending credits.  And although I have a 55-inch-screen television handy, I still use regular television sets for getting credits (in association with a bunch of recording machines), and on the sets, the letter "i" can often seem to disappear in words, making it so that I am not sure if an "i" exists in a name or not.  That is crap!  And it is only some of the crap with television today.

    Not only is the 2015-2016 television season underway but also the 2015 professional football season is underway.  During the first weekend of the professional football season, I saw promotional announcements for new television series, and all the promos--minus the promos for The Muppets--hinted that all the shows were unlikable, being rough and hard.  There was nothing fun.  In addition, during the first weekend of the professional football season, I saw promos for The Martian, a new movie coming to move theaters featuring Matt Damon.  Matt Damon supports greatly the Democratic Party in the United States of America (which is a communistic political party at least).  During one of the promos for the movie, I saw a segment in which Matt Damon's character said something like--"In your face, Neil Armstrong!".  I do not believe Neil Armstrong was a supporter of communism, and I do believe Neil Armstrong became an image of the America way.  What was the purpose of putting in the line--"In your face, Neil Armstrong!"--in the movie?  It seems to me it was another attack on the United States of America by the communists and socialists and such in Hollywood.  I will never watch The Martian.  The movie preview hinted the movie has crap.  Skip it!  Sink it!  Kill it at the box office!  The movie actually premiered in movie theaters on Friday, October 2, 2015, which was only several days after NASA had made the big public announcement that Mars sometimes has salty flowing water (it seems).  Was NASA taking advantage of the upcoming movie or was NASA in collusion with the movie industry, helping to promote the movie, or was....?  I say--Something smells!

    On Monday, September 14, 2015, I happened upon an episode of a locally produced program called Coffee & Conversation with Collette on Channel 33 (broadcast) in the Detroit area; it was a repeat program, and the series really is offered live on Thursday mornings for one hour.  The hostess is Collette Ramsey.  I started watching the program at about 2:25 p.m., and I watched till it ended at about 3:00 p.m..  The hostess, who smiles a lot, had five or six telephone callers, and the telephone callers rambled about nothing, and the 35 minutes of the program that I saw was a collection of round-about nothing and fluff.  I saw the stuff, and I cannnot explain what the topic really was and what was discussed.  In essence, it was crap thought.  Often, in response to what someone had said on the telephone, Collette Ramsey said something like--"I get, ya.".  I did not get it.  It was all flap doodle and ignorance.  At one point, Collette Ramsey said something like--We [blacks] understand America better than others understand America.  I have no idea what that really means.  At one point, she said that the country is on the gold standard.  She is unaware that that died years ago.  She came off as an econmics idiot.  Somehow the hostess and callers were trying to integrate slavery into the whole mess that was the program.  Everyone involved with the episode lacked the ability to do critical thinking.   It was a show of ignorance!  There was no conclusion draw, or there were no conclusions, or nothing wrapped up so that it made sense.  There is an old rule in writing, which I first found in Modern American Usage, and it is that a writer should write so that what is written can be fully understood without more than one reading, and the rule can apply to television; if a reader has to read something twice to understand what was written, the writer has failed.  The television program failed that rule.

    A much bigger piece of nonsense showed up on WDIV-HD, Channel 4.1, on Friday, September 18, 2015, at 8:00 p.m., and it was a one-hour station-produced show called Pope Francis: Calling on America, which was hosted by a main news anchor for the station--Devin Scillian.  The program can be considered a followup to a program called Crossroads: The Francis Factor, which the station aired on Thursday, May 29, 2014, and some of people who had been seen in the 2014 program were seen in the 2015 program.  In the past, I have said that the country is in "The Pseudo Information Age and the Age of Ignorance," and Pope Francis: Calling on America fits well under that category, since it was filled with nonsense thought and fluff.  In addition, the program had rottenness and promoted rottenness.  I have reported and shown in other documents that are available at the website for The Hologlobe Press that Pope Francis talks like a communist and socialist and Marxis.  What he has said, such as putting down the United States of America, are things that Marxists and such say.  Communism and such are rotten political systems, in which a few have the power to tell the majority what to do, and the few often use coercion and force to get the majority to comply, which can involved killing (as has been the history of China), and I say that communism is one form of "enslavism" government, and many people in the Catholic Church--under the direction of Pope Francis and his associates--now promote enslavism forms of government (such as communism).  Some of the people shown in interview clips during the 2015 program on WDIV-TV were Cardinal Tim Dolan (the Archibishop of New York), Archibishop Allen Vigernon (who talked in a way that fit his statement of the 2014 program that was about his "...fumbling for words...." or talked mush), Dr. Carlos Alzugaray (a professor in Cuba and a Cuban diplomat), and Father Gilbert Walker (a Catholic priest who has been working in Havana, Cuba, for about 12 years), who came off as an idiot and even somewhat ill in the mind [I could see it in him through his mannerism and words used].  There was an in-studio round-table discussion, which was hosted by Devin Scillian and which featured Clark Durant (the founder of Cornerstone Schools), Nalani Miller (the Corpus Christi Conference President, who is a black woman who showed her support for the black communistic theme of "social justice"), Rakhi McCormick (a woman), and Stephen Henderson (who appears on Mi Week and American Black Journal for WTVS-HD, Channel 56.1 in Detroit and writes for the Detroit Free Press), who I have shown up in other editions of T.H.A.T. as a rotten, rotten black man who supports communism, though he calls himself a "Catholic."  [Note: I report that Catholocism is a form of "socialism."]  Through this document, I would have a hard time showing off all the idiot thought or nonsense thought presented in the program, since it is hard to explain nonsense thought.  I can and do have to show up some of the rotten things that Devin Scillian said during the program, and the things showed off the rottenness of Devin Scillian.  [Note: WDIV-HD is an affiliate of NBC-TV, a communnistic broadcast television network, the news department of which has manipulated news and lied in newcasts.]  One of the first things that Devin Scillian said that was rotten was given early in the program--"...The first visit to the United States will likely include a call to service and a plea to the world's wealthiest nation that to whom much is given much is expected....".  That is crap!  You can see Devin Scillian was hinting that the United States of America owes the remainder of the world something.  Bullshit!  Most of the other societies of the world have been around for centuries, and they have been crap and are crap because of the political systems, such as the tribal ways of countries in African, where nothing has been created, such as water-treatment systems, over the centuries because of so much tribal fighting and because the people are so busy protecting what little they have from others, such as government people (like ribal chiefs) that there isn no time to create and build things and because what gets built can get taken or torn down in wars or fights.  In addition, what has other countries given up to the United States of America?  Devin Scillian seemed to push the idea that other countries gave the United States of America stuff to make it better--at the expense of those countries.  What has been given the United States of America?  Ask that question to the Swedes and Nowegians who worked in the copper mines and iron mines in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in the 1800s, and ask that question of the Chinese who worked to make railroad-track systems in the 1800s, and ask the millions of persons who built and created things over the decades, from typewriters to cars--able to build and create things by not being hinder in such work by polilticians and political systems.  I could go on and on about the topic, but I have to stop somewhere.  Devin Scillian passed along crap!  Devin Scillian pushed the idea that the U.S. embargo on Cuba kept Cuba in the past and down.  For instance, Devin Scillian said--"...And years of an American embargo mean that a visit to Cuba is like stepping into a time machine....".  I report that, it was, in essence, Fidel Castro, the leader of Cuba for roughly the last half of the 1900s, who has kept Cuba in the past.  Fidel Castro's stole from the people--Fidel Castro, like leaders of all countries based on enslavism forms of government, lives well with riches and nice homes.  People cannot do better in Cuba because the government blocks it, and one reason for that is so that the leaders can be seen as higher in stature than others.  Since the 1960s, Fidel Castro could have let his "people" do things and try things and improve their lives, but Fidel Castro did not.  Hey, Devin Scillian, do not give me that crap that Cuba is a good country!  Also in the program, Devin Scillian showed off poor areas of Havana, Cuba, and Devin Scillian talked about how the people get all the health care that they need [which is not true in truth] and have little violent crime (since, for one, there are no guns), and Devin Scillian pushed out the rotten idea that asked the viewer to determine for the self which poor--the poor of the United States of America) or the poor of Cuba--are better off.  Such crap Devin Scillian pushed out with that idea.  Devin Scillian also pushed out the idea that Pope Francis was instrumental in bringing the U.S. government (Barack Obama) and Cuba together, which has led to things, such as so-called interaction between the two countries.  Of course, during the entire program, Devin Scillian did not note that Cuba is a communnistic society (a rotten society), that Barack Obama supports communism and Sharia (or Islamic law) and is a rotten man, and that Pope Francis is a communist.  Really, the coming together of the U.S. and Cuba was to be expected when all involved were communists and rotten people.  The program ulitmately was used to promote as good Pope Francis, Cuba, and communism.  Pope Francis: Calling on America opened up with some people making some statements, as had Crossroads: The Francis Factor, and one of the persons was a fomer news reporter for WDIV-TV and current employee of NBC-TV News--Anne Thompson.  [Remember--NBC-TV is a communistic entity, especially the news section of the company.]  The opening statement made by Anne Thompson for Crossroads: The Francis Factor was--"...He hasn't changed the lyrics; he's changed the music.".  The opening statement made by Anne Thomson for Pope Francis: Calling on America was--"...But there is a warmth about him, Devin, that isi so undenyable.  You're just drawn to him....".  Anne Thompson worked to sell fluff and rottenness, and, in essence, Devin Scillian used Anne Thomson to help sell crap.  I report that Pope Francis: Calling on America was a rotten television program, which was produced by rotten people.  Oh, I have to say--"Who am I to judge!  I am Victor Swanson.  I judge and show up crap."  [Note: On September 23, 2015, at about 9:15 a.m. (Detroit time), I saw a report by Ann Thompson on NBC-TV, and she pushed the nonsense that Pope Francis is working from a spiritual viewpoint and not a political viewpoint, which is a lie, since I knew he regularly pushes rottten politics.]

    Devin Scillian supports people who push a rotten way of life for people, and those people that he supports are "Democrats" (really, in this day and age, communists and socialists (the latter of whom are nothing more than temporarily restrained communists)), and Debbie Stabenow is a "Democrat" and a U.S. Senator tied to Michigan.  Look at a letter that Debbie Stabenow set out recently.  Oh, the "name" of the person to whom the letter was sent has been changed to protect the innocent:

September 1, 2015

address and street
city, michigan

Dear XXXX,

Thank you for contacting me about the Affordable Care Act and its ongoing implementation.

Millions of Americans, inicluding several hundred thousand people in Michigan, have been able to buy high-quality private health insurance plans through the Affiordable Care Act.  The law also holds insurance companies accountable, is helping to rein in soaring health care costs, and is reducing prescription drug costs for seniors.

While I understand your concerns, we cannot afford to go back to the old broken system and put insurance companies back in charge.  No law is perfect - and I am committed to working with my colleauges on both sides of the aisle to fix the parts of the law that need to be fixed and to strengthen the parts that need to be strengthened.  I will keep your concerns about the health care law in mind as Congress condinues working to address these issues.

Thank you again for contacing me.  Please continue to keep me informed about issues of concedrn to you and youir family.


Debbie Stabenow
United States Senator

    Devin Scillian supports liars, which Debbie Stabenow showed herself to be in the letter.  For instance, "several hundred thousand people in Michigan" have not gotten "high-quality private health insurance plans", given the federal government has lowered the standards of health-care plans and has imposed penalities (taxes) on high-quality plans.  It is a fact that health-care costs have gone up since the law was passed, and deductibles and copayments have gone up.  It is a fact the insurance companies had not been in charge before the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 was made law, since there had been countless state laws and federal laws that insurance companies had been tied to.  Debbie Stabenow passed along a "form letter" with lies to "XXXX".  Devin Scillian supports shit, and that means Devin Scillian is shit.

    In case, you do not understand, I add--Devin Scillian was trying to convince you through the Pope special that the United States of America owes a debt and money (probably billions more than the billions already flowing out in aid and such) to the remainder of the world, since the people of the United States of America have so much, which has been earned on the backs of others.

  Announcement for the novice again (reworked in August 2015): To get useful television-delivered news or Internet-delivered news, go to Fox News Channel (which has to be treated as wishy-washy and suspect, showing signs of mostly supporting the Republician Party establishment, which is rotten), WorldNetDaily.com, "The Drudge Report," and CNS News (which is on the Internet and which was launched on June 16, 1998), since the entities do not blindly support Barack Obama, as do CNN, MSNBC, NBC-TV, CBS-TV, and ABC-TV (Note: To learn about bad journalism, you might tune in to CNN, MSNBC, NBC-TV, CBS-TV, and ABC-TV from time to time to see how they differ from the better places mentioned with it in presenting political stories and events, and you should discover CNN, MSNBC, NBC-TV, CBS-TV, and ABC-TV avoid covering things that make Barack Obama look bad or show his true nature, which could harm you).  If you are unclear of my intentions, I say in different words that you should boycott CNN, MSNBC, NBC-TV, CBS-TV, and ABC-TV and hope they lose more ratings and advertising revenues, since they are expendable, and it is time for you to find the guts to be mean and heartless and cancel them--since they are hurting you.  [Note: The Republican Party establishment has shown itself to be socialistic and communistic within the last few years, and only a few of the rotten people are U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell, U.S. Senator John McCain, U.S. Representative John Boehner, Jeb Bush, and Chris Christie.]

    "Syndication"--In the television-station business, this is the process of getting television product to television stations without using a television network like ABC-TV, CBS-TV, NBC-TV, Fox TV, The CW, et cetera, and over the history of television, the syndicating process has involved moving product (such as reels of film or reels of tape) by such things trucks and cars and airplanes, has involved moving product over telephone lines, and has involved moving product by satellite-systems.  By the way, in the 1940s, before a particular station of a traditional television broadcast network, such as CBS-TV, was hooked up by telephone lines with the network feed source, networks program, such as films or kinescopes (special types of film), were moved by vehicles and such, and, by the way, moving material in vehicles was informing known as "bicycling" product around.  Between 1949 and about 1970, viewers had what I call the best years for syndication (phase one).  To keep this segment simple, I will say that it was around 1950 that television stations really began to take up using entertainment-based fiction syndicated material, and the material could be made-for-syndication series, such as The Cisco Kid and The Lone Ranger (both was which are yet being aired in the United States of America today, such as on subchannel broadcast networks), or already-used-on-a-broadcast-network programs.  In the 1950s, the syndicated entertainment shows, usually half-hour weekly programs, were produced in the United States of America or in the United Kingdom, and the shows usually were produced to supply 39 new episodes in a season (a year), and only one episode ran in a week if the program was a new program (show or series), and, by the way, series that had already been run on networks and were popular could be syndicated (sometimes with different titles, as in the case of Gunsmoke, which was syndicated as Marshal Dillon while Gunsmoke was being run yet on network television with new episodes) and seen more than one day a week.  Generally speaking, it was in the 1960s that syndicated talk shows, which ran one hour a day on the weekdays, showed up, and they would become a staple of television over the decades to come.  Between the 1940s and the 1970s, stations made a lot of local shows, such as puppet shows for children and movie shows (in which a local person introduced and hosted the showing of movies offered to stations in syndication packages).  The syndication industry was instrumental in killing the production of local entertainment shows--it was, for one, easier and less expensive for a television station to buy syndicated programs than produce local entertainment shows.  Between the 1970s and the 1990s (the phase-two years of syndication), all types of syndicated shows showed up for or were available to television stations to license--there were a lot of off-network series (those that had become popular with viewers on prime-time schedules and would get run once every day), and there were many new shows made for syndicated shows, such as Small Wonder, Still the Beaver, and Star Trek: The Next Generation, and there were new made-for-syndication television movies (new made-for-television movies), and there were big-event special live events from time to time.  In the 1970s, the modern-day cable television industry really evolved, and one reason for that is satellite-delivery of television programs from hubs (headquarter centers) to cable companies all over the country became viable (in addition, the satellite-delivered television right to the consumer directly was about to become viable); by the way, the country already had had a cable industry for about twenty years, and one example of this cable industry system was when an entity (such as in a communty that was surrounded by hills and that could not receive broadcast television signals) picked up broadcast signals through antenna systems (far from customers) and transported the signals on telephone cables to the headquarters of the entity and then sent the signals out to customers's homes (viewers' homes).  I could say that a lot was going on with syndication and cable between the 1970s and the 1990s.  I will say that, generally speaking, since the late 1990s, the number of new syndicated programs and even off-network television programs used by stations has continually gone down each year, and some reasons are television stations have adopted using a lot of one-hour talk shows (sometimes airing a particular episode twice a day) and using off-network series in many time slots a week, such as airing two or more episodes of an off-network series on a particular day, doing that five days at week at least.  In the last five years at least, the number of subchannel networks that air old television series and old movies has increased and helped to reduce the number of programs that are available for the local main channels proper, though the managers of a station group may have the attitude that they would not be caught dead airing old television series and old movies on their main channel.  In essence, the syndication industry of today looks much like it did in the 1940s--not much going on or not much going on new.

    Since I published the previous edition of T.H.A.T., I tuned in to see some of the new syndicated programs being shown in the Detroit area for television viewers, and here I will talk about FABLife and Crazy TalkCrazy Talk is a half-hour weekday program (informally called a "stripped" program) that is being shown at 10:00 p.m. on WADL-HD, Channel 38.1.  The hosts are Tanisha Thomas (a black gal who talks like a gutter woman) and Ben Aaron (a white guy who comes off as a jerk).  The program airs clips from other television shows, such as talk shows and cable shows, and the goal is to present funny stuff and make funny comments about the stuff shown.  On the day that I reviewed the seris, it cae off an idiot half hour.  By the way, the station actually airs two episodes each weekday night, airing one starting at 10:00 p.m. and another one starting at 10:30 p.m.  It is throwaway television.  Elsewhere on the dial, WWJ-TV is carrying the new talk show called FABLife, which is running in the 3:00 p.m. hour on weekdays.  The main host is Tyra Banks, and the other hosts are Joe Zee (an Asian gay guy), Lauren Makk, Chrissy Teiger, and Leah Ashley.  The program runs every weekday for one hour.  It is a childish show, offering emotions and crying and fluff topics and idiot commentary on things, such as fashion!

    Hey, W33BY (or Channel 33 or WHPR-TV), Detroit, aired a good program on Monday, September 14, 2015, at 8:00 p.m. under the umbrella title "Live in Concert", and the program was called An Evening with Nat King Cole, which had been made by BBC-TV (England) in 1963.  I watched it.  While I watch it, I wondered if WHPR-TV stole it.  Did the station pay a license fee for it?  The station probably did not and probably violated copyright law.  The program was good (though a one point, I saw a microphone shadow on the forehead of Nat King Cole), and WHPR-TV probably did a screw-up action by not paying a license fee to air the program.  However, maybe, the station got permission from BBC-TV or the license-holding entity to air the program.

    I opened this edition of T.H.A.T. by noting that the 2015-2016 television season is now underway.  So far, the broadcast prime-time schedule has a lot of dark shows, dark in relation to lighting and storylines.  Life in Pieces--a sitcom--is a new program on CBS-TV, and the program looks like that which a person can expect to be on NBC-TV, the communistic television network.  The biggest crap so far has some in the form of Empire (Fox TV) and blackish (of ABC-TV), both of which in the premiere episodes touched on the word "nigger"; in fact, Empire hinted at the word, and blackish made the word the theme of a whole half hour.  There have been some gay characters introduced this sesaon, but "gay" and "lesbian" have not been pushed as much has they had been at the start of the previous television season.  In a way, it is another boring season with respect to faces--most of the guys all seem to look the same (like magazine modes) and most of the gals all seem to look the same (like magazine articles), unlike in the 1950s, for example, when most characters (actors) seemed to look like most people that you could see walking down the street (non-Hollywood models).  By the way, it looks as if the producers of How to Get Away with Murder have purposely worked to make the lead actress on the series--Viola Davis--look more Hollywood.  To you, how many of the celebrities on Dancing with the Stars this season do not seem to be stars?  The big disappointment of the season is The Muppets., despite it having Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy (the star of Up Late with Miss Piggy), Scooter, Fozzie, Pepe the King Frawn, The Great Gonzo, The Swedish Chef, Rizzo Rat, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, et cetera; the first program came off as flat and stilted and even unfunny, and the program seem to be hoping to prop up the weak show by having big-name guest stars (real people) taking part (not that the Muppet franchise has not used big-name guest stars in the past).  The second episode of The Muppets. was as flat as the first had been, and both episodes hinted of crassness (adult stuff that had not appeared in The Muppets series of several decades previous)  And I had a hard time reading the ending credits of the two episodes of The Muppets. that I caught.  One problem that I have with watching credits is I end up being forced--in a way--to see shows that I normally would not watch, knowing alredy the shows are crappy, having been on for at least one season already, and a good example is Madam Secretary, which is a show that looks like it is made up of "liberal" (communistic and socialistic) actor and actresses who get to pretend they are actually socialists and communists in government, and, by the way, the first episode of the series for this season had Morgan Freeman--the black who supports of Barack Obama and communism and such--as the director.  And t was not till 26 minutes of the first episode of Madam Secretary had passed before the "director" credit appeared on the screen, so I was forced to watch nearly half of the program (and then I had to catch the ending credits not long thereafter).

    On Thursday, October 8, 2015, the Detroit Free Press, which I know to be a commuistic-type newspaper, ran a story entitled "Troy company buys TV Guide Magazine" ("Witsil, Frank.  "Troy company buys TV Guide Magazine."  Detroit Free Press, 8 October 2015, pp. 1B and 4B.).  It can be said that NTVB Media, which is in Troy, Michigan, is now the publisher of TV Guide.  Now, that the publisher of TV Guide is only a few miles away from me, maybe I can write television reviews--a lost art because of a lack of honorable writers in the media--for TV Guide.

    Incidentally, I did not buy a stand for the 55-inch television, which I have mentioned in this edition of T.H.A.T., such as one of those oddly shaped things made of steel that you might see in the electronics areas of stores, costing several-hundred dollars or so.  Instead, I made one.  I thought about making one out of wood.  I thought about making one out of PVC pipe.  In the end, I made much of my stand, which is 33-inches tall and about 44-inches wide, out of three-quarter-inch galvanized steel water pipe.  I made a shelf out of half-inch plywood that is about 48-inches long and ten-inches deep, under which are two 47-inch-long pieces of thin-wall angle iron (for rigidity).  I can set up the stand or take it down in about one minute, and I can easily make it taller or shorter by gettng different pieces of pipe.  I can sit on it, since it is strong, if I want to.  It can be completely taken a part and stored in a small space.  It is made of 37 pieces of pipe material (some pieces of which are only caps).  I can angle the feet (think about angling your feet in or out).  The stand is quite adaptable.  And I can use it as a stand for other things.  [If you send $20.00 to The Hologlobe Press, I shall send you a photograph, and you can make on.  Maybe, I should make it $100.00.  Then again, maybe I should make it more.]

    Is it not great?  Through Dr. Ken, a new weekly sitcom, ABC-TV gets say that it has more diversity, and ABC-TV gets to put down persons with Korean ancestry and make such persons look like jerks and such.  The series, of course, has a gay guy, but he is white.  The series is crass, and Dr. Ken is unlikable, though he is supposed to be, which is not what I want to see.

    The final spot in this edition of T.H.A.T. shows up crap from the WCMU-TV group of television stations (the group is an affiliate of PBS).  The program guide published by the WCMU-TV group is The Guide, and in the edition for October 2015, I saw crap when I read the listing for a show called Natural Heroes "Grow!", which was set to air on Sunday, October 4, 2015, at 4:30 p.m.  The listing had--"Across the U.S. there is a growing movement of college educated young people who are leaving cities to take up an agrarian life.  They're discovering a strong sense of community, new ways to address a broken food system and a way to fulfill their dreams of doing something meaningful with their lives.".  The overall statement is crap!  How is the "food system" of the country "broken"?  It is not broken!  Yes, I hear all the commercials saying that one in five children in the county is battling hunger.  That is bullshit!  There is a problem of the breakdown of the family structure in the country, especially in the so-called black community, where women have become nothing more the breeder sows and men avoid taking care of the children that they father.  Really, the theme of the show seems to be a repeat of all that "hippie" commune crap of the 1960s, which is tied to socialism and communism, which is aimed at getting people to hate the industrial age and to hate collecting and acquiring assets and money.  I state that the "hippie" society ways are failures and only promote "enslavism."

    Remember: The Prisoner with Patrick McGoohan was a television show that was produced across the pond and shown on CBS-TV in the late 1960s, and I urge you to find The Prisoner on DVD, maybe from a library, and watch it, and you should show it--all the episodes--to teenagers, or buy it as a present for teenagers.

Stay well!


copyright c. 2015
Date published: October 10, 2015

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    The Reasons it is a Dead Issue, which can be
    reached at this link: Health.
For further reading, you should see the document
    entitled  A Collection of Words--Just Words--
    That Show Dangerous People, which can be
    reached through this link: Words.

Keep in mind: T.H.A.T. documents and Michigan
    Travel Tips documents published since the middle
    of 2008 contain more quotations and statements
    of Barack Obama's that you should see.  To see
    the editions of Michigan Travel Tips, you should
    go to the catalog page, which can be reached by
    hitting this link: Travel.