(Television History and Trivia)
Victor Edward Swanson,
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Although the material in this document is presented for "fun,' which means, for one, it is free, it does not mean all the material is going to be "fun"--some of the material will be serious, as will be this introduction paragraph. In 1961, my mother died of European Blastomyosis, and, in essence, what happened was fungus attacked her nervous system and brain and destroyed her; she had been in the hospital for about seven months, and twice, doctors had opened up her skull to--it was hoped--relieve pressure on her brain. After she died, over much of the remainder of the 1960s, my father paid housekeepers to watch over my siblings and me during the weekdays, and the best was a woman named Mabel Cockrell (I believe I have the spelling of the last name correct), who was married to Henry Cockrell. Mabel watched over my siblings and me for about four years, and during that time, we visited their residence, which was a farm located on the south side of Sibley Road between Inkster Road and Telegraph Road in Brownstown Township (I still can see in my mind, though not really clearly, a photograph of a son, who was dressed in Army uniform, within a picture frame set on a desk or something like a desk in the liviing room). Mabel and Henry were good individuals, and I wonder what they would think of what Detroit has become. If they were still around and if they were living in Detroit, I would tell them honestly what I thought about what Detroit has become, and I would urge them to leave and find a farm where they could be happy together and have peace from the nonsense government of Detroit, which has been slowly killing Detroit and the minds of individuals in Detroit since the 1970s.
By the way, it was a few years ago that I did some research about European Blastomyosis, and I discovered it was in the early 1970s that European Blastomyosis was for the most part made no real problem anymore, and although I cannot prove it, I bet Americans working in the American medical system involved in medical research were instrumental in putting an end to European Blastomyosis. My research has convinced me that Barack Obama's wish to switch to a federal-government-run health-care system would be a bad idea, since such systems are failing in such countries as Canada and England (to see the problems with the health-care system in the U.K., you should see the many real newspaper articles and such that are available through liberty-page.com (I talked about the topic more fully in Michigan Travel Tips #60, which can be reached at this link: Travel #60)). To date, I have yet to see a good and long and detailed television program about the health-care system in the U.K. presented on MSNBC, CNN. NBC-TV, CBS-TV, or ABC-TV, which would really show how the government-run health-care system in the U.K. is falling apart and how individuals, especially the elderly, are being treated terribly.
I do not know whether you are getting informed properly by the main television media in this country so I have this paragraph for you. On April 7, 2009, the Department of Homeland Security noted that law-enforcement departments around the country should watch out for the rise of "right-wing extremist activities," and, for instance, some of the types of persons who should be watched out for are people who reject federal authority over state or local authority, who, by the way, would be people who believe in the "federalism" idea contained within TheU.S. Constitution. Since your local television station may not have been reporting stories about "tea parties," I present a note that, on Tuesday, April 14, 2009, WorldNetDaily had a list presented on 45 pages that reported on the "tea parties" that were scheduled to take place on April 15, 2009, and the "tea parties" were not only protests about high taxes and high spending being done by the federal government but also about Barack Obama's policies in general. And on April 14, Rick Perry, who was the governor of Texas, stated publicly--"..I believe the federal government has become oppressive. I believe it's become oppressive in its size, its intrusion in the lives of its citizens, and its interference with the affairs of our state. I'm here today to offer my unwavering support to millions of Texans just like yourself that are tired of Washington, D.C., trying to come down here and tell us how to run Texas...."
Announcement and commentary: On Sunday, April 12, 2009, Coleman A. Young, Jr., was doing his Young Effect television show on Channel 33, WHPR-TV, in the seven o'clock hour in the evening, and he was talking about a system to tax people related to miles driven in their vehicles (a tax related to odometer readings)--Such idiot thought he put out for Detroiters.
Let me remind you. The unemployment rate in Detroit is at about 22.2 percent. The illteracy rate for adults in Detroit is at about 47 percent. The rate of graduation for people entering the Detroit school system to making it through high school is somewhere less than 40 percent (I have come across several statistics, and there is no agreement). The City of Detroit and the Detroit school system are at least $600 million is debt, and plans are in the works to close more schools and lay off more teachers soon. There is a lot of vacant land--lots for houses or businsses--in Detroit. At least, 6,000 street lights do not work, and some traffic lights are non-functional. (I urge you to see Michigan Travel Tips #61, which can be reached through this Travel #61 link, since the document has more on this subject.)
Here is some knowledge for the novice about Detroit. The problems in Detroit started in the 1970s, during the administration of Mayor Coleman A. Young, Sr., who, for one, with people of the same beliefs began to make "whites" the big enemy, and whites started to leave the city, and even blacks who like the whites who were leaving because of rising crime and cut backs in services started to leave, and people (blacks, whites, and whatever) began to leave because they were feeling unsafe in their neighborhoods and because their children were feeling unsafe each day in their schools. As the years when on, the succeeding administrations of mayors and other leaders ("leaders" ?) basically continued the policies of Coleman A. Young, Sr., some of which were downplaying the importance of the man in the family as a husband and as a father to boys and girls, letting discipline slip, lowering educational standards, pushing the idea that a person deserved something for doing nothing or for simply being born, and not really setting good ethical standards about so much (a short while ago, recent Mayor Kilpatrick spent about three months in jail). Now, the city is basically a city run by blacks, some of whom can be described as radical blacks (some of whom show themselves as racists), and most--truly, most--of the population is black, so what there is is blacks enslaved by blacks in a dead city..
A thought that will never show up on Detroit TV newscasts: On April 15, 2009, people--Americans--in many cities around the country held "tea parties," which were designed to protest tax policies locally and nationally and the government policies of Barack Obama, and, on that date, nothing like a "tea party" happened in Detroit it seems (one was held in Lansing, Michigan, which is the capital of Michigan). As I see it, it is going to take real on-the-street protests and anger by Detroiters (individuals who are Americans) to really push for changes in Detroit, particularly changes in philosophy--Marxism, socialism, black-pride isolationism, et cetera have failed in Detroit. Only when individual men stand up as individuals--and not members of a "collective"--and only when individual women stand up as individuals--and not members of a "collective"--will Detroit even begin to get better, and I say that till individuals give up on following messiah figures and savior figures and begin to follow their own hearts and minds and strive to be able to hold their heads up in honor will Detroit begin to get better. Since many people who had initiative have left Detroit and since Barack Obama pushes for people to do less and be less, I expect Detroit to get much, much worse, while, by the way, I also expect New York City (where the state and local taxes can add up to about 21.5 percent of the income for a person who lives in the city) to head in the same direction--downward to slum status over a mass area--and Detroit has nothing worthwhile to draw creators and intitiators and entrepreneurs back to Detroit.
I say again, "So much has been lost and so many minds have been lost in Detroit." (People used to say on at least television announcements: "A mind is a terrible thing to waste." And what Detroit has gotten is wasted minds and "mass failure.")
Here are some Detroit television notes. "For the record," I report that WTVS-TV, Channel 56, Detroit, ended broadcasting an analog signal on Thursday, April 16, 2009, at noon, and now, WTVS-TV is only sending out a digital signal, which contains a main channel of programming and two subchannels of programming. On Monday, April 13, 2009, I discovered WADL-TV, Channel 38, was running the theatrical shorts of "The Three Stooges" at 4:00 p.m. on weekdays (these theatrical shorts of from roughly the 1930s to the 1950s were first put in syndication in the 1950s), and I think that is good news that the Stooges are back; WADL-TV had begun to offer a old-time-shows in a revised comedy block (a "Classic Comedy Block" mostly made up of old television shows, one of which is "I Love Lucy", a television series produced in the 1950s) a few weeks previously. On May 7, 2009, I learned WDIV-TV, Channel 4, was going to cut back on power for the analog signal on May 15, 2009, so the signal would not go out as far.
Oh, on Friday, May 1, 2009, I heard part of a Frank Beckmann (of WJR-AM) interview with Tom Lauria (of White and Case, a law firm) that noted how Barack Obama used intimidation on the management of a hedge fund involved in the Chrysler bankruptcy mess (and I offer part on the interview in my document entitled Madness in a President and Other Matters of a Defective Mind, which can be reached by using this link: Madness), and it shows what garbage Barack Obama is, and I was happy to hear a black woman on The Sean Hannity Show (a national radio program that is carried by WJR-AM) show her displeasure in Barack Obama (she said that she is a "conservative"), and I wish more women and men in Detroit were like her--willing to fight for herself as an individual and as an American.
Advertisement (a sustainer):: Mark R. Levin of The Mark Levin Show (a nationally syndicated radio show) has an important book in publication, and it is called Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto. This book talks about how the individual, such as you, is losing rights in the country because of government policies, especially those that have been pushed through by left-leaning politicians--Democrats, Marxists, and such. You should see the book, read the book fully, and tell other persons about the book.
In the 1980s, I was living in Dearborn and dating a gal who lived in Hamtramck, and both places are in Wayne County of the Detroit area, and often I used a portion I-94 in Detroit to drive between the two cities (much of the distance between the two). On many drives, especially during those taken between Hamtramck and Dearborn at 2:30 a.m., I thought about plots to stories, especially the three book-length stories about a character entitled Sheila Lake, one of which I published as the book entitled Sheila Lake and the Universal Explorers: 'The People of Glass" (published in 1992); it is a science-fiction adventure, but not like most science fiction, which is dark and angry. Since I had a radio-television background, I made one purpose of the book to be like a "bible" for a television series or made-for-TV movies (in essence, a "bible" for a fictional television series is like a guide for writers who want to write episodes, and, for example, a bible for a fictional television series would give facts about the main characters). Lately, I been thinking about themes that could show up for a made-for-TV movie, which I currently entitle The Enslaver: A Modern Day Thriller. If I were to pitch the idea of The Enslaver: A Modern Day Thriller, which is fictional and has characters that are only coincidentally reminscent of anyone real (of course), to a television-studio executive or a television-network programming executive, I would have these themes:
Basically, it is a character study of a prominent man whose mind has been altered by illegal drugs, which he yet uses on a semi-regular basis (as a recreational drug user), and the pressures put upon him since he was a boy by insane teachers and acquaintances and relatives, and he is a man who is bent on changing the world in which he lives, which he believes has caused the conflicts within him and within in mind--voices that bother him every day. By the way, he uses illegal drugs to supress those constant voices in his head--the drugs give him freedom from himself, which he is still trying to define and find. Since he is a lost soul, he has gathered around him and seeks out people who are unable to say "no" and who praise him for his preceived intelligence, and ever higher, higher praise is what he seeks each day in an attempt to be happy, though it is a false happiness, and his "high" is praise from the down-trodden who follow him along as sheep and believe he has been sent to them as their savior. Little do they know, to get what he wants, he has already betrayed them as he takes office as the president of the country and sees his opportunity to be the president of a new world order by linking his country into an alliance of common states under a new single government. First, this man who cares for no one has to crush the financial system of his country, through a succession overspending measures and through attacks on Wall Street, which drive the values of stocks and bonds down and put the country in debt to the other countires of the proposed alliance of common states, which he envisions he will head, a position taken by force if need be. Because of a recession, he is able to get the companies to take on bail-out money from the federal government, which then, keeping the recession in force through laws and spending polices, takes control of the companies through acquiring stock within the companies and positions on managing boards and such. Some of the companies that he ends up infusing with money are big print-media companies, which have been losing readership because of the rise of the Internet and the rise in the rejection by readers of the content presented, such as endless environmentally slanted stories based on false global-warming theories, and then the president has a clearly government-run press, instead of what had already been developing for at least two decades--a highly pro-government press. Incidentally, a previous president pushed for more government rules that would push lending institution into creating risky to very risky home mortgage loans so that a large housing bubble could be created, like that which had accured in Japan in the late 1980s and put Japan into a long recession. The president then aligns himself and makes friendly exchanges with former enemy leaders and well-known dictators and such, pretending that this diplomacy it done to reduce political tensions and knowing the people will become allies in his biggest betrayal of his country to come. In addition, the president starts to reduce the military force of the country and reduce the strength of the defenses of the country, mainly by cutting the military budget. In addition, the president proposes and creates a civlian military force, which is beholden to him, and the civlian military force made up of radcial groups that have been forming in the country over the last four decades, and he chooses a general who was aligned with the opposing political party to control the civilian army. Having funneled federal money to radical groups involved in voter campaigns, the president is able to start work on organizing the biggest voter-fraud scheme for the upcoming national election, which should result in his capturing wins in all the big metropolitan areas. In the end, the president knows an election for national high-level officials will take place in about two years, and his plan is to get his secret allies to help in destroying the country as it is by creating and executing a big terrorist attack on the day before the election for national high-level officials will take place so that he and the federal government aligned with him can put in place a national martial-law condition, and then the civilian force and other military officials can round up "radicals," as defined by the president--people who over the last few years or so have publicly (at least) denounced the president, such as in broadcast programs, books, and articles in newspapers and magazines. The election then is put on hold....
Announcement for the novice: To get useful news, go to Fox News Channel, 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 (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 Fox News Channel and those mentioned with it in presenting political stories and events, and you should see 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. They might as well fold or take government bail-out money and become clearly a part of govenment. (However, when the opposition party--made up of conservatives--takes over after the mass failure of the Barack Obama government, the entities should be shut down and destroyed.)
Let me return to talking about WHPR-TV, Channel 33. On Wednesday, April 15, 2009, I was watching the station in the ten o'clock hour in the morning, and The J.D. Hill Show was being shown (live), and there was a substitute host, Carl Robinson (the name may be spelled incorrectly). Carl Robinson took a telephone call from a viewer (or listener), and the viewer was worried about the great amounts of money that Barack Obama was spending since the viewer worried Barack Obama was putting great debt on people, such as the viewer's relatives of the future. Carl Robinson sort of said it was not much to worry about, since Barack Obama was creating "a new financial stream." Barack Obama is not creating "a new financial stream"--Carl Robinson is not necessarily lying, Carl Robinson is misinformed and is passing along wrong information and keeping viewers stupid. All that Barack Obama is doing is spending too much money and taxing people more! Carl Robinson is under-informed. The federal government does not create any revenue streams, because it creates nothing. For example, the black gal down the street who tries to run a dress shop or a speciality bra shop creates a revenue stream--through her efforts and her will to be a great gal and a gal that is proud of herself. Also, on Monday, April 20, 2009, J.D. Hill received a telephone call from a viewer or listener at about 11:36 a.m. during the The J.D. Hill Show on WHPR-TV, and the caller (a man) had it in his head that the "whites" were still keeping Detroiters down, and that is another example of failed thought presented to the people of Detroit.
Incidentally, Carl Robinson should read such books as Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto (by Mark R. Levin), Stupid Black Men: How to Play the Race Card--and Lose (by Larry Elder), and Supreme Court Opinions of Clarence Thomas, but these works are probably too much knowledge for him to deal with.
Did your favorite newspaper or television station report information similar with that which is contained within this paragraph and the next few? On Wednesday, April 15, 2009, Americans all over the country held "tea parties" in public; the "tea parties" were protests against federal governments policies, such as the great amounts of spending promoted by Barack Obama, and taxes and more. I note that WDIV-TV, Channel 4, in Detroit, did report on tea parties during a midday newscast, such as the event in Northville Township and the event at Lansing, and WXYZ-TV, Channel 7, in Detroit, did cover an event at Farmington Hills for a midday newscast. Some of the other events held in Michigan on this day were held in Troy, Plymouth, Royal Oak, Ann Arbor, Grosse Point Farms, and Coldwater. (By the way, Dallas (Texas), The Alamo (Texas), Atlanta (Georgia), and Dayton (Ohio) were only four of the hundreds of places where events were held around the country.)
Let me be specific about what did happen later in the day, focusing on the five o'clock news blocks for WJBK-TV (Channel 2), WDIV-TV, and WXYZ-TV. WJBK-TV opened the five o'clock block with a story about the "tea party" at Kellogg Park in Plymouth, and during the report, the reporter noted that parties were scheduled to take place later at Belleville and South Lyon, and then the station talked about, for example, a tea party that was held near the White House in Washington, D.C. WDIV-TV and WXYZ-TV opened their newscasts with a story about Chrysler Corporation, and then around 5:04 pm., WXYZ-TV did a short report about a tea party in Troy. WDIV-TV reported on a "tax protest" or "tea party" in Lansing at about 5:09 p.m., and the report for the the story noted that similar tea parties were held elsewhere in the country. (There was no report about any tea party in Detroit, which may have had a tiny one somewhere and which, I will say, is a place that is being left behind--sometimes, people who are unwilling to see the truth and fight for the cause of true freedom of the individual have to be left behind, since a person who wishes to be a slave to ignorance and others has made the choice, and that is the way of life and nature.)
What did the broadcast television networks do? The opening story for NBC-TV was about the "tea parties," and the reporter who covered the topic was Lee Cowan, who was in Los Angeles, California, and he said that there were about 700 such events scheduled around the country, which were generally thought of as "organic uprising" things, but the Barack Obama adminstration called them "anti-Obama rallies" of conservatives hoping to revive the conservative cause (the story noted that a tea bag was tossed on to the lawn of the White House). CBS-TV sort of covered the topic in the first story, which also covered information about Barack Obama's tax-system hopes for the future, and the story noted some places where events took place, such as by showing a map. ABC-TV finally looked at the topic at about seven minutes into the newscast, and the reporter was Dan Harris, and Dan Harris reported that the events were "grassroots" things (as was noted by an interviewee), and Dan Harris said that people on the "left" were saying that the events were fronting for corporate interests.
You should see that I have not analyzed any of the reports that I saw for how the stories were slanted--such as for Barack Obama and against the persons holding the tea parties.
It is time for an example, though. On Wednesday, April 15, 2009, at least 700 "tea parties" took place around the country, and a CNN reporter named Susan Roesgen was at the "tea party" at Chicago, Illinois, and she interviewed a man named Norm (who was holding a very young child).
Susan Roesgen: "Ah, let's see 'Drop the Taxes'..." (She read a few signs.) "Okay, Let's see, you're here with your two-year-old, and you're already, dad. Why are you here today, sir?"
Norm: "I hear a president say [he is referring to Barack Obama.] that he believed in what Lincoln stood for. Lincoln's primary thing was he believed that people had the right to liberty and had the right...."
Susan Roesgen: (She interrupted him.) "...Sir, what does this have to do with taxes? What does this have to do with your taxes?" (Norm was yet talking, but she was interrupting him and drowning him out.) "Do you realize that you're eligible for a four-hundred-dollar credit?..."
Norm: "...finish my point! Lincoln, Lincoln believed that people had the right to share in the fruits of thei r own labor and that government should not take it, and we have clearly gotten to that point."
Susan Roesgen: "Wait!...Wait!...Do you know that the state of Lincoln gets fifty-billion dollars out of the 'stimulus'? That's fifty-billion dollars for this state, sir!" (She had a angry tone in her voice.)
Norm: (He was trying to talk over the noise.) "Ma'am, ma'am, ma'am, ma'am, I, I, I...."
Susan Roesgen: "..We'll move on over here. I think you get the general tenor of this, ah, it's anti-government, anti-CNN...highly promoted by the right-wing conservative network, Fox. And since I can't really hear much more and I think, ah, it's not really family viewing...back to you...."
By the way, did your favorite news source note these stories to you? On Thursday, April 20, 2009, citizens held a tax protest related to property taxes at a Macomb County Board of Commissioners meeting (Macomb County, Michigan), and the protesters even had a foam pig, which was called "Mr. Pork," with them (Neavling, Steve. "Vote on tax hike draws protest." Detroit Free Press, 1 May 2009, p. 7A.). On Friday, May 1, 2009, at 6:00 p.m., people gathered at Pennsylvania Park in Traverse City, Michigan, and held another "tea party." Depite what Barack Obama thinks, the "tea parties" are not over, and the "tea parties" are not only about taxes but also--and mostly--about Barack Obama. I say, "Keep having those "tea-party" event!"
In the previous edition of T.H.A.T., I talked about The Protectors, which was and is a likeable series and which featured such performers in regular parts as Robert Vaughn (who was Harry Rule), Nyree Dawn Porter (who, at age 61, died on April 11, 2001), and Tony Anholt (who, at age 61, died on July 26, 2002). I asked a question in the previous edition of T.H.A.T., and the question was--Who played Suki? The answer is Yasuko Nagazumi, who was a semi-regular. I hope you did not think it was Helen Funai, who appeared, for example, in some television shows in the U.S., such as the episode entitled "The Lay of the Land" of It Takes a Thief (of the 1967-1968 season), which I recently saw again on the Retro Television Network. You may remember Helen Funai, a pretty gal, was also a dancer, and she appeared for a while as a regular dancer on The Dean Martin Show.
Announcement: Barack Obama is garbage, as are many of his associates, especially since they lie about how many people in the country do not have health insurance--they use the figure of 47 million. Here is another advertisement for a smart man--Mark R. Levin--and his newest book, Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto. Mark R. Levin said (such as on his radio show on April 23, 2009) that he did research through census data, and he discovered about 9.5-million illegal aliens are counted in the figure (which should not be done), and the figure of 47 million is distorted because it contains information about people who earn $50,000 a year and choose not to pay premiums for insurance, young people (who are very unlikely to get really ill) who choose not to buy coverage, and people who are out of work for only a few months and do not have insurance for a very short period of time (but receive insurance once they get new jobs).
On Monday, April 13, 2009, I tuned in to WHPR-TV, Channel 33, at about 4:40 p.m., and three persons (one of whom was a gal) were talking about "self-esteem," and I did not hear them mention that "self-esteem" comes from the self and not from what others think--self-esteem comes from an individual's taking on a job or task and doing well to complete the job or task and become better and stronger, even if along the way errors or mistakes are made that have to be corrected, and self-esteem comes to the individual from the self's starting something and completing it to the liking of the self. (By the way, the one gal who was present mentioned "A mind is a terrible thing to waste," which I presented to you earlier in this document and had put in this document two days previously to my hearing her say it (I write some things way ahead of time).)
Here is something from The Prisoner television series that children and young adults must learn, especially those in Detroit must learn. In the first episode of the series, which has the title "Arrival," the main character makes this statement--"...I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed, or numbered. My life is my own...." (Remember: I talked about The Prisoner in the previous edition of T.H.A.T..) And the main character fights against such statements as "A STILL TONGUE MAKES A HAPPY LIFE" and "QUESTIONS ARE A BURDEN TO OTHERS," which exist on signs in his new home--The Village, to where his abductors have taken him. The Prisoner was put together by ITC and Everyman Films Ltd. I urge you to buy the box set of The Prisoner television series and watch it and show it to others.
And for this edition of T.H.A.T., I am going to propose a very hard trivia question, which you should try to answer before you see the next edition of T.H.A.T.. In 1958, Danny Thomas, Raymond Bailey (playing a sponsor), and Doris Packer (playing the sponsor's wife) were some of the guest stars in a episode of The Jack Benny Program, and the plot of the program was that Jack was worried about whether or not his television series was going to get sponsored for another year, and one of the guest performers was billed as a violin player, and this violin player (played of Sam Hearn), who was like a "rube," had a gorgeous wife. The actress that played the gorgeous wife also played in a 1958 episode of Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer, a syndicated show of the late 1950s that featured Darren McGavin as Mike Hammer, in which dance hall girls (women who danced with men who had bought tickets to dance with them at a hall) were being abducted or kidnapped, and Mike Hammer was trying to find out what happened to the gals, and the actress played Jackie (a blonde). What actress--a blonde bombshell of the 1950s--appeared in both shows that I have talked about?
And what would Mabel and Henry think of Detroit?
P.S. #1: The telephone number of the U.S. Congressional Switchboard is: 1-202-224-3121. (Use it to fight against the creation of a national-health-care system, especially a system pushed through law by a defective thinker, a man who has created nothing, and a man whose history is mostly filled with tearing things down, a man who continually puts down the U.S.A.--Barack Obama.)
P.S. #2: Remember to tell your children and grandchildren that they should never pledge to be a "servant to Obama" or a servant to any president, which was a topic in T.H.A.T. #58, and remember to tell them to not blindly "believe" in leaders, and that is a lesson in this edition of T.H.A.T., as it was in the past and will be in the future.
P.S. #3: In the last several editions of Michigan Travel Tips, you will find information about "green technology," "global warming" stuff, and "climate change" stuff. To get to the catalog for all the Michigan Travel Tips publications, use this link: Travel.
P.S. #4: At the bottom of page one for Variety of April 13-19, 2009, an advertisement for Alabama Film Office's "new incentives" caught my eye, and it reminded me how I have already said that Michigan will never be a big film center--Jennifer "Blown Away" Granholm, who is the governor of Michigan, is pushing too much on a dead issue, making Michigan a big film center--since the entertainment business is finical, and there are so many other better states for making films. It is amazing how so many Michiganians think the state and they will be saved by Michigan being a big player in the film industry. Ha! Ignorance is commonplace.
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