Nazis used to call it “control of information.” Today, they call it “fact checking.”
Send a message to the NFL, their Owners, their Players, their Sponsors, and the TV Stations who carry the game – that you are a patriot who will not put Continue Reading →
I enlisted almost 50 years ago, after just turning 17 and getting my parents sign off on me. One of the best things I’d ever done, as I was on Continue Reading →
The Thug was pulled out and started, as Dallas will be racing it at Indy next week. The 1-year old pair of16V batteries in wagon were moved to Thug, and Continue Reading →
But there are some who are selfish enough to not care.
If you make Conservative leaning posts, the Moderators shadow you for any excuse to ban you for 30 Days. They have openly bragged of this policy to punish Conservatives.
My throw down profile was blocked by Fakebook’s Thought Police for stating (only once) that I won’t be counted as supporting the NFL with my watching the game. So is Continue Reading →
What Interest you? Is it cars, financial success, sports, Cushman Scooters, RVing, Politics, humor, religion, collectibles, Military/Veterans, guns, humor, charities? Well there’s a new board that categorizes information and discussions Continue Reading →
I bought this restored 1958 Cushman Eagle as part of a three Cushman lot. I really wanted the Series 60 step-through and the Golfster Golf Cart – but it was Continue Reading →
It would have to be like this. The topic of my age and how much longer I can ride my heavy Geezerglide has come up a couple of times lately Continue Reading →
This is a mostly complete very rare Sears Allstate Jetsweep, which essentially is a Cushman Pacemaker rebadged to be sold in Sears. Chassis and Matching engine are there, but a Continue Reading →
If you sleep/drink/party while I work
No one but a Vet can really understand this and the unspoken to non-vets lifestyle we had. To understand a Military Veteran you must know:We left home as teenagers or Continue Reading →
I grew up in Poverty with four brothers and three sisters in a 2-bedroom Dulplex. The boys slept in one room, the girls in the other and my parents on Continue Reading →
From Wikipedia: The Westcoaster Mailster was a small three-wheeled vehicle used for mail delivery by the United States Post Office Department during the 1950s and 60s. They could haul 500 pounds of mail, including Continue Reading →