Last night I was up late watching TV and at midnight came across the retelling of the O.J. Simpson trial. Basically, it was a documentary on the events in the court room from almost 20 years ago. For some reason like the nine months of real time testimony back in 1995 this one hour look back captured me in the same way.
Did you know today is 'National Rubber Duckie Day?" Well, that's my learning moment of the day today from the Moose Morning Show. It also gives me an excuse to watch this classic from 'Sesame Street...
When we grew up in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada in school we learned about the 'Halifax Explosion.' It happened on this date 97 years ago. On December 6, 1917 to make a long story short, two ships collided in Halifax Harbour.
Let me start this by saying I am OK with nuclear power for the good. It is a very efficient and if kept up to code and produced safely can be a clean energy source. That being said, there s a downside to nuclear power. Remember the Chernobyl catastrophe back in 1986?
Well, this past weekend I saw a photo at an event that celebrated the 80th anniversary of Amelia Earhart visit to Augusta. Well, I asked and got my answer from a few different sources. I know know that girl is....
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