Saturday, November 28, 2009

Town Without Pity Final.mp4

Sunday, November 22, 2009

Kansas Carry on my Wayward son

take a break. This is best played in a 1957 Chevy convertible with the top down and cruising an open road (not an interstate).

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Here's to the Heroes: A Military Tribute

The Historical Marker Database

The Historical Marker Database
Here is a website that a lot of people involved with history will enjoy.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Abraham Lincoln Music Event

NOV 21 - 22
Here is a great show right here in Sussex County. Imagine dinner up at Sussex at maybe the Bella Vita ...
http://www.menuism.com/restaurants/bella-vita-sussex-226881
Or the Sussex Queen Diner ... Before or after the show.  See the link  below  for more information.  Cameo Productions does a superb show.
www.abrahamlincolnsloveofsong.org  for details.  Seats $20 ..
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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Sunday, November 08, 2009

2009 Edwards AFB Open House

2009 Edwards AFB Open House

TREMENDOUS airplane photos !!

Monday, November 02, 2009

The Cruise of the Great White Fleet

The Cruise of the Great White Fleet
Now, here is an interesting website!

Sparta Computer Consulting - Sparta Open Mike Night

Sparta Computer Consulting -
Sparta Open Mike Night
Videos from open mike night. Kit Sullivan is running a little tv selection.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Joe Mott 90th Birthday Greeting

The Sparta Kiwanis Club wanted to send a special greeting to Florida Migrant, Joe Mott.  This is a copy of a DVD that will be presented to him on his birthday. 

Sunday, October 04, 2009

Christopher Carbone's videos

Christopher Carbone's videos on Vimeo
C.C was a student of mine at SCCC some years back. He always turned out high quality film work. I cannot speak for his topics but the technique is always very good.

Friday, October 02, 2009

Army Was at Guadalcanal Too!

Edwin Shanahan at the Menlo Park, NJ Veteran's Home tells about the Army's 754th Tank BN at Guadalcanal which is known largely as a Navy and Marine battle with the Japanese. In his full interview - (of which parts will be posted later)- he tells us the Marines were not fully prepared with equipment such as tanks for Guadalcanal (this was very early in the war), so his Army unit - (the 754th Armored BN) shipped out with them. In battles on Gudalcanal, Edwin was present and saw the action that earned Sgt. Basilone one of his several awards for gallantry. Edwin also received a silver star for action that day. Basilone is remembered for his Medal of Honor, awarded for action at Guadalcanal. Basilone Day in Raritan, NJ commemorates his memory. He died early in the fight for Iwo Jima. In THIS clip - Mr. Shanahan relates the surprise of Adm.Halsey (or was it Nimitz?) placing a silver star on an **ARMY** soldier at Guadalcanal. Shanahan is a rare honorary member of the Marine Corps League in Raritan. This video was shot on my Panasonic Lumix still camera as a MOV file. I had already put away the big video camera for the main interview.

Friday, September 25, 2009

Doc South's Radio Show at Chatterbox


I convinced Karen to give me a little break today and we had lunch at the Chatterbox. As often as we go - several times a month - today was the first time we touched base with Doc South and his regular internet radio show. Connect with the show at Time Travel is Possible.
The ducks made a small donation to the phones for troops and the hamburgers were great - as usual.

Fred Space and Tripod Rock

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Sunday, September 20, 2009

The Jewish Service : Live from Germany

Broadcast to the world. It was a signal of religious freedom. 1944 recording: From the New York Times : On Oct. 29, 1944, at the edge of a fierce fight for control of the city of Aachen, Germany, then 22-year-old Max Fuchs broadcast a modest Sabbath service that a correspondent for NBC radio introduced... [read full story in ny times achieves)

Government 101 - The American Form of Government Explained

- The American Form of Government Explained

Saturday, September 19, 2009

AwkwardFamilyPhotos

AwkwardFamilyPhotos.com
Time to laugh at ourselves

Wednesday, September 09, 2009

Monday, September 07, 2009

Lusscroft Farm - with Glen Vetrano

From 2009-09-NJ

Vetrano is a Freeholder in Sussex County NJ. This day he was cleaning up the Lusscroft Farm for an event the next week. He tells some about the farm. There are more photos located HERE.

Saturday, September 05, 2009

Krammin (trail name) Appalachian Trail

Appalachian Trail Hiker in Sussex County NJ

Thursday, September 03, 2009

Remote controlled SR-71 Blackbird

Remote controlled SR-71 Blackbird
For those who love airplanes, here is a flying model of the SR-71. It is owned by a German who must have more than $100,000 invested in this model. It is really amazing. There seems to be no limit to what you can do if you have enough money...and he's a pretty good RC stick. If you like airplanes and model airplanes, this is quite a show.
BIG BOYS TOYS
Remote controlled SR-71 Blackbird
It was used during the cold war as an aircraft against the Russians to photo their nuclear and missile installations prior to the use of satellites. I understand that it could reach speeds faster than any missile and precluded the stealth technology. I think it could go a mach 5 or 6. db

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Sew Much Comfort -

Sew Much Comfort -
Special needs clothing for wounded troops. Special volunteers.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Brazilian ETFs: Best of the BRIC Countries -- Seeking Alpha

Brazilian ETFs: Best of the BRIC Countries -- Seeking Alpha
Investor newsletters from seeking alpha --- this particular article shows population pyramids for the BRIC countries and points out some of the value of the ETF stock mix called EWZ. The next time EWZ pulls back a fair amount - would probably be a good time to look at adding some to a portfolio. A Vanguard mutual fund that is a similar mix is VERSX.

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Glory of the Cavalry

"No He Can't" by Dr. Anne Wortham

The Plain Truth: "No He Can't" by Dr. Anne Wortham
This article was written in Nov. 2008. The author is black and a student of Ayn Rand. That is to say she is a libertarian in her political leanings. This is rare among all Americans but especially rare among black Americans. Her writing has a biting sense of truth.

Thursday, July 09, 2009

Wired Science . Video: Touchtable | PBS

Wired Science . Video: Touchtable | PBS
This is great technology and the software is an excellent tool that even adds the capability of watching the fourth dimension of "TIME".

Saturday, June 20, 2009

From Grass to Glass

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

What Do You Do With A Drunken Sailor?

Just for fun.

Saturday, June 13, 2009

The Beautiful Life of Molly Chapter 3 Outside!

A little Sussex County living.

Monday, June 08, 2009

Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Ennio Marchetto Theatre Trailer HD

Very Funny. Would like to see this live sometime.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Thursday, May 07, 2009

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

St Francis de la Sissies

Handel's Messiah - by Monks vowed to silence.

Friday, May 01, 2009

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Harboring History in Pensacola | Travel | Smithsonian Magazine

Getting more and more eager to depart HIGH tax NJ and go back to Pensacola (area) were THOUSANDS of people live like MILLIONS wish they could. Harboring History in Pensacola | Travel | Smithsonian Magazine

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Dogfights Leyte Gulf 2 of 5

This is an excellent summary from the book "the last stand of the tin can sailors" by hornfischer - who is interviewed in the film. The Battle of Leyte Gulf was one battle our local Veteran, Frank Mooney, was in. There were three parts of this battle- of which this talks mainly of the middle part. Mooney's ship, USS Lake DE-301 was up North with Halsey (I think).

Life on a Southern Farm

Life on a Southern Farm
I just thought this was a well run - well written blog.
Enjoy.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Remember the Alamo!

Monday, April 13, 2009

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Golf is Good






News Anywhere in the USA

Read a newspaper from most cities in the USA. This is a great tool! Bookmark it ~!!

Monday, March 23, 2009

Heartland By Celtic Thunder

Our friends in Sparta, Marjorie and Don saw these guys in Albany, NY last week.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Saturday, March 14, 2009

Saturday, March 07, 2009

1965 Chevrolet TV Commercial

That was then. Now is ... uh oh....!!

Thursday, March 05, 2009

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Tanker War

at that point, was puckered up ..... and I was just reading it."All Hand Brace for Impact!"
...
new suggested phraseology under direction of the new commander in chief..
"sip some wine and chill, bro".
TANKER WAR
Nice book, Dallas! I recommend it to my friends on facebook and my email list. I cheated a little- reading the part with you and USS Gary first. I like the part where you charged at flank speed toward the silkworm to put yourself between the missile and the sea bases. Trying to stealth the directing bogey helo was cool too. You should have at least gotten the Navy Award for Audacity of Hope with palm leaves!
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For my CC friends: Dallas was Comm Officer in USS Bainbridge off Haiphong when I was comm officer in USS O'Callahan at the same time as we steamed in company for a week or so for the "Christmas Bombing" of 1972 - Hanoi. Later he became C.O. of USS Gary (featured in this book - duel with a silkworm). In 1993 he was CO of USS Cowpens and having read my book with some references to the Tonkin Gulf and Vietnam - ( a copy I had left aboard during a Cattlemen's Association tour of the ship in San Diego a couple years before) he invited me to ride his cruiser back from Hawaii to San Diego. Been a friend ever since. There is also a relationship between how USS Gary and USS O'Callahan got their names ( see www.ussocallahan.org ... see USS Franklin story of "the photo" on video pages).

If you or someone you know enjoys recent Naval History - this new book - TANKER WAR - is a good choice for yourself or as a gift.

Other GREAT NAVY READS I suggest:
A Blue Sea of Blood -- (the USS Edsall - relatiing to the Asiatic Fleet and WWII)
and Six Frigates (the epic founding of the US Navy).

Monday, January 05, 2009

Maybe WE go BACK to 1950? Feel Better?


Maybe 1950's nostalgia will help soothe the pain of 2008?

Here are more OLD RARE CARS.

Thursday, January 01, 2009

The BBQ Song

Feeling homesick just now.