Skip to comments.Rush Limbaugh Show,M-F,12NOONPM-3PM,EDT,WOR AM,April 16,2018
Posted on 04/16/2018 8:19:55 AM PDT by Biggirl
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Will be interesting. Much to cover today. Love his show took me awhile to get there in the early years.
Bingo bongo boingo!
Sink your savings in a ship.
With a side of Samonella they become Eggs Benedict Arnold.
Make mine vanilla.
In with the
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Rats! Gunny died.
Hello all..How’s everything?
May Gunny Rest in Peace.
Interesting museum and cemeteries containing many who died aboard the Titanic:
Hubby and I happened to visit the The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Nova Scotia in 1998, the year after the 'Titanic' movie was released. At the Fairview Lawn Cemetery there is a grave with the headstone "Jack Dawson". He was a real person who was an employee on the Titanic... I believe he was a young man who worked down in the engine room.
James Cameron named the fictitious character played by Leo DiCaprio 'Jack Dawson'.
At the grave of Jack Dawson was a woman and her daughters and other teen-aged girls. The grave was *piled high* with bouquets of flowers, teddy bears, hearts, etc. The teen girls were loudly weeping over the grave, distraught at 'Jack Dawson's' death.
My husband and I talked to the mother, who looked pretty embarrassed at the spectacle. We said to her: "They do know that's not the same (fictitious) Jack Dawson depicted in the movie, right?" She rolled her eyes, and said something like: "Not really, they didn't understand even though I explained it to them. They begged me to come here and leave flowers and grieve Jack Dawson's (really Leo's) sad death." LOL!
And these people vote...
May all of the REAL victims of the R.M.S. Titanic sinking rest in peace.
Interesting story. Thanks for sharing.
If I remember correctly, the woman and her weeping girls were American, not Canadian. In any event: They VOTE. Yikes!
Frightening prospect. ~~~shudder~~~
Well, teenage girls are romantic. And considering the trashy culture some of them are forced to encounter, I suppose loving the characters of the movie Titanic is not the worst thing...
You do make a good point there. :-)
Sure. I’m still shaking my head over those weeping girls... ;-)
When I was a dopey kid I was in love with Zefferelli’s Romeo and Juliet. I saw it endless times. Same thing with West Side Story. Kids!
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