Since Nov 1, 2008
They all have man wives. That's the rule
Seattle, 1973. Charging an electric AMC Gremlin at a curbside charging station. 1hr for 25¢. Odds are high that both the owner and the Gremlin have passed on
1977, Hot Stuff. If a guy can't find a party to invite these girls to, there's something wrong with him
NY Mets 2023 starting pitching rotation
Janis Joplin, San Francisco, 1968
Midterm Elections 2022
Nov 4th 1963: The Beatles performed for Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen Mother, Princess Margaret & Lord Snowdon at the Royal Variety Performance. It was here that John Lennon said "Will the people in the cheaper seats clap your hands. All the rest of you, rattle your jewelry."
Summer, 1964. For the first time scientists connect sugar consumption to hyperactivity
They’ll find Jimmy Hoffa before they find Chuck Cunningham
In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Smoke
Max Scherzer. Future Hall of Fame pitcher and throwback of the 1st order.
Elvis Presley, second from right, made his first public appearance at a talent show in Mississippi where he won $5 for getting 2nd place, October 3, 1945
“I'll find him for three but I'll catch him, and kill him, for ten. But you've gotta make up your minds. If you want to stay alive, then ante up. Ten thousand dollars for me by myself. For that you get the head, the tail, the whole damn thing.”
“Fred Astaire represented the aristocracy, I represented the proletariat.”
Both, proud US Marines. Baseball was better then
Merrill Stubing is at the top of my favorite captains list, along with Kangaroo, Kirk, and Crunch.
Baily Brothers Building & Loan. A family owned business with integrity you can trust
Ben Hogan and Arnold Palmer, kicking ass in golf and lung darts.
Add the 1960s to zero impulse control and the result is self-immolation
1958, Yankees clubhouse. Yogi Berra enjoying a smoke and Whitey Ford having a Knickerbocker beer
Operations both knees…stitches over both eyes…at least 3 nose breaks…sprained shoulder…thigh injury…ankle...bone spur surgery…knee in cast 6 weeks - Willis Reed retires September 1974
Private James Hendrix, 101st Airborne Division, 1962
Get off my Cloud, Los Angles, 1965
"Come on down and get some of this, you rat bast*ed"
Opening day, April 9, 1962. The Washington Senators are playing the Detroit Tigers in D.C.
Additionally; Lower Right, Stewart Udall, Secretary of the Interior; JFKs left sholder; David Powers, Special Assistant and assistant Appointments Secretary to JFK; Mike Mansfield, Senate Majority Leader, behind JFK toward the right of the frame
The Senator's catcher was Bob Schmidt. He went 2 for 4 on that day in history
April 9, 1962 is likely one of the last times both the President and Vice President appeared together in public.
Jim's Barber shop, Memphis, 1956
It was the third of June, another sleepy, dusty Delta day somewhere near Choctaw Ridge
1977. Look closely, this was the last time Hollywood was great.
Alice Cooper and Edith Bunker, Studio 54, 1978
A) Joe Torre running a 104 degree fever
B) Joe Torre getting a Lewinsky
C) Joe Torre running a 104 degree fever while getting a Lewinsky
Midtown, Manhattan 1965
The score wouldn't look so bad if Mondale hadn't missed the extra point
Beatlemania, Shea stadium, NY, 1965
I see a threesome with a medley of fine fruits and cheeses
Princess Margaret, Lord Snowdon and Elton John backstage at a benefit concert in London in 1972.
Talk about an opportunity for a young lady
Lou Reed as taken by Andy Warhol, 1966
June 9, 1964
George Blanda connected on 62% of his field goals which was the exact same percentage of his friends who died at Valley Forge.
Atlantic Beach, NJ 1966
Johnny Cool, 1963
John Riggins, the only running back to gain 1000 yards while looking like he directed 1000 porn flicks
They could arrest George Carlin, but they couldn't stop him
Rocket Man, Dodger Stadium, 1975
Gina Lollobrigida, 1959
Toxic masculinity, June 1960
Heaven can Wait
Telly Savalas is the focus of every photo he’s ever been in
Prime Gordie Howe
Carpet on doors = VanSex
America was a better place when Harry Caray was behind the mic at Wrigley field
"I give 'em the hip, then I take it away"
Walt Clyde Frazier, Madison Sq Garden, 1969
"I am no more proud of my career as an athlete than I am of the fact that I am a direct descendant of that noble warrior Chief Black Hawk." ~ Jim Thorpe.
Creedence Clearwater Revival at Taco Bell in San Luis Obispo in 1969.
A proud family, as American as apple pie
Below is former ESPN sportscaster, Robert Lee. Robert Lee was canceled by ESPN because of his name, he did nothing wrong. His whereabouts is currently unknown
J6 committee, Day 17
Based on my understanding of physics, he came up short
Mel Brooks and Anne Bancroft, 1975
AN APPRECIATION OF NAOPLEON IS ONE OF THE MANY REASONS I LOVE ABBA
THE KIDS AT THE TOP WERE IMMEDIATELY ADMITTED TO RANGER SCHOOL AT THE OUTBREAK OF WW2
Introducing the "I just Killed Barbie and I'm fleeing to Mexico in a bad disguise" Ken
Learning to swim, backyard pool, 1968. Today this dad would be in jail for child abuse.
I could work for Larry Tate. Solid guy. Lots of day drinking.
Eddie Matthews - Milwaukee Braves, 1959
May 24, 1951, the Say Hey Kid is in Omaha getting a plane ticket to fly to NYC to make his MLB debut the next day. Playing for Minneapolis Millers, Mays was tearing it up hitting .477 in 35 games with 8 HRs and 30 RBIs
#7, Bronx NY, 1958
On the right a guy with 39 successful combat flight missions, to the left a guy who was a machine gunner at Omaha Beach on D-Day. Two American men and examples of the Greatest Generation.
Time has reduced these pathetic men to caricatures of themselves. On the left, a mumbling uninterested bore, and the one on the right, someone prone to yelling for no reason.