I don’t really know what to say about these, but...wow. Check out the whole lot of ’em here. Seen below is my fave with Stalin and Hugh Laurie as “House.” (??) Something about the health care debate, I’m guessing.
Thanks to my buddy J.D., who posted this on FB this morning, from somewhere on his tour of the outer fringes of the art blog-o-sphere.
Thursday, July 30, 2009
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Friday, July 17, 2009
Uncle Walter Cronkite dead today at 92. I remember watching That Vietnam Show on TV as a kid, and how people respected and trusted this somber, serious man and the few like him (Edward R. Murrow comes to mind). I raise an Irish toast, “Here’s to us...who’s like us?...damn few...and they’re all dead.” R.I.P.
Odd little bit of trivia, Cronkite was once in a play with Eli Wallach and Ann Sheridan, who were his college classmates at UT Austin.
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