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#1033 – Dick Bernard: The Great Olden Days of the 1950s

A couple of days ago a friend sent me this forward. It is an intriguing piece of video, especially for someone like me who was 10 in 1950 and 20 in 1960. It only takes two minutes to view. Take a look and return. There is, of course, lots to agree with, especially if you […]

#319 – Dick Bernard: "Watching" the State of the Union

I “watched” the State of the Union address in its entirety last night. The word is in quotes, because, while I sat in front of the TV, I mostly watched with my eyes closed. In other words, I listened, like one would be forced to listen in pre-television and instant analysis days which in historical […]