Mashing it up with Alan Alda


Alan Alda is Irish-Italian and the son of actor Robert Alda and Josephine Browne, who was the New York state beauty-pageant winner.  He was their only child born  Alphonso Joseph D'Abruzzo on January 28, 1936 in Brooklyn.   Robert and Josephine (Joan) were married 31 December 1932 and divorced in 1948 because of her unstable … Continue reading Mashing it up with Alan Alda

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#520 Stalin Prize Winner: Rockwell Kent


Rockwell Kent was born in Tarrytown, Westchester County, New York the same year as  fellow artist, Edward Hopper.  The Tappan Zee Bridge now separates the two counties, back then it was a ferry service.  Their art, unsurprisingly, is quite similar, desolate landscapes with few people and the two took similar methods, if only by their … Continue reading #520 Stalin Prize Winner: Rockwell Kent

Comey “marries up” with Failor


The header picture is of the couple and their five children; Mrs. Comey is in the middle of the girls donning a yellow jacket.  Standing is James Comey on one side and on the other is his son, Brien Comey. We did an astrological analysis last year, when he was "axed"  by President Trump, see over … Continue reading Comey “marries up” with Failor

#399 Blue Max: Hermann W. Goering


Göring was an ace flyer in Germany's First World War.  He was fast acting,  reactive fighter pilot  (Venus and Mercury conjunct in Sagittarius - Capricorn) with good stamina and physical courage.   He was  born Hermann Wilhelm Goering on January 12, 1893 at 3:13 AM ¹ in Rosenheim, the Kingdom of Bavaria, the German Empire. … Continue reading #399 Blue Max: Hermann W. Goering

Why Labor Day?


History: Peter J. McGuire, the general secretary of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners and a cofounder of the American Federation of Labor, was the first person to suggest that special day to honor those "who from rude nature have delved and carved all the grandeur we behold, " sometime between Independence Day and Thanksgiving.  … Continue reading Why Labor Day?