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the last kids of a president that joined the real military? Pres Teddy Roosevelt’s kids, 5 of 6 were in WW1, even his daughter.

January 12th, 2018 by admin

Bush 43 sure as hell didn’t.

Texas Air National Guard my ass

Ike’s reservist grandson married Nixon’s daughter and inspired CCR’s son about useless senator’s sons who were sheltered stateside during Vietnam

Ike’s son graduated from West Point on D-Day and served in both World War II and the Korean War. In both cases, though, the brass was so freaked out about protecting him from actual harm, you know, ’cause his dad would END them if anything happened to his son, so it’s not his fault really that he wasn’t really given a chance. Read what he has to say about it

That’s not a river, that’s the 101 freeway in Montecito. It’s flooded, and a mudlside on Topanga Canyon Boulevard, and Maricopa Highway 33

January 10th, 2018 by admin

Above, the Northbound 101 freeway in Carpenteria

Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer

December 31st, 2017 by admin

todays RESPECT is twofold: John Joyce, in his 80’s, makes a living by mowing lawns.

December 29th, 2017 by admin

When his 20 year old work truck had a transmission failure, he PUSHED the lawnmower and gas miles to get to his customers.

That, is just the beginning of a story that started 2 years ago:

Did you know that Snap On has a museum? It’s in Kenosha Wisconsin, it’s used mainly for corporate events and is not open to the general public.

December 28th, 2017 by admin

get a better look at it at

Rainer Schlegelmilch is an F1 photographer, he’s been committed to it for 55 years (thanks Steve!)

December 24th, 2017 by admin

Rainer W. Schlegelmilch probably the most famous Formula 1 photographer, beginning with his first race in 1962, shooting at Nürburgring, and his first Formula 1 race was the Grand Prix of Belgium 1962 at Spa-Francorchamps, the 1st of about 600 GP races he photograhed

Schlegelmilch’s archive of about 600,000 photos was recently bought by LAT, adding to their 15 million F1 photo archive of negatives, color slides and digital photos from 1962 to 2016.

In Monza in 2011, Bernie Ecclestone honored Schlegelmilch with a lifetime permanent photographer accreditation – the first and only one.

Here is why:

In early 1990s F-1 started to change, and that was a considerable, visible change. Federation Internationale de L’Automobile (FIA) undertook an “inventory” of all the media that wrote about racing. Grand prix events henceforth could only be photographed by journalists with a FIA accreditation, they had to be staff photographers of a limited number of newspapers and magazines with no less than 270 published stories a year. As for me, I never worked for any media: I was making books, calendars. So they kicked me out.

Bernie Ecclestone, the irreplaceable F-1 manager and FOM president, on hearing that I had lost my accreditation, offered me to become his own photographer with a permanent FOM pass. Because I was always in sight and around and was taking my work very seriously. In that status I have been shooting F-1 for over 20 years.

Portraits are an important part of F-1 photography. But pilots nowadays are too young, and very few can boast of an interesting face, of a personality. In good old days racers were aged 30 to 50, and those were characters with life experience. They were charismatic, and their faces were very expressive.

Schlegelmilch has also published more than 40 books featuring his images starting with “Grand Prix – The Fascination of Formula 1 (1969-1993)” which sold more than 130,000 copies.

https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/formula-one-epic-photos-gallery-940142/amp/
http://www.schlegelmilch.com/
https://www.autosport.com/netw/news/131170/motorsport-network-acquires-schlegelmilch-archive
https://birdinflight.com/inspiration/experience/rainer-w-schlegelmilch-generally-fond-racing-shooting-unrivalled-pleasure.html

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Rainer Schlegelmilch is an F1 photographer, he’s been committed to it for 55 years (thanks Steve!)

the only known 1927 Marmon Model L was recently discovered, and pulled out of a garage in Illinois, where it had been hibernating since the 1960s

December 23rd, 2017 by admin

About 50 years ago, Kent Cherpeske was able to acquire the two-door Marmon from John Warfield in Princeton, Al Cherpeske said. They drove Al’s 1962 Oldsmobile to the man’s house, where they helped him dig away dirt to open the barn doors and hitch the Marmon to the Oldsmobile. They towed it to the Cherpeskes’ parent’s home on Zinc Street and placed it inside a large garage

http://www.newstrib.com/free/photos-out-of-the-barn-and-into-the-light-video/article_1afed602-da90-11e7-a321-2792fb9f7c48.html
http://www.thedrive.com/news/16753/rare-last-of-its-kind-1927-marmon-automobile-rescued-from-illinois-garage-after-fifty-years
http://www.powernationtv.com/post/christmas-decorations-affecting-mpg-2018-wrangler-crane-takes-out-focus-rs-low-rider-in-the-snow-and-fast-fails

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the only known 1927 Marmon Model L was recently discovered, and pulled out of a garage in Illinois, where it had been hibernating since the 1960s

some cool cars were lost in the fires

December 18th, 2017 by admin

Shrine of the Holy Grill, an oasis of Edsels

December 15th, 2017 by admin

His first car was an Edsel, bought a month after production ceased, and the dealership wanted it gone so bad they knocked a 1/3rd off the price. It lasted 12 years and 120,000 miles, and then life got in the way until he restored it, won trophies with it, and started collecting more Edsels.

He found and purchased 1960 Edsel Serial Number One – a four-door hardtop coincidentally painted the same Sahara Beige as his first four-door sedan. A lot of the his cars are low-mileage originals, including a black ’58 Citation four-door hardtop that has clocked just 22,000 miles, and a ’59 Corsair two-door hardtop – red, with cream-yellow inserts and a white roof – showing just 16,300 miles

In 1994, Jim’s 1960 Ranger sedan – the first Edsel he ever purchased, 34 years before – earned a Grand National First Prize from the Antique Automobile Club of America. It was the first Edsel ever to be so honored.

http://performance.ford.com/enthusiasts/newsroom/2017/12/-jim-popp_s-_shrine-of-the-holy-grille.html

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Shrine of the Holy Grill, an oasis of Edsels

Coffee and donuts video of the morning, how manufacturing line workers are at the verge of getting exoskeletons to lower fatigue and increase stamina, and make work easier and less likely to cause repetitive strain injuries

December 11th, 2017 by admin

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Coffee and donuts video of the morning, how manufacturing line workers are at the verge of getting exoskeletons to lower fatigue and increase stamina, and make work easier and less likely to cause repetitive strain injuries