THE SPHINX—-DANCING, NAMES, & BIRDS

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https://www.coasttocoastam.com/article/prime-d-b-cooper-suspect-dies

https://apnews.com/b7f9cef9bbde46dd89dc9854b39ba35c

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The Editor:  Can you do all of those items in one article, LL ?

Try, Try,  Again Cat:  I am going to try.  The news media are trying to dance around Ole Bill  almost living on Jeff Epstein’s airplane.   They have more moves than Snowball the Cockatoo.

Bill we don’t care, anymore, about your lies or Disco.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/flight-logs-show-bill-clinton-flew-on-sex-offenders-jet-much-more-than-previously-known

PETA has their feathers ruffled.

https://hotair.com/archives/karen-townsend/2019/07/07/petas-feathers-ruffled-clucks-street-name-idaho/

Here are some miscellaneous links.

https://townhall.com/tipsheet/bethbaumann/2019/07/09/mike-rowe-chimes-in-on-nikes-betsy-ross-play-his-take-is-spot-on-n2549820

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/07/09/exclusive-mike-cernovich-media-only-covers-epstein-case-to-attack-trump/

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/07/09/poll-5-in-9-hispanics-6-in-10-black-americans-support-citizenship-question-on-census/

Oh, I almost forgot.

2 thoughts on “THE SPHINX—-DANCING, NAMES, & BIRDS

  1. Saturday Night Fever…Great movie…. Travolta assumed Tony’s disco outfit would be black, as men’s suits tended to be at the time. Costume designer Patrizia Von Brandenstein convinced them it should be white, a dark suit doesn’t photograph very well in a dark discotheque.
    TONY’S SUIT WAS LATER SOLD FOR $2000—THEN FOR $145,500.
    Von Brandenstein took Travolta to a cheap men’s clothing store in Brooklyn (swamped by teenage fans, of course) and bought the suit off the rack—three identical suits, actually, so they wouldn’t have to stop filming when one became soaked with Travolta’s sweat. Two of the suits disappeared after the movie was finished; the remaining one, inscribed by Travolta, was bought at a charity auction in 1979 by film critic Gene Siskel, who cited Saturday Night Fever as one of his favorite movies. He paid about $2000 for it. In 1995, he sold it for $145,500 to an anonymous bidder through Christie’s auction house.

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